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Mongolian Star Myths Research

Author LiHua
Tutor HuRiLeSha
School Inner Mongolia University
Course Chinese Ethnic Language and Literature
Keywords Mongolian Star myths Myths of the sun and the moon Stars sacrifice
CLC I207.9
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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In this paper for the study of Mongolian Star Myths, by Star Myths text analysis, research the Star Myths of the Sun and the Moon evolved from myth, the myth of the inner link the Father, in-depth study of the stars myth and ritual of the internal relations stars. Introduction section explains the causes and significance of topics, and describes the situation of previous studies and this study aims and methods.The first chapter discusses the Mongolian text of myth and evolution of stars. Star Myths by Mongolian nature worship and the nature of communication theory for the origin of their heritage in the process of continuous development.Chapter II, researching the myth and the sun, moon and stars of Mongolian mythology, the Holy Father links between myth, expounded on the moon and stars of Mongolian origin of the myth of common sense and the symbol between the Mongolian culture patterns relations and the moon and stars.Chapter III, by studying the stars worship Mongolian Star Myths and internal relations, explained the ritual of Mongolian stars in the stars created on the basis of myth.Conclusion, first of all stars are summarized as Mongolian myth is the image of the ancient Mongolian nomadic life of the concrete expression of thinking.Thus,on the study of ancient Mongolian life, culture, thinking of great significance. Then it gives the stars Star Myths and ritual practices are closely linked, although the star may be no continuing evolution of the myth, as long as stars worship exist there will still flow down point of view. The final end gives the deficiencies of the text.

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