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  Wood Valley Temple & Meditation Center - Biography of Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa
Khalkha Jetsun Dampa is considered to be one of the most revered teachers of the Kalachakra Tantra, the Tara Tantra, and Maitreya, the future Buddha.
Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa's close friendship with the Dalai Lama, this lifetime, dates back to earlier years in Tibet, before 1959, when they had shared tutors in their youth and remembered meetings, as well, for play and family gatherings at Norbu Lingka.
The Sixth Dalai Lama recognized Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa as the emanation of Chakrasamvara; as Vajrapani in the Tantric sense; and as Namkai Nyingpo in the Bodhisattva sense.
www.nechung.org /kjdhampa.shtml   (1433 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - Khalkha
The Khalkha, or Halh (Халх) in modern Khalkha Mongolian, is a subgroup of the Mongols.
Under Dayan Khan, the Khalkha was organized as one of three tümen of the Left Wing.
The former became the founder of the Five Khalkha of Southern Mongolia and the latter became the founder of the Seven Khalkha of the Northern Mongolia.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Khalkha   (463 words)

  
 Khalkha Summary
Khalkha is the official language of Mongolia and is spoken by approximately 90 percent of its population, about 2.4 million in 2000.
Khalkha encompasses a number of dialect variants, but differences are as minor as the differences between Khalkha and the other Mongol dialects, all of which are mutually comprehensible.
The former became the founder of the Five Khalkha (tabun otuγ qalq-a) of Southern Mongolia and the latter became the founder of the Seven Khalkha (doluγan otuγ qalq-a) of the Northern Mongolia.
www.bookrags.com /Khalkha   (888 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Khalkha
Dayan Khan installed the fifth son Alchu Bolad and the eleventh son Geresenje on the Khalkha.
Mongolian chronicles called Geresenje as "Khong Tayiji of the Jalayir," which indicates that the core part of the Khalkha were descendants of the Jalayir tribe.
By extension, some scholars consider that the Khalkha had a close connection with the Five Ulus of the Left Wing of the former Yuan Dynasty, which was led by the five powerful tribes of Jalayir, Khunggirad, Ikires, Uruud and Mangghud.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Khalkha_Mongol   (521 words)

  
 H E IX Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa
Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa is considered to be one of the most revered teachers of the Kalachakra Tantra, the Tara Tantra, and Maitreya, the future Buddha.
Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa's close friendship with the Dalai Lama, this lifetime, dates back to the early years in Tibet, before 1959, when they had shared tutors in their youth and remembered meetings for play and family gatherings at Norbu Lingka.
It was also at that time, when His Eminence Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa moved to Dharamsala to be closer to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, that he was officially enthroned as the Ninth Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa, amid great and joyous celebration.
www.geocities.com /RimeFoundation/khalkha.htm   (1303 words)

  
 KHALKHA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I cinque Khalkha hanno consistito di cinque tribù denominate Jarud, Baarin, Khunggirad, Bayaud e Öjiyed.
I cinque Khalkha tranne il Jarud ed il Baarin sono stati organizzati nelle otto bandiere.
I sette Khalkha hanno estendere in Mongolia centrale, assorbente il Uriyangkhai, che si è ribellato dopo la morte di Dayan Khan.
www.facteri.com /wiki/it/kh/Khalkha.htm   (330 words)

  
 Khalkha   (Site not responding. Last check: )
χ]) in modern Khalkha Mongolian, is a subgroup of the Mongols.
The standard language of that country is based on their dialect.
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
pda.molinu.com /wiki/en/kh/Khalkha.htm   (216 words)

  
 Biography of His Holiness the IX Khalkha Jetsun Dampa
At the age of four he was recognized as being the reincarnation of the Eighth Khalkha Jetsun Dampa, the spiritual head of the Gelugpa lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in Mongolia.
In the 17th century, the office of the First Khalkha Jetsun Dampa was conferred by the Fifth Dalai Lama.
Khalkha Jetsun Dampa is known as the head of the Mongolian Gelugpa lineage of the Tibetan Buddhism.
community.palouse.net /lotus/khalkhabio.htm   (428 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The standard language of Mongolia is based on the Khalkha's dialect.
It is widely supported that they got the name from the Khalkha River (qalq-a-yin γoul, Халхын гол) in the far east of Mongolia since they originally lived along it.
Dayan Khan installed the fifth son Alchu Bolad and the eleventh son Geresenje on the Khalkha.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Khalkha   (487 words)

  
 UCLA Language Materials Project Language Profiles Page
The Khalkha dialect is the standard Mongolian dialect, spoken by around 90% of the population in Outer Mongolia.
Peripheral Mongolian is spoken in Inner and Outer Mongolia, Liaoning, Jilin, and Heilongjiang provinces of the Chinese People’s Republic, Urumqi to Hailar.
Today, the Khalkha dialect of Mongolian is considered the standard language, and it is the official language for education and government administration.
www.lmp.ucla.edu /Profile.aspx?menu=004&LangID=79   (1435 words)

  
 National Costumes of the Mongolian People's Republic
In the costume of the Khalkha blue and brown are the predominant colours, while the dress of the Buryats shows blue and that of the Khotons clark shades as the chief colours.
Both the Khalkha and the Mingat women are wearing dresses with sleeves full of pleats, but with the Khalkha women the quilted seams on the pleats are arranged horizontally, while with the Mingat women these seams extend vertically.
The coiffure of the Khalkha and Mingat women is somewhat "wing-shaped"; the hair is plaited into two braids widening at the temples in the form of wings, the width of the wings being greater with the Khalkha women and smaller with the Mingat women, with whom also the ornaments are more modest.
www.skiouros.net /varia/ncmpr/ncmpr.htm   (1743 words)

  
 KHALKHA SADDLE
1) is a type that was used by Khalkha men and women of central Outer Mongolia.
Constructed over a split wooden frame, its side skirts are covered with pigmented and applique&Engrave;d leather and its seat with heavy striped Tibetan wool stamped with crosses.
The Khalkha customarily evaluated saddles on the basis of their silver ornaments, called "whites." Thus a saddle could be an eight-whites saddle, a ten-whites saddle, or, as here, a twelve-whites saddle, the highest category.
www.asianart.com /mongolia/1.html   (578 words)

  
 SIM Country Profile: Mongolia
Khalkha Mongol, spoken by 91% of the population
Khalkha Mongol 85%; Turkic (largest group Kazakh) 7%; Tungusic 4.6%; and others (including Chinese and Russian) 3.4% back
Khalkha Mongol (official) 91%; minor languages: Kazakh, Chinese, Russian (widely taught in schools and for higher education).
www.sim.org /country.asp?cid=33&fun=2   (1052 words)

  
 Mongolia - Ethnic and Linguistic Groups
Except for the dialect of the Buryat Mongols, who predominantly inhabit the area around Lake Baykal in Siberia, and the dialects of scattered isoglosses in Mongolia, all dialects of Mongol spoken in Mongolia are readily understood by native speakers of the language.
The Khalkha Mongols are the largest element of the population.
Another 12 percent of the population in 1979 spoke a variety of western or northern Mongol dialects, such as Dorbet, Dzakchin, Buryat, or the southeastern Dariganga.
countrystudies.us /mongolia/38.htm   (1070 words)

  
 The Ninth Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa
I recently had the honor of speaking with Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa while he was visiting here in Bloomington, Indiana.
He spoke of the students from Mongolia, both men and women, who have come to Dharamsala to study with him, and of his love for the Mongolian people.
As the Fifteenth reincarnation, the first Khalkha Jetsun Dhampa became the head lineage- lama of the many monasteries throughout Mongolia.
www.indiana.edu /~mongsoc/mong/jetsun.htm   (1500 words)

  
 Mongolia in Transition, 1368-1911
After the death of Dayan in 1543, the Oirad and the Khalkha disintegrated once more into insignificant and quarrelsome tribal groupings.
The struggle was maintained principally by the Khalkha.
The war with China was renewed with considerable energy after Altan Khan (1507-83) of the Tumed clan united the Khalkha.
countrystudies.us /mongolia/23.htm   (669 words)

  
 Russia & Mongolia - Johnson's Russia List 1-17-03
Just as "Turks" commonly refers to the Anatolian Turks of Turkey, so do people usually identify "Mongols" with the Khalkha Mongols who are divided between the independent state of Mongolia (Outer Mongolia) and the neighboring autonomous region of Inner Mongolia within China.
Besides the Khalkha Mongols, the Mongol family of peoples includes three ethnic groups within the Russian Federation: the Buryats and Altaians of southern Siberia and the Kalmyks on the northwestern shore of the Caspian Sea.
While the Khalkha Mongols, Buryats, Altaians, and Kalmyks are distinct ethnic groups with their own languages, they share the historical memory of the nomadic empire created by Genghis Khan.
www.cdi.org /russia/johnson/7022-10.cfm   (1006 words)

  
 Omnipelagos.com ~ article "Khalkha"
The Khalkha, or Halh (Classical Mongolian: qalq-a, Khalkha Mongolian) are a subgroup of the Mongols.
The Mongolian language standard language of that country is based on their dialect.
The first reference to the Khalkha people is of the early 16th century.
www.omnipelagos.com /entry?n=khalkha   (488 words)

  
 The Khalka Mongol of Mongolia
The Khalkha Mongol consider their language, Halh, to be the "real" Mongolian language, since all other Mongols speak variations or dialects of Halh.
Some of the Khalkha Mongol are now settled farmers who live and work on the "collective" (community) farms.
The Khalkha Mongol were traditionally shamanists (believed in an unseen world of gods, demons, and spirits).
www.prayway.com /unreached/peoplegroups2/313.html   (830 words)

  
 News | TimesDaily.com | TimesDaily | Florence, AL   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Khalkha Mongolian is the national language of Mongolia.
The more recognised dialect is Khalkha which is spoken in the capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, and most of Mongolia.
In China, the dialect of the Plain Blue Banner in central Inner Mongolia, which belongs to the Chahar dialect group, is the official pronunciation standard.
www.timesdaily.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Mongolian_language   (2033 words)

  
 The Unreached Peoples Prayer Profiles
Urban Khalkha Mongol, especially those with a college education, tend to delay marriage until they reach their late twenties.
Today, a number of Khalkha Mongol have returned to the beliefs of their forefathers.
Pray against the spirits of alcoholism, violence, and divorce that are destroying the lives of the Khalkha Mongol.
kcm.co.kr /bethany_eng/p_code2/313.html   (808 words)

  
 Genghis Khan wasn't a Khalkha-Mongol - China History Forum, Chinese History Forum
The Khalkhas are the largest group of Mongols in Mongolia.
Khalkha can not be considered as ethnic group or clan.
TWO Burkhan-Khaldun mountains!! And both have Khalkha-Mongolian names now - Khentii Khan Uul and Erdene Uul! How is this possible - not to know which of the mountains is the SACRED one of Genghis Khan, and to rename it?! It is obvious that Khalkha-Mongols have no relation to Genghis Khan and his so-called "Mongols" (i.e.
www.chinahistoryforum.com /index.php?showtopic=11740&st=0   (5964 words)

  
 So What's New?
The Piebald Lamb and the Daughter of the Noyon, a Khalkha tale.
The Camel and the Deer, a Khalkha tale.
A Tale of the Ox, the Ram and the Billy Goat, a Khalkha tale.
home.arcor.de /marcmarti/yugur/new.htm   (639 words)

  
 Altan Khan of the Khalkha at AllExperts
Golden Khan) belonged to the Right Wing of the Khalkha Mongols.
Although they claimed to be Khan, Mongolian chronicles call them Hun Taij, which meant noble rank equal to Prince at that time.
In 1662 Erinchin killed Jasaghtu Khan to expand into central Khalkha probably because Russia began to develop another trade route.
en.allexperts.com /e/a/al/altan_khan_of_the_khalkha.htm   (221 words)

  
 Mongolia (01/07)
Ethnic Mongols account for about 85% of Mongolia's population and consist of Khalkha and other groups, all distinguished primarily by dialects of the Mongol language.
Among ethnic Mongols, the Khalkha comprise 90% and the remaining 10% include Durbet Mongols in the north and Dariganga Mongols in the east.
The Manchus, a tribal group which conquered China in 1644 and formed the Qing dynasty, were able to bring Mongolia under Manchu control in 1691 as Outer Mongolia when the Khalkha Mongol nobles swore an oath of allegiance to the Manchu emperor.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/2779.htm   (4883 words)

  
 H.E. KHALKHA JETZUN DAMPA TO VISIT MADISON, WISCONSIN   (Site not responding. Last check: )
was recognized at age four as the reincarnation of the Eighth Khalkha Jetzun
Jetzun Dampa became the head of the religion and acted as the head of state
Prior to nine incarnations as the Khalkha Jetzun Dampa, His Eminence was
www.tibet.ca /en/wtnarchive/1994/12/12_4.html   (451 words)

  
 Mongolian alphabets, pronunciation and language
Mongolian is an Altaic language spoken by approximately 5 million people in Mongolia, China, Afghanistan and Russia.
There are a number of closely related varieties of Mongolian: Khalkha or Halha, the national language of Mongolia, and Oirat, Chahar and Ordos, which are spoken mainly in the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region of China.
Other languages considered part of the Mongolian language family, but separate from Mongolian, include Buryat and Kalmyk, spoken in Russia and Moghul or Mogul, spoken in Afghanistan.
www.omniglot.com /writing/mongolian.htm   (448 words)

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