Basic information
Interviewee ID: 990282
Name: Nasanjargal
Parent's name: Baaval
Ovog: Shaazgan
Sex: f
Year of Birth: 1947
Ethnicity: Dörvöd

Additional Information
Education: tusgai dund
Notes on education: elementary school teacher
Work: retired
Belief: Buddhist
Born in: Böhmörön sum, Uvs aimag
Lives in: Mandal sum (or part of UB), Selenge aimag
Mother's profession: herder
Father's profession: head of party cell

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Summary of Interview 090730B with Nasanjargal

Note: this is a combined summary for interview parts 090730A and 090730B

I had an opportunity to talk with a benevolent grey haired woman who has been living in Tünhel village of Mandal sum of Selenge aimag, though she is from Böhmörön sum of Uvs aimag which is the frontier territory of Mongolia. She has delivered and raised seven children and along with that she taught. The biography of Nasanjargal is a common image of Mongolian women and in particular the countryside women of the socialist period. She has talked about it in detail.

She was the ‘owner of the five excellent marks’ and the darga of a group council in the school. In elementary school she had a wish to become a teacher. Having graduated the seventh grade, she was trained as an elementary school teacher, and she came back to her homeland. The children of that time often went into sports and art. She told how the children used to spend their spare time. Nasanjargal went into sports and participated in many competitions and received awards.

You can also read information on how the collectivization movement has been carried out in our country.

She also mentioned about the funny, ridiculous and hard life of the countryside people. We say the western aimag people are hard working and diligent. We present you Nasanjargal who is a grey haired woman with great deeds. She lifted up her life and the children even in the period of the market economy without giving up.