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Modern Yurt Wholesale Factory

The category:TRADITIONAL DINING YURT   Release time:2020-12-18
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The role and effect of the yurt are relatively good. This is a kind of house that is more common in Mongolia. This kind of house is very comfortable to live in. However, the yurt is different from the house we live in. It needs to be built. The construction and disassembly of the yurt are different. Let's take a look at the disassembly and construction of the yurt.

There are two types of Mongolian nomads. The small nomads are grazing on a fixed site in four seasons. Great nomads drive their livestock away from their homes and carry out large migrations of thousands to tens of thousands of miles. The Mongolian nomadic migration pattern continued until the end of the Northern Song Dynasty. After the emperor of the Qing Dynasty implemented the policy of dividing and conquering the various parts of Mongolia, the nomadic mode of small nomads remained.

It is not only a mode of Mongolian social life, but also a mode of animal husbandry production. This kind of migration can only exist under the conditions of a relatively stable social order. The main carrier of Mongols' migration is bullock carts, in addition to camel carts, horse carts, camels, caravans and so on.

Migration should choose sunny days. If the place is not far away, I will move at dawn, and when the sun is shining, it is already on the new market. Before relocating, the head of the household must discuss with the neighboring elders as to where it is appropriate to move and where to place the property. On the first day of the relocation, prepare the vehicle and put the furniture away.

   Disassembly method

   The order of disassembly of the yurt is exactly the opposite of that of the cover. Untie the belt of the felt and the live buckle of the rope, remove the outer three layers of rope, coil them one by one, and put them in the cow dung basket. When disassembling the yurt, first remove the top felt, shake off the dust on it, and place it far from the north of Bao. Then start disassembly from the ceiling. Start with the upper layer first, then take the rear outer roof first, and then the front outer roof. After hitting the soil, put the belt inside, fold the left and right sides of the roof in half, and then fold the upper part back. After removing the felt outside the roof, untie the ropes on the surrounding felt, take off the northwest and northeast surrounding felt, fold it upright and roll it up. After all thatch felt was taken off, the yurt frame wood was disassembled.

.First obtain is the tassel, first untie the pressure rope, and after the inner rope is slightly relaxed, the tassel can be taken out. Then remove Unni. When disassembling Ha, first untie the rope tied to each Hana opening. Hana was removed and shrunk, and then folded together, so that the binding is very convenient. After the ropes of Hana were untied, unload Hana from the west, and then remove the door frame.

Delivery method

When yurts are moved, they are usually carried by ox carts or camels. When relocating, Buddha statues, top felts, felt doors, and daubs must be in front. Bind the cabinet, Hana, and Unni in a rectangular shape, and put wooden doors and felt doors on top of them. On top of them, there is a cover, and the top of the cover is a Buddha statue wrapped in felt.

When the herders moved, the neighbours would come to help them. After tying the felt bags to the car, they took hot tea, cheese, and cakes to the original site of the yurt to see them off. The first one was the Buddha statue and the tauna. Before the camel action, the woman leading the camel began to dress. The head of this family is her horse. After the woman took the camel, she circled the old site of the yurt, turning clockwise from east to south, and then mounted and left. The elder of the family put on new robes on the old site of the felt bag and followed the camel on horseback. The main thing is to see if the piggy is tilted and if something falls. The little animal is always behind, driven by the old man and the child.

After the yurt is transported away, the original site must be cleaned up, the dung under the cattle training rope must be removed, and the fire must be extinguished in the spring and autumn.