Dariganga Mongols

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Dariganga Mongols
Total population
Regions with significant populations
Mongolia 27,412[1]
Khalkha dialect of Mongolian
Tibetan Buddhism, Shamanism , Atheism
Related ethnic groups
Mongols, Halh, Chahar, Ööled

The Dariganga (Mongolian: Дарьганга) are an eastern Mongol subgroup who mainly live in Dari Ovoo and Ganga Lake, Sukhbaatar Province.

It is believed[by whom?] that the Dariganga were resettled by the Qing Dynasty from Chahar, Khalkha and Ööled to herd horses of the Emperor in the late 1690s.

From 1912 on, a Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Boghda Khaanate of Mongolia supervised them. And the People's Republic of Mongolia changed their banner system in 1921. After many reforms in Mongolian administration structure, the Dariganga people have lived in the sums: Dariganga, Naran, Ongon, Khalzan, Asgat and Bayandelger of Sukhbaatar Province since 1691.


  1. ^ National Census 2010 Archived September 15, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
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