right walking up to the front gate of the monastery was this stone slab with traditional Mongolian script.
after becoming a satellite state of the Soviets in 1921, the Soviets “introduced” the cyrillic alphabet to Mongolia in the 40s, which essentially replaced all of the use of the traditional script.
the place where the script is still most commonly used is in Inner Mongolia (China), though there have been some pushes in Mongolia to relearn and begin reteaching the traditional script.
i’m not sure what it says.
taken at the Amarbayasgalant Monastery in Selenge Aimag (province), Mongolia