No photography was allowed inside the mausoleum of Genghis Khan in Inner Mongolia.
So, I am not able to share many of the interesting exhibits like clothing, weapons, coffin etc of Genghis Khan. This is very much regrettable.
Outside the mausoleum, there is a vast space for worshiping of Genghis Khan.
There was a raised circular space with steps on the sides, presumably this is for staging the worship ceremony.
On the sides, there are stone sculptures of dragon heads.
One of the pictures taken was a close up of the dragon head.
There are also copper or bronze vessels for burning of joss sticks, for making offers during the worshiping ceremony.
As someone who knows not much at all of the Mongolian culture and history, I was at a loss as to what many of the things I saw represent.
For the sake of sharing, I am sharing photos here that I still don’t understand what they represent.
I hope when I have the time, I will research into their meaning and significance.