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Obrazy Čingischána a znak Soyombo budou patentovány a schváleny vládou Mongolska

Obrazy Čingischána a znak Soyombo budou patentovány a schváleny vládou Mongolska  - obrázek

Obrazy Čingischána a znak Soyombo budou patentovány a schváleny vládou Mongolska - obrázek

The Chairman of the Unfair Competition Regulatory Authority, the Regulatory Agencies of the Government of Mongolia, Otgonjargal MAGNAI introduced a new bill to be submitted soon to the State Great Khural (Parliament) of Mongolia for a discussion. More...

The bill which was initiated by the Parliamentarians G.Bayarsaikhan and G.Uyanga states that the image of Chinggis Khaan and the symbol of Soyombo will be patented and authorized by the Government of Mongolia.
Furthermore, any citizen or organization willing to use the above images for any purposes will have to ask for a patent permission from authorized personnel representing the Government.
Also, to the question what will be happened to these products already been running in stock using the above images, Chairman O.Magnai said, “If the bill is approved, these trademarks are prohibited to use on tobacco, alcoholic beverages and other products for commercial and profit purposes. Thereafter the entrepreneurs will change their products’ name or shut down; it is on their own to make a decision.”
 
The Soyombo symbol
The Soyombo script was invented by Undur Gegeen Zanabazar (High Saint Zanabazar) in 1686, which served as the alphabet for Mongolian Buddhism. The Soyombo serves as a national symbol of Mongolia, to be found on the Flag of Mongolia since 1921, and on the National Coat of Arms of Mongolia since 1992, monetary banknotes and coins, stamps and on many other official documents.
The elements in the Soyombo are given the following significance (from top):
- Fire is a general symbol of eternal growth, wealth and success. The three tongues of the flame represent the past, present and future.
- Sun and moon symbolize that the Mongolian nation will exist for eternity as the eternal blue sky.
- The two triangles allude to the point of an arrow or spear. They point downward to announce the defeat of interior and exterior enemies.
- The two horizontal rectangles give stability to the round shape. The rectangular shape represents the honesty and justice of the people of Mongolia, whether they stand at the top or at the bottom of society.
- The Arga-Bilig (Yin-Yang) symbol illustrates the mutual complement of man and woman. In modern times, it was alternatively interpreted as two fish symbolizing vigilance, because fish never close their eyes.
- The two vertical rectangles can be interpreted as the walls of a fort. They represent unity and strength, relating to a Mongolian proverb: "The friendship of two is stronger than stone walls”.

Source: InfoMongolia

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The statue of State Stamp of Mongolia
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