The Secret History of the Mongols: Our history is full of such countless mysteries that we have not yet fully realized. The name of one such ruler in history is Genghis Khan.
It is said that he was such a great warrior of the world who won the world as a whole on the strength of one horse alone.
This ruler of Mongolia, who once feared the whole world. Yes, the same Mongolia, which is almost seven times bigger than England, but the roads here are only 2 per cent.
If you add the population of some nearby islands, then the people here will fall short.
The Secret History of the Mongols: Why Genghis Khan's tomb can't be found
This 13th-century warrior was known all over the world for his tactics and war. There was a time when Genghis controlled everything that came between the Pacific Ocean and the Caspian Sea.
The Secret History of the Mongols: The real story of Genghis Khan, who died about 800 years ago, starts mainly when his name is not found anywhere in history.
Even when and where did he fall and where is the grave of Genghis Khan, no one is aware of it, nor any document is found in this regard.
It is said that the world has its own purpose of finding it, and the people of Mongolia have their personal meaning of keeping this mystery a secret.
Are the grave marks erased?
Historians say that after Genghis Khan's death, his body was buried in a secret place so that no one could reach him.
It is also said that about 1000 horses were rushed over his grave so that there would be no remains after his burial and he was buried with a lot of gold and silvers so that he could perceive his wealth forever.
Genghis' tomb is also linked to World War One: it is just a saying or truth, but this is what people here believe.
Many people believe that if anyone comes to know of Genghis's tomb, the world will be destroyed.
The reign of Genghis' tomb is also linked to the tomb of the 14th-century Ottoman-Mongolian ruler Timur Lung, which was dug up by Soviet archaeologists in 1941, and the Second World War began shortly after that.
There have been many attempts before
In 1990, the government of Japan and Mongolian jointly started a project named Gurvan Gol, in which work began to find his grave near Genghis' birthplace khentli province.
People did not want these secrets to be revealed to the world.
It is said that many valuable things were kept in his grave, which was showing his jurisdiction, like glassware of Rome, precious metal coins, Chinese chariots, gold, silver etc.
It is also said that Mongolian soldiers buried Genghis somewhere in 'Burkhan Khaldun', the mountain of Khentii.
There is also a possibility of the treasure being associated with the tomb
Apart from archaeological reasons, there may be a hidden treasure here because of the discovery of this tomb.
There is a saying that a lot of state treasure was also hidden along with the tomb of Genghis Khan.
That is why the people of Mongolia do not want to remove the curtain from this rule.