Our ancestors believed that the mind of every Mongolian was in his hat, belt, rope, hat or traditional lighter. The Mongolian region represents social status and wealth. There are many different types of belts in Mongolia, such as textiles, belts, fabrics, leather, leather, and even other belts made of silver and gold. Ancient nomadic pastoralists used belts made of various precious metals, engraved with fine ornaments and inlaid with precious stones. This type of zone was called a non-slip zone. It was also decorated with metal, and the wearer hung a bag of swords, knives, and bows. Mongolian men have a long tradition of exchanging belts for lasting peace and harmony with each other through friendship. Ancient aristocrats worshiped this legendary beast and carved three, five, seven, and nine dragons on their gold and silver belts.