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hunting wolves with a golden eagle in Mongolia. Kazajstán-Ky

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Uploaded on Oct 23, 2008

title: hunting wolves with a golden eagle in Mongolia. Kazajstán-Kyrgyzstan.

--- ENGLISH --- In western Mongolia, an ancient tradition of hunting with Golden Eagles is still alive. We know from history that Genghis Khan had 1,000 hunting birds - eagles, falcons and gyrfalcons - and so did Kubla Khan. There were protected areas in the steppe marked with stones where only the khans were allowed to hunt. The Kazakhs of Mongolia train their eagles to hunt and here the bird of prey is often considered a family member. The Berkutchi is a falconer who hunts with the Golden Eagle. The training of this bird was seen as difficult and even perilous even by the experienced Synchy. the bird is never a slave of its owner, only a partner in hunting. From ancient times, berkutchi-falconers in the nomadic herder societies had the role of preserving and stocking furs. The high social status of the berkutchi and his family was conditioned by the climate, as warm strong and durable clothing for the people during the winter seasons was a vital necessity. Best-suited for this were the pelts of wolves and foxes. Apart from hunting, berkutchi can give spiritual support to pregnant women, who experience or may experience difficulties in childbirth. Through the owner of the bird, which in the imagination of Asian peoples is a symbol of well-being and power. According to folk wisdom, a berkutchi is the indisputable authority in the sphere of childbirth or of renewing fertility. In the cultures of many nomadic and semi-nomadic peoples of Asia, it is said that a berkutchi, regardless of age, can make pregnant a woman who for a long time had not had children.

--- CATALÀ --- A Mongòlia occidental, una tradició antiga de cacera amb Àguiles Daurades és encara viva. Sabem de la història de Genghis Khan que tenia 1,000 ocells de cacera - àguiles, falcons i gyrfalcons - i Kubla Khan hi tenia espais protegits a l'estepa marcats amb pedres on es permetien caçar només els khans. Els Kazakhs de Mongòlia preparen a les seves àguiles per caçar i aquí l'ocell de presa es considera sovint com un membre familiar. El Berkutchi és un falconer que caça amb Àguiles Daurades. La formació d'aquesta au es considerava difícil i fins i tot perillosa, fins i tot pel experimentat Synchy. l'ocell no és mai un esclau del seu propietari, només un soci a la caça. Des dels temps antics, els falconers berkutchi a les societats de pastors nòmades tenien la funció de la preservació i emmagatzematge de pells. L'alta condició social del berkutchi i la seva família va ser condicionada pel clima, tan càlides com fortes i duradores peces de vestir per al poble durant les temporades l'hivern varen ésser una necessitat vital. El més adequat per a això van ser les pells de llops i guineus. A part de la caça, el berkutchi pot donar suport espiritual a les dones embarassades, que experimenten o poden experimentar dificultats en el part. Mitjançant el propietari de l'ocell, que a la imaginació dels pobles asiàtics és un símbol de benestar i poder. Segons la saviesa popular, un berkutchi és l'autoritat indiscutible en l'àmbit del part o de la renovació de la fertilitat. En les cultures de molts pobles nòmades i seminómadas d'Àsia, es diu que un berkutchi, independentment de la seva edat, pot fer que quedi embarassada una dona que durant molt de temps no havia tingut fills.

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