The Mongols treated most religions equally, typically patronizing multiple religions at the same time. During Genghis Khan’s rule, almost all religions had converts, from Buddhism to Christianity and from Ming to Islam. You have entered a writer’s home poster. To avoid conflict, Genghis Khan established an institution to guarantee complete religious freedom, even though he himself was a Shamanist (a religion popular at the end of the clan, with the appearance of Shamans, also known as mages, that are responsible for “connecting” people with supernatural forces). Under his rule, all religious leaders were exempt from taxes and public service fees.
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In terms of literature, the oldest surviving indigenous work is the Secret History of Mongolia, written in 1227. It is the most important document on Genghis Khan’s life and genealogy, including its origins and his childhood, through the establishment of the Mongol Empire and the rule of his third son, Oa Khoát Dai. Another classic work of the Mongol empire is Jami’al-tawarikh (History volume), compiled in the form of historical documents to establish the Mongolian cultural heritage. With hundreds of pages of illustrations, the book is truly one of the world’s first historical texts.