In Dariganga sum, Mongolia, there's a lake which is called Ganga. Local legend says it was created by a man who sprinkled Ganga Jal there • A lot of Mongolian folk songs have reference to Ganga. Even in Mongolian books we find ref of Ganga as the sacred river in Himalyas. • Mongolia was a communist country for a very long time (called the Mongolian People’s Republic). In '90 with India's help Buddhism was revived through monk Koshuk Bakula • Mongolian's still prefer to have their names in Sanskrit. • Mongolian flag is actually the pictorial depiction of a vedic fire pit--a havan kund with the Yin and Yang symbol ( of shiva and shakti ) at its centre with the Sun (Rudra) and Half moon ( Devi) rising above it.The symbol was the flag of the Bogde Khaganate empire of Mongolia which in turn was inspired by the battle standard of Mehar Gul. Mehar Gul who was he ? Mehar Gul ( in sanskrit -Mihirakula ) was a shiva worshipping Mongolian /Hun king from the lower steppes of Mongolia who invaded the North Indian subcontinent about 5-6 centuries C.E He was a devout shaivite and attempted to cleanse the North Indian subcontinent of pseudo -buddhism .He destroyed many pseudo Buddhist centres and restored vedic and shaiva rule to many places before he was defeated and his name was slandered by Charvakas and ajivikas ( ancient atheists ) • The last name or title "Khan" is not Islamic or Arabic or Persian or Pathan.It is mongolian in origin Khan-comes from Khagan -The mongolian term for "Singh" or "Sardar" ( warrior / chief ) • The persian/ arab/muslim sycophants and converts ( mostly slaves and servants ) who after centuries wanted to cling on to the legacy of the great mongolian conquerors ( like Chengis Khan) chose to tag themselves with the last name just to bring fear and get respect amongst the local populations that they lived amongst and so their "name" stuck on. Legend also goes that Chengez khan was a shiva devotee ( he practiced a form of Tantric practice) and never attacked India in his various expeditions. The Mughal empire itself is said to have its origins here , they later became Persianised . The term "Mughal" comes from a mispronunciation of the word "Mongol,"