Consistently Mongolians observe "Tsagaan Sar" or Mongolian Lunar New Year on the intersection of winter and spring. The specific date relies upon the lunar schedule. Generally, it is hung on another moon day toward the finish of January or in February. Mongolians observe Tsagaan for three days seeing off the finish of winter and inviting a prospering spring of the new year. It is the most renowned family occasion to visit guardians, family members, just as companions.