In the twentieth century, the vital role is played by women in Mangolia is to earn a livelihood in most of the households. However, privilege is enjoyed by the rich class of people having less hardship when compared to the poor families. The unpredictable environment of people and the issues faced by them in the daily life including land used for grazing sheep’s and cows travelers force all the members in a family including men and women to do heavy works all throughout the day. These people had to do extra work outside along with their domestic work, which is looking after the sheep herds. The legal equality was there for the women in Mangolia. However, their burden on the household is increasing along with other family responsibilities including caring the children. The infrastructural facilities are less in the place, including few buses, retail shops and other service facilities. Whatever was there, were located in distant places which are away from the residential places. It is evident from the lifestyle of the Mangolians that caring sheep is a duty of the women in the families. The women in the community are the true hardworking individuals. The use of bow and arrow is also known to the women in the community and they are familiar with the horse riding and wrestling competitions. They also have the freedom in their married life. If the marriage life does not work, they have the right to divorce and remarry. However, their burden filled life is a portrayal of willpower of the women in the community.