Yûn Yiqé Qóta
An ongon, or household god. He and his wife, Qazagar, and their two sons and one daughter are petitioned to intercede in all affairs pertaining to cattle-raising, buying and selling, etc. They are represented on a piece of cloth and placed in a large gray bag, along with a second piece of cloth on which are depicted the son-in-law and one daughter-in-law.
- Curtin, Jeremiah. (1909). A Journey in Southern Siberia. Boston: Little, Brown, p.121.