The flag of Mongolia comprises three vertical bands of red, blue, and red, with the national emblem, known as the Soyombo symbol, displayed in yellow at the center of the red band on the hoist side. The Mongolian tradition deeply roots the Soyombo symbol. It features abstract and geometric representations symbolizing fire, sun, moon, earth, water, and the yin-yang symbol.

The red stripes on the flag represent the enduring flame of the Mongolian people, signifying their resilience and vitality. While he blue stripe on the flag symbolizes the boundless expanse of the eternal blue sky that blankets the Mongolian landscape.