It is situated in Khirgist valley in Saikhan Soum, Bulgan province. This memorial has a significant importance of Uighar state history as well as its culture. Inscription on it was written in runic script. Height of the stele is 3.8 meters. At first, it was placed on the turtle stone base, but later separated from the base by falling down and broken into two parts. Inscription consists of 44 rows and each row has about 150 letters written on the stele. Nearly 1750 letters of total 6750 letters disappeared due to external influence. Uighar’s second king Moyunchur, a son of first king Peilo, had this stele built. He was a king in 745-759 and had Uighar history of 744-750s written on the stele.