How do later Mongol reflections on the ‘Yasa’ bring out the uneasy relationship they had with the memory of Genghis Khan.

Later Mongols referred, ‘Yasa’ as a code of law of Genghis Khan. It had all the rules and regulations approved by the Quritali. It means that the Mongol people also laid claim to a law giver. This brings out their uneasy relationship with the memory of the Genghis Khan. They were the set of all the traditions and customs that prevailed in Mongol tribal society.