Despite being a kind of gin used today as a "bad gin", it is a god of spirit that symbolizes evil. According to the myth of the creation of the Altai, Erlik Khan made a bad fortune against Tengri in the creation of the world, and Tengri made him the master of the underworld as punishment. Erlik Han sits on a silver throne in a palace of green mining on the lowest floor of the underground world. There he created a sun that shone with dark red and gave very little light. There are nine bullheads in your order.
Erlik Khan is cursed, deriving his own people from nine branches of God [Ulgen] and nine branches of pine wood on the land he created. Erlik says this folk is mine. God tells him to go to him and find his own people and turn Erlik away. The people of God have been allowed to enjoy this tree alone in five directions facing east. The remaining four branches are forbidden. Erlik goes and seduces this people. Ege, a male Törüngey and female, considers Erlik to say, "These four branches are not actually forbidden to you, and their fruit is sweet. As soon as the snake is asleep, he enters his mouth and sneaks up, Ece tells him to let him go. Ece sucks on it, Tongüngey goes to his mouth. God recognizes the situation and sends Erlik underground. Eje said: "You have not kept my promise. The serpent says, "You have not kept my promise, from now on you will try to kill you, your devil, yours," "You have not kept my promise, you will have 9 sons of 9 daughters, and you will be responsible for all, you will multiply the generation of men." "I am expelling you all from the Father, I am sending you to the world, here I am feeding you, and I have preserved, you will feed and protect yourself, and you will not hear any more." Thus, Erlik is the first evil to humanity.
Erlik; It is considered to be an aged entity with a solid body, athletic structure. Eyes, eyebrows are black. The fork lies on the bearded knees. The wild pig has settled on the ears of the mustard, which look like teeth. It has black and curly hair. The chin buckets, horns resemble tree roots. It has a bright face like a bloodlike rug, a black iron sticker and a shield. The herd hurls or drowns the land (maybe the ox). Erklig Kan is portrayed as a bull or an oxbow riding in the old Uighur art.