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"Buddhism in Russia" exhibition in Bhutan

Friday, 25 November 2011 05:36

A “Buddhism in Russia” exhibition has opened in Bhutan. This is the first time such an exhibition has been organized in the Himalayan kingdom. Its aim is to promote and strengthen bilateral humanitarian and cultural relations.

On display are 19th and 20th -century photographs depicting Buddhist monasteries in Kalmykia, Buryatia and Tyva and 3d images of Buddhist relics that were presented to the Russian Czar Nicholas II.

Buddhism is the world’s oldest religion. It received official status in Russia in 1741, during the rule of Yelizaveta Petrovna, the daughter of Peter the Great.

TASS

भूटान में रूस में बौद्ध धर्म को समर्पित प्रदर्शनी का उद्घाटन

 
 
24.11.2011, 15:54

Photo: RIA Novosti
 

भूटान की राजधानी थिम्पू में ‘रूस में बौद्ध धर्म’ प्रदर्शनी का उद्घाटन हुआ| यह इस राज्य के इतिहास में पहली रूसी प्रदर्शनी है| इसमें अंतिम रूसी सम्राट निकोलाई द्वितीय को भेंट स्वरूप दी गयी बौद्ध स्मारिकाओं के 3-D होलोग्राम, रूस के बौद्ध प्रदेशों कल्मिकिया, बुर्यातिया, तूवा गणराज्यों में स्थित मठों आदि के 19-वीं शताब्दी के पुराने और आधुनिक फोटो प्रदर्शित हैं| रूस में प्राचीन काल से बौद्ध धर्म प्रचलित है, जिसे 1741 में साम्राज्ञी येलिजावेता के शासन काल में औपचारिक मान्यता प्रदान की गयी थी|

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