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Buryatia National Museum to Introduce Atlas of Tibetan Medicine in St. Petersburg
11.05.2013 14:40
Buryatia National Museum to Introduce  Atlas of Tibetan Medicine in St. Petersburg
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 The National Museum of Buryatia will present the exhibition Ancient Art of Healing. Atlas of Tibetan Medicine in St. Petersburg.

      
The exposition including nine high-precision copies of sheets of the Atlas, Blue Beryl and accompanying ritual subjects, will be opened on May 13 in the State Museum of Religion History in the framework of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary since the first Buddhist public prayer in St. Petersburg.

      
The festive events dedicated to the 100th anniversary since the first Buddhist public prayer will run in St. Petersburg till May 17. 

      
The head of Buddhists of Russia the XXIV Pandito Hambo lama Damba Ayusheev accompanied by priors of Buddhist monasteries of Buryatia takes part in the celebrations.


      

 


Sources: http://www.tass-sib.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Tibetan Atlas Buddhism in Russia Buryatia  

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