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Chelyabinsk People Will See Treasures of East
28.07.2013 16:15
Chelyabinsk People Will See Treasures of East
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Residents of Chelyabinsk will see Treasures of East. Next year it is planned to launch a new exhibition in Chelyabinsk Museum of Local Studies.


      

Members of Buddhist community handed over to the museum 27 cultic objects among which were altar sets, musical instruments, sculptures, ceremonial vajras and bells. Buddhism as opposed to Christianity and Islam has not been presented in the permanent museum exposition before. In 2010-2011 “Treasures of Buddhism” exposition brought from St. Petersburg was demanded so much that it had to be extended four times. The concept of exposition will be based on regional geography – illustrating how Buddhist pantheon had been growing in the Far East region. The exposition will explain how Buddhism succeeded adapting local cultures after arriving in certain countries.   


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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