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Sagaalgan to be Celebrated in Moscow
28.01.2016 23:00
Sagaalgan to be Celebrated in Moscow

The Buddhist New Year - Sagaalgan - will be celebrated in Moscow.

      A festive ceremony will be held in the concert hall of the Russian Academy of Sciences. A restaurant of the Buryat and Mongolian cuisine will be opened for visitors. The celebrations will start with screening of a short-length film about the 350th anniversary of Ulan-Ude. Tibetan lamas will pray on the stage. The festive night will be crowned with a concert of folklore ensembles.

      The head of the Interregional Cooperation and the National Policy Department Vladimir Chernikov, representatives of Dalai Lama 14th and traditional Sangha in Russia, deputies, senators, and public men, as well as official representatives of Mongolia, China, Yakutia, Tyva, Kalmykia will take part in the celebration ceremony.  


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Buddism New Year   

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