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Four Holy Kapilvastu Relics of Lord Buddha reach Mongolia from India
Buddha Relics
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Four Holy Kapilvastu Relics of Lord Buddha reach Mongolia from India

| @indiablooms | 13 Jun 2022, 05:03 pm

New Delhi: The four Holy Kapilvastu  Relics of Lord Buddha reached Mongolia for an 11-day exposition on Monday along with the 25-member delegation, led by Minister of Law and Justice, Kiren Rijiju accompanying the sacred relics.

The holy relics were received with great reverence and ceremoniously at the Ulaanbaatar International Airport by the Ch Nomin,Culture Minister of Mongolia; Saranchimeg,MP/Chairperson of India Mongolia Friendship Group; Advisor to the President of Mongolia, Khamba Nomun Khan and a large number of monks among other dignitaries.

On the occasion Minister of Law and Justice, Kiren Rijiju said that the historical relations between India and Mongolia will further strengthen with the coming of relics from India to Mongolia.

Union Minister also said that through the delegation India is carrying Buddha’s message of peace to the world.

Union Minister also informed that the main Buddha statue in the Gandan Monastery was gifted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2015 to the people of Mongolia and it has been installed in 2018.

The Union Minister also said that people of Mongolia enjoy a strong bond  with India and look upto  India as source of wisdom. India occupies a special position in the hearts and minds of people of Mongolia, he added.

The Holy Relics were thereafter welcomed at the Gandan Monastery ceremoniously amidst prayers and  Buddhist chants.

A large number of Mongolian people gathered to pay their respects to the sacred Buddha Relics.

The Relics were handed over  to the Gandan Monastery in the presence of Buddhist monks from the Gandan Monastery for safe keeping ahead of its 11 exposition beginning from tomorrow.

Earlier last evening, the Holy Relics left India from Delhi with the delegation,  after customary ceremonies. These  Relics belong to 22 of the special Relics kept in National Museum of Culture Ministry.

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