India restores 108 volumes of sacred Mongolian Ganjuur  - News.MN

India restores 108 volumes of sacred Mongolian Ganjuur 

India restores 108 volumes of sacred Mongolian Ganjuur 

India has restored 108 volumes of sacred Mongolian Ganjuur (Buddhist texts) and has sent them to 50 Buddhist monasteries and educational institutions.

The sacred texts,  Ganjuur- Buddhist canonical texts meaning concise orders or words of Lord Buddha are an important part of Buddhism in Mongolia, worshipped in monasteries.

The governments of both countries recently hosted a ceremony at the famous Ganden Monastery of Mongolia in the presence of officials from both India and Mongolia that was attended by the Chief Buddhist Guru Nauan Khan Khambo Lama from Tibet and chief religious guru Ling Rimpoche in Mongolia, representatives of 50 institutions and over 500 Buddhist monks.

Furthermore, two sides are planning to write first official Sanskrit-Mongolian dictionary.

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