Samye moves open-air statue of Buddha
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Samye moves open-air statue of Buddha
by:Cathy   2007-06-09 17:52:58
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Samye Monastery made bold to erect a copper statue of Buddha Padmasambhava in the open air donated by a related enterprise's principal, which disobeyed the Law of the People's Republic of China on Protection of Cultural Relics and the Notice of Illegally Building Open Statue of Buddha jointly issued by the State Administration for Religious Affairs of People's Republic of China, Ministry of Construction of the People's Republic of China and China National Tourism Administration.

Samye Monastery then self moved the open-air statue forwardly.

Democratic Management Committee of Samye Monastery, Lhoka Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region, China
June 8th, 2007

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