Updated: Jun 27, 2022 14:55 IST
Ulaanbaatar [Mongolia], June 27 (ANI): Mongolian citizens bid a tearful farewell to the Kapilavastu relics of Lord Buddha on Monday after being on display for 11 days at Ganden Tegchenling Monastery in Ulaanbaatar.
Following the Nalanda Buddhist tradition, the holy Buddha relics were brought in a religious procession to the main hall where a special prayer was offered especially by sangha members.
The Indian sangha was led by 20th Bakula Rinpoche who carried the Holy Buddha relic brought from India while the Mongolian sangha was led by Khamba Nomun Han and the Mongolian holy Buddha relic was carried by Manjushree lama.
In the main prayer hall, a ritual was offered by the sangha members.
After performing the special ritual, both the Holy Buddha relics were brought together outside of the…