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Panchen Lama concludes Buddhist activities in Tibet
The 11th Panchen Lama Bainqen Erdini Qoigyijabu has returned to Beijing after two months of Buddhist activities in Tibet Autonomous Region where he visited Buddhist sites and conducted rituals.

Wudangzhao Monastery: "Potala Palace on grasslands" 2015-08-10
The Wudangzhao Monastery, built during the period of Qing Emperor Kangxi (1654-1722), is the largest monastery of Tibetan Buddhism with the most complete structures and management system in China's Inner Mongolia.
Tibetan Buddhist monks perform cham dance during ritual 2015-07-21
Tibetan Buddhist monks perform cham dance during a ritual at Pakmo Monastery in Dagze County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, July 20, 2015.
Pictures: The Panchen Lama welcomes Mongolian Buddhist delegation 2015-07-20
The Panchen Lama Bainqen Erdini Qoigyijabu met with an eight-member delegation of Mongolian Buddhists headed by the Chairman of Mongolian Buddhist Association Damdin Suren Nace Daoerji in the Xihuang Temple, Beijing, capital of China.
Religious dances mark Tibetan Dharma Wheel Festival 2015-07-21
Tibetan lamas and devout Buddhists staged religious dances on Monday to mark the traditional Dharma Wheel Festival and pray for peace and prosperity.
China Voice: Dalai Lama faces growing controversy 2015-07-08
At the age of 80, the Dalai Lama is once again at the center of controversy as protests and complaints about him and his clique have been heard in China and elsewhere.
Dalai Lama's 80th birthday celebrations politicized: expert 2015-07-06
A Chinese expert has lambasted the Dalai Lama for hyping up his 80th birthday celebrations and politicizing the issue in the United States.
Tashidokhar Temple 2015-07-06
Tashidokhar Temple, an ancient monastery located in Kyerpa Township, Nedong County of Tibet's Lhoka Prefecture, has taken on great changes since it was moved to the foot of the local mountain in 1984.
Kaleidoscope of prayer wheels 2011-06-18
Prayer wheels are also called “Mani” scripture wheels, which are related to the Six-Syllable Prayer (Om Mani Pad-me Hum). In Tibetan Buddhism, it is believed that the more you chant the Six-Syllable Prayer, the more respect you show to Buddha and the more chances you will be relieved from the six divisions of rebirth.
Tibetan lamas mark Holy Dance Festival 2011-06-12
Lamas dance to banish evil spirits during the Holy Dance Festival in Curpu Temple, 70 kilometers away from Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, June 11, 2011. The annual Holy Dance Festival, a traditional Buddhist rite to banish evil spirits, was held in Curpu Temple on Saturday, attracting tens of thousands of Buddhists.
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