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150th anniversary of Danzanravjaa PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 25 January 2006
Ulaanbaatar, /MONTSAME/. The UNESCO Mongolian National Commission, the Noyon Khutugtu Fund and the Uv Erdene Fund have made a decision to celebrate worldwide the 150th anniversary of the death of Gobi Noyon Khutugtu Duldiut Danzanravjaa this year. The above measure is among 63 special occasions scheduled by the UNESCO to be organized this year. According to the report by L.Odonchimed, a member of the Parliament and Head of the Noyon Khutugtu Fund, the UNESCO will grant 20 thousand USD for the jubilee celebration. This aid will be spent on the translation of the masterpieces of D.Danzanravjaa from Tibetan into Mongolian and into English. The translated works will be sent to the world famous libraries. Moreover, the US Embassy to Mongolia will render 20 thousand USD in aid for the reconstruction of the Museum for Noyon Khutugtu Danzanravjaa. The Demchig Temple, created by D.Danzanravjaa, will also be reconstructed with 20 thousand USD financial aid to be given by the Canadian Ivanhoe Mines company. A total of 15 measures have been planned to be carried for and during the anniversary celebration.
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