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Mongolian teacher of Buddhism receives Prince Claus Award
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The Netherlands-based Prince Claus Award has been...
Mongolian teacher of Buddhism Purevbat receives Prince Claus Award

The Netherlands-based Prince Claus Award has been presented to a Mongolian teacher of Buddhism. 

G.Purevbat, born in Tov Aimag, has been presented the award for his work as an artist and teacher of the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition.


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