Tibet Foundation

Launch of the Tibet Foundation’s Mongolian Buddhist Art book in Ulan Bator

Feb 16, 2012

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On Thursday 16 February, the Tibet Foundation’s Mongolian Buddhist Art book launched at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in Ulan Bator.

On Thursday 16 February, the Tibet Foundation’s Mongolian Buddhist Art book launched at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in Ulan Bator.

A large number of dignitaries attended, including the Minister, Yo.Otgonbayar; the Director General of the National UNESCO Commission, G.Jargalsaikhan; the head of the Art and Culture Department of the Ministry of Education Culture and Science; Lama Purevbat; Doctor Phuntsogtseren; Teacher Choimaa from the National University; Directors of the National Museum and Zanabazar Fine Art Museum; Lamas from the Choijin Temple Museum; and other relevant bodies. Among the other guests were the authors and contributors to the book including J.Lkhagvademchig, Ts.Narantuya, Lkhagvadulam, designer Gungaa, Siilegmaa and Chimedregzen.
Centre director G.Enkhbat made a presentation to the invited guests and correspondents of television and newspaper.
According to the list approved by Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the catalogue to be distributed to the libraries of universities, state and provincial museums, scholars and relevant organizations.