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Amarbayasgaln monastery

The Monastery of Tranquil Felicity is one of the three biggest Buddhist focuses in Mongolia is situated close to the Selenge River in the Iven valley, at the foot of Mount Buren Khaan of Selenge Province in northern Mongolia. The closest town is Erdenet which is around 60 km toward the southwest. 

The structural configuration fits in with Zanabazar and the religious community itself was manufactured to respect the memory of him. Searching for a site for building, the exploratory gathering met two young men, Amar and Bayasgalant, playing in a steppe, and chose to manufacture the future cloister at that site and name the religious community after those youngsters. Manufactured somewhere around 1727 and 1736, it is one of the not very many religious communities to have mostly gotten away from the decimation of 1937, after which just the structures of the focal segment remained. The whole substance: the tankas, statues and original copies were plundered by the Communists or covered up until luckier times. Reclamation work started in 1988 and a percentage of the new divinities were appointed in Delhi, India.

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