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Buddhist goodwill group for Bhutan

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GUWAHATI, Nov 6 � A six-member Buddhist good-will delegation led by Buddhist scholar Prof Dr Lalit Shyam, chief adviser and ex-president, All Assam Buddhist Association, Regional Centre of the World Fellowship of Buddhists (affiliated to Unesco) will visit Bhutan from November 12 to 18, 2014 on the invitation of Lama Dophu Namgyal, decendent president, DKCSC Trust, Thimphu, Bhutan. The delegation will visit different Buddhist centres, monasteries, educational, cultural and historical places of Thimphu, Paro and other places of Bhutan and study and research Buddhist art and culture, tradition, heritage, sculptures, architectures etc of Bhutan. The delegation will also avail an audience with the King and the Queen and meet Rimpoches, Lamas, scholars, educationists and diplomates of Bhutan and extend best wishes and greetings, warm regards to them on behalf of the Assamese and Buddhist people of Assam.

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Buddhist goodwill group for Bhutan

GUWAHATI, Nov 6 � A six-member Buddhist good-will delegation led by Buddhist scholar Prof Dr Lalit Shyam, chief adviser and ex-president, All Assam Buddhist Association, Regional Centre of the World Fellowship of Buddhists (affiliated to Unesco) will visit Bhutan from November 12 to 18, 2014 on the invitation of Lama Dophu Namgyal, decendent president, DKCSC Trust, Thimphu, Bhutan. The delegation will visit different Buddhist centres, monasteries, educational, cultural and historical places of Thimphu, Paro and other places of Bhutan and study and research Buddhist art and culture, tradition, heritage, sculptures, architectures etc of Bhutan. The delegation will also avail an audience with the King and the Queen and meet Rimpoches, Lamas, scholars, educationists and diplomates of Bhutan and extend best wishes and greetings, warm regards to them on behalf of the Assamese and Buddhist people of Assam.

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