Buddhist Students' Association to celebrate its fifth anniversary

Mongolian Buddhist Students' Association is planning to celebrate its fifth anniversary on Oct 2, 2009. The anniversary celebration will continue for two days (Oct 1 and 2) and cultural shows by children will demonstrated.
On the evening of Oct 2, the Association members will chant Buddhist mantras for memory of Zorig Sanjaasuren, democratic leader slain on Oct 2, 1998.
The primary objective of the association is to provide knowledge and information on Buddhism to youth and students and help vulnerable and poor class of the Mongolian society.
Currently, the Association has opened up chapters in Uvurkhangai, Dundgovi, Khovd, Darkhan-Uul aimags or provinces of Mongola.

By Battsetseg, reporter of MonInfo News Service

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