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Huge Buddha portrait unfolded in Lhasa's Gandan Temple

2013-07-24 14:45:45



Devotees worship a huge Buddha portrait after unfolding it during the annual religious ritual in the Gandan Temple in Lhasa, capital of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, July 22, 2013. Founded in 1409 by followers of Zong Kaba, founder of the Yellow Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, the Gandan Temple is the oldest among lamaseries of the Yellow Sect. [Photo/Xinhua]

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