Buddhist Impacts on Culture and Civilization of Mongolia

The truth the Siddhartha Gautama, taught cannot be adequately ...

By G. Ganbold*

Our dharmic and cultural ties greatly contribute to the spiritual advancement of the Mongolian people. I take this moment to acknowledge with sincere sympathy to India, for her vital role in enriching the spiritual horizon in my country and forming up the people’s way of living through the teachings of Lord Buddha.

Since Buddhism adopted in my country from India and many of our learned scholars had studied at the ancient centers of Buddhist studies such as Nalanda. Coming back to Mongolia after the attainment of high religious order they significantly contributed to the promotion of human values in their native land. Thus, I pay my heartfelt tributes to those Buddhist leaders and Masters who cultivated Dharma and Damma and brought our two nations closer as spiritual neighbors. It is not exaggeration to say that Mongolia and India have been trusted spiritual “Sati” through long standing cultural and historical relations which are a pivotal for the moral well-being and for sustainable development.

Undoubtedly, the present day world need more spiritual and moral empowerment for peace and progress. It is worth to be underlined here that the Teachings of the Gautam Buddha and Swami Vivekananda are more relevant not only inspire the people for cultivation of wisdom but also for happy and peaceful co-existence mutual respect and togetherness. When people get associated through faith and conviction their bonds become more sustainable since spiritual mind never aggravates but cultivates truthful consciousness and guarantees the path of compassion and enlightenment.

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