Korean monks visit Takhat Bhai, offer prayers


Takhat Bhai

A delegation of South Korean Buddhists monks led by Wan Hang Friday visited archaeologist sites of Buddha era in Takht Bhai and offered special prayers.
The delegation was comprised of 45 monks including eight women. After performing their religious rituals, the delegation expressed gratitude to KP government for preserving Buddha heritage sites.
They attended a reception that was arranged by KP Senior Minister Atif Khan at his residence. Talking to media, on the occasion, Wan Hang said that the efforts of KP government to protect and preserve religious sites was an unprecedented example of interfaith harmony, adding that it has also promoted soft image of the country in the world.—APP

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