Open the exhibition of Five Great Buddhas
An exhibition was opened for the first time in which the "Five Great Buddhas", which is the handiwork of Undur Gegeen Zanabazar, a unique historical and cultural heritage of Mongolia, are placed in one place.
In the "Five Great Buddhas" exhibition, 4 Buddhas from the Zanabazar Museum of Fine Arts and 1 Buddha from the Choijin Temple Museum were exhibited.
Poet Mend-Ooyo gave the opening speech at the exhibition.
The researchers note that the creation of the Five Great Buddhas, Ul khudulgugch (Akshohya), Erdene Uusgegch (Ratnasambhava), Tsaglashgui Gerelt (Amitabha), Uil buteegch (Amogasiddhi), and Mashid Giiguulen Zokhiogch (Vairochana), as holy, charming, and staring mercifully to the human world, raises the level of Buddhas paintings to the next level.
The Five Great Buddhas represent the five bodies, symbolizing the transformation of the five sins of the soul: anger, ignorance, darkness, greed, avarice, and jealousy into opposing forces into patience, wisdom, sympathy and compassion.