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Maher and Calvin Mercer, eds. David P. Varadaraja V. The tour, organized by a Santa Cruz-based Tibetan monk, Lama Zopa Rimpoche, began in and was intended to end with the relics being enshrined in the heart portion of a huge, foot-tall statue of Maitreya Buddha devoted to "loving kindness" in Kushinagar, India, where Buddha discarded the last of his earthly coils.
However, the relics have proved so popular that Lama Zopa Rimpoche is considering keeping some on tour even after the statue is built, Ewart said.
Also, they have been split into two groups so that more people can see them around the world, she said. Buddhist relics on tour by Charles Burress, San Francisco Chronicle, February 11, Extensive collection of venerated objects on view San Francisco, USA -- Buddha may have profoundly transformed history, but no waving spotlights or banner-toting blimps were on hand to welcome him Friday night in Berkeley, at least not on the material plane.
Web www. Chronicle photo by Kurt Rogers A quiet reverence prevailed at the opening of an exhibition of pearl-like objects that are venerated as remains of Buddha, or more accurately, of his most famous body, known at Gautama or Shakyamuni Buddha, who lived years ago in India. Another set came from the Meiktila Relic Museum in Burma, she said.
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Added Ewart, "They look like pearls or crystals. Do viewers think they are real? About Us. Get Breaking Buddhist News in your Email. Free subscription. Please help keep the Buddhist Channel going.
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