Talk:Buddhism in Russia
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Kagypa school appeared in Russia only 20 years ago and has nothing to do with historical buddhism in Russia .Historical ruler of Russian buddhists is Gelugpa scool and its there are monastery in Kalmökk ,Buryat Tuva and so it has been already III centuries,No need to point Kagypa as a major scool thats wrong,And the center has been always after II WW Buryat Ivolga monastery, and headlama of Russian budhists has always been Khambo Lama from Buryat,In our days Khambo lama is Ajusheyev.--VanemTao 09:00, 9 December 2006 (UTC)
- I had a go at fixing some of this article. Mainly the Buddhism in science. Contains the curious term "buddhalogical," I have no idea what to do with it. [User:Cashie|Cashie]] 12:02, 11 January 2007 (UTC)
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Czar and Medvedev as White Tara
The Czars of the Romanov Dynasty and Medvedev were recognized as reincarnations of the White Tara by the Buryats.
06:33, 9 June 2013 (UTC)