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Kalmyk monasteries were once widespread in eastern Kazakhstan and the Zhetysu region, but as many monastery complexes were collections of yurts, little remains of them.The Kalmyks, however, took their religion with them when they left Kazakhstan: today, the Republic of Kalmykia, a semi-autonomous region of Russia, is the only European nation where Buddhism is a plurality religion.The ruin’s origins are still unclear: one theory says they’re the remains of an ancient Buddhist temple; another says they’re what is left of a 17th century monastery founded by Ochirtu-taisha, who lived there.Another theory posits an 18th century origin as a fort built by Buddhist Kalmyks trying to hold their territory.After you have verified you are scammer, you can begin messaging Kazakhstan to see if they like your profile. All you have to do is send a wink or message and patiently wait for them to respond. After they respond and there is a mutual interest, then you can schedule to meet up to see if there happens to be a actual connection.
In gratitude at their deliverance, they created the largest Buddha image there, facing the sky from a large, sunblasted rock, before they continued.
A related temple is now gone, but lives on in the name of Semey, formerly Semipalatinsk (“seven palaces”) – named for the seven-halled Buddhist temple on the old settlement of Dorzhinkit, where today’s Semey is now.
The temples were destroyed in the latter part of the 17th century.
Not far from the monument is the Kayalyk settlement, the remains of an 8th – 13th century Silk Road city, and a World Heritage site since 2014.
Now mostly earth and stone foundations, there are the remnants of several religious buildings, including a Buddhist temple, at the site, roughly 200 km from the regional centre of Taldykorgan.
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