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Pakistan unveils 1,700-year-old sleeping Buddha, evoking diverse heritage
by Saad Sayeed
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15 November 2017
On 15 November 2017 Reuters reported:
Pakistan unveiled the remains of a 1,700-year-old sleeping Buddha image on Wednesday (15 November), part of an initiative to encourage tourism and project religious harmony in a region roiled by Islamist militancy. A reflection of the diverse history and culture of the South Asian country, the ancient Buddhist site in Bhamala province was first discovered in 1929.
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'This is from the 3rd century AD, making it the world's oldest sleeping Buddha remains,' Abdul Samad, director of Bhamla's archaeology and museums department, told Reuters.
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