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Some exhibition items on display:
The round velvet hat
The round velvet hat worn by Danzanravjaa on the Enthronement Ceremony of Noyon Khutuktu in 1811.
The Cham dance mask
The Cham dance mask and dress for Red Protector
The golden Buddha statue along with its case
Amulet of Danzanravjaa Rinpoche
Toys of little Danzanravjaa
Bronze mask for Cham dance
Milerape statue given from the Tibetan Governor
SIlver Mandala used in the Noyon Rinpoche's enthronement ceremony. Mount Meru, 12 continents, 7 precious jewels and 8 auspicious symbols.
Horse saddle of Noyon Khutuktu Danzanravjaa
The statue dedicated for plays
The sandalwood damaru
The sandalwood damaru with bone decorations. Two-headed drum.
"A Tale of paper bird"
The text, titled, "A Tale of paper bird" in Mongolian language written by Tibetan scripts.
The strainer used for preparing medicines
The medicines made from an elephant bone and dinosaur eggs by Noyon Rinpoche Danzanravjaa.
Print block of Wind Horse Banner for racing horse.
Wooden print block
Casket of books
Casket of books used as "pillow" by Noyon Rinpoche.
Silver Jar with golden belts for tea.
Boots worn by Danzanravjaa
The boots worn by Danzanravjaa in his childhood age.
The human Skull-cup
The human Skull-cup with silver plate.
Incense-burner for Sang-gyod Khandro.
Sword, gift from his Japanese disciple.
Porcelain Statue, gift from the Ministry for Mongolia, Qing Dinasty.
Biography of Padmasambhava. Text written by gold letters.
Wooden print block
Wooden print block for Padma Katang Text.
Dorje Phalmo Jade Statue
gift to Noyon Khutuktu from the Dalai Lama in 1842.
The shirt and jacket
The shirt and jacket worn by Noyon Rinpoche Danzanravjaa in his childhood.
The vase, vajra bell, barley offering cup
The vase, vajra bell, barley offering cup used during the enthronement ceremony of Noyon Khutuktu in 1811.
The prayer beads made of human skulls
The prayer beads made of human skulls, inlaid nine precious jewels, facilitated with golden vajra and purba. Three edged peg. Gift from the Dalai Lama.
Ger entrance cover
Ger/yurt entrance cover of Noyon Khutuktu.
The Mongolian Chess
The three personal symbols of Noyon Khutuktu Danzanravjaa.