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Indonesia

on the Szabadság (Liberty) square is the fifth in the world and the first and only European peace gong which was given by Indonesia as a present and a symbol of world wide friendship to the town of Gödöllő. The gong, a symbol of fraternity, shows the flags of all the countries, the symbols of all the religions and the maps of the oceans of the Earth. It was created by the World Peace Committee as a memento for the bomb attack in Bali in 2002. The Gong was offered to Gödöllő in 2007 as an acknowledgement of advances in civilization, technology and economy as well as the peaceful social circumstances in Gödöllő. The Gong weighs 150 kg; it is a 2m diameter bronze circle relic, the work of Djuyoto Suntani, an Indonesian sculptor. The gong was inaugurated on 2 May 2007. The story of the gong is engraved in the small plaque in front and the park around it is populated with shrub species typically found in the Tropics. The gong remains in excellent condition, apart from the scratching out, prior to 2009, of the Israeli flag. Lojong lineage These oral tradition teachings are generally known as ''The Instructions for Training the Mind in the Mahayana Tradition'' (Tibetan (Tibetan language), Theg-chen-blo-sbyong-gi-gdampa-pa). According to the 1st Dalai Lama (Gendun Drup, 1st Dalai Lama) Atisha had received three lines of Lojong transmission, but there are conflicting accounts of from whom. It is agreed that he received teachings in Sumatra, Indonesia, from a master called ''Serlingpa'' (Wylie: gSer-gling-pa) by Tibetans. It is also agreed that he received teachings from a master named Dharmarakshita (Dharmarakshita (Sumatran)). However, sometimes Serlingpa is identified as Dharmamati of Suvarnadvipa, Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Commons:Category:Indonesia Wikipedia:Indonesia


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