Tajikistan is soon to unveil a 1,600-year-old giant, sleeping Buddha that the Soviets tried to hide. A TOL partner post from EurasiaNet by Ahmed Rashid A 1,600-year-old statue of a sleeping Buddha–uncovered by archeologists from the former Soviet Union 35 years ago and never before seen by the outside world–will soon be on display in […]

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