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Wesley E. Needham chronicles the life of Dilowa Gegen Hutukhtu (1883-1965) who was a Mongolian refugee befriended by the author. A man of immense erudition, cheerfulness and compassion, Hutukhtu began his early years having been recognized as the eighteenth incarnation of Telopa, an Indian Buddhist saint (988-1069). He was one of the thirteen highest incarnate dignitaries of the Buddhist religion in Outer Mongolia until 1930 when Buddhism was banned by the Mongol People's Revolutionary Party. This saintly man then began a life of exile and wandering until his final sojourn in the United States where he played an important role in disseminating Tibetan Buddhism.
Dilowa Gegen Hutukhtu Needham, Wesley E. Vol. 2, No. 2. ( Spring, 1968) Buddhism
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