The 6 references with contexts in paper Babadjanova Munzifakhon Mirzoevna, Бабаджанова Мунзифахон Мирзоевна (2017) “Буддистский памятник Aджина-Tепа – свидетельство древнейшего культурного взаимодействия Таджикистана и Индии // Buddhist monument Ajina-Teppa – the evidence of the oldest cultural interaction of Tajikistan and India” / spz:iplus:atid15:464185

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Babadjanova M.M., Yuldasheva M.R., Kim B. Kaleidoscope of cultures / Edited by M.M. Babajanova. – Dushanbe: «Status», 2007. – 95 p.
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    In May 2005, UNESCO Headquarters in Paris before the opening of the Festival on Cultural Diversity and Dialogue in Central Asia, an agreement was signed between the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan and UNESCO for the preservation of monuments of historical and cultural heritage of Buddhist monasteries Ajina-Teppa (VII – VIII c. BC)
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    . In the course of excavations at Ajina-Teppa was found a large number of works of sculpture and painting. According to its artistic merits artwork Ajina-Teppa not stand in isolation: they are the embodiment of the ancient artistic talent Toharistan – Bactrian successors.

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    The National Commission of the Republic of Tajikistan for UNESCO held a meeting of the International Scientific Committee of the control (Steering Committee) with the participation of officials from the Government of Tajikistan and Japan, embassies and international organizations accredited in Tajikistan, as well as international and national experts
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    . In 2006–2007, the work on the excavation Ajina-Teppa continued. The participants were foreign and local experts under the supervision of the Japan Center for International Cooperation in the field of preservation of the National Institute of Cultural Property (Tokyo) Kazuya Yamauchi.

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    Mukherjee – the current President of India. In the process of exploring the exhibits, H.E. Mr. Mukherjee I was presented the book «Kaleidoscope of Cultures», in particular, his attention was drawn to the material tells about Ajina-Teppa
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    . H.E. Mr. Mukherjee was genuinely interested in the fact that Tajikistan is Buddha in Nirvana. At the request of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India, I gave this edition to H.E. Mr. Mukherjee. Now H.

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    Ajina-Teppa – Buddhist monastery of the XII century important in another respect – with respect to identifying sources of communication and interaction of cultures of the peoples of Central Asia and India, rooted in antiquity. In the era of ancient and medieval Central Asia and Northern India for many centuries, about more than half a millennium was part of the same public entities
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    . Pic. 12 Therefore, the lines of ethnic, political, military, economic, religious and cultural ties... and contacts since ancient times unite the peoples of Central Asia and the Indian subcontinent.

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Litvinsky В.A. Outline History of Buddhism in Central Asia. – Moscow, 1968. – 127 p.
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    Shortly after the Great Patriotic War of the USSR Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Tajik branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences and the State Hermitage Museum and organized a major multi-year archaeological expedition in Tajikistan, the head of which is one of the leading Soviet Orientalists A. Yu. Yakubovskii
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    . Pic. 1 In Tajikistan, about 12 kilometers east of the c сity of Kurgan-Tube is AjinaTeppa – one of tt the most famous Buddhist monasteries in Central Cen Asia. It was built in the VII century BC in the valley of the Vakhsh River.

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    The preserved remains of this magnificent colorful decorations (including a giant 12-meter statue of the Sleeping Buddha) to enable an even greater responsibility to identify specific communication and sheer scope of our Central Pic. 5 Pic. 6 Asian artistic monuments in the mainstream of Asian Buddhist art
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    . A large number of sculptures and paintings found were preserved by restorers of the State Hermitage. Primary conservation carried out on the spot. Long and complex finishing of sculpture and wall paintings of Ajina-Teppa restoration workshops held in the Hermitage [6; 11].

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    And on the opposite wall of the courtyard, we have passed the history of the spiritual life of the Buddha, but not in the form of consecutive pictures, and like a string of individual frames – is seated Buddha sculptures in the niches»
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    . Archaeological excavations have helped to remove from the earth more than five hundred works of art: sculptures, reliefs, fragments of wall paintings left by an ensemble of residential and religious buildings Buddhist monastery VII-VIII centuries, which led to the surprise of everyone.

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    Ajina-Teppa – Buddhist monastery of the XII century important in another respect – with respect to identifying sources of communication and interaction of cultures of the peoples of Central Asia and India, rooted in antiquity. In the era of ancient and medieval Central Asia and Northern India for many centuries, about more than half a millennium was part of the same public entities
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    . Pic. 12 Therefore, the lines of ethnic, political, military, economic, religious and cultural ties... and contacts since ancient times unite the peoples of Central Asia and the Indian subcontinent.

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    Rosen characterized the work of al-Biruni said: «This is – a monument to one of a kind, and it has no equal in the whole of ancient and medieval literature of East and West». Treated with the greatest respect to India, al-Biruni gave a broad picture of Indian science, culture, religion. Materials collected in the XI century Central the history of this country
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    . Academician B. A. Litvinsky in his edition of «Ajina-Tepa. Architecture. Painting. Sculpture» wrote that «the discovery and study by scientists of the Academy of Sciences of the Tajik SSR monument Ajina-Teppa not only recreate the important pages of the history of culture of Tajikistan, but also serve the noble cause of the further strengthening of friendship and cooperation between peoples»

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    Sculpture» wrote that «the discovery and study by scientists of the Academy of Sciences of the Tajik SSR monument Ajina-Teppa not only recreate the important pages of the history of culture of Tajikistan, but also serve the noble cause of the further strengthening of friendship and cooperation between peoples»
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    . Pic. 13 After the destruction of Buddhist monuments in Afghanistan sculpture «Buddha in Nirvana» from the convent Ajina-Teppa remains one of the most famous and colorful relics of the world culture.

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Litvinsky B.A., Zeymal T.I. Ajina-Teppa Architecture. Painting. Sculpture / Institute of History named after Akhmad Donish Academy of Sciences of the Tajik SSR. – M.: Art, 1971. – 260 p.
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    Shortly after the Great Patriotic War of the USSR Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Tajik branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences and the State Hermitage Museum and organized a major multi-year archaeological expedition in Tajikistan, the head of which is one of the leading Soviet Orientalists A. Yu. Yakubovskii
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    . Pic. 1 In Tajikistan, about 12 kilometers east of the c сity of Kurgan-Tube is AjinaTeppa – one of tt the most famous Buddhist monasteries in Central Cen Asia. It was built in the VII century BC in the valley of the Vakhsh River.

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    From 1961 Ajina-Teppa became the main focus of the studies of the South Tajik archaeological department (supervisor B.A Litvinsky). It is important to note that the monastery was situated in an inhabited area, and in particular that it was not far from the Kafir irrigation channel»
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    . Pic. 2 Pic. 3 Pic. 4 Through the efforts of archaeologists discovered a whole architectural complex – a Buddhist monastery VII – VIII centuries Ajina-Teppa, has dozens of religious and residential buildings.

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    The preserved remains of this magnificent colorful decorations (including a giant 12-meter statue of the Sleeping Buddha) to enable an even greater responsibility to identify specific communication and sheer scope of our Central Pic. 5 Pic. 6 Asian artistic monuments in the mainstream of Asian Buddhist art
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    . A large number of sculptures and paintings found were preserved by restorers of the State Hermitage. Primary conservation carried out on the spot. Long and complex finishing of sculpture and wall paintings of Ajina-Teppa restoration workshops held in the Hermitage [6; 11].

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    A large number of sculptures and paintings found were preserved by restorers of the State Hermitage. Primary conservation carried out on the spot. Long and complex finishing of sculpture and wall paintings of Ajina-Teppa restoration workshops held in the Hermitage
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    . Pic. 7 Pic. 8 It is worth mentioning that during the operation of the monastery Ajina-Teppa, in Central Asia at this time peacefully coexist different religions and cults of local and global importance.

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    Buddhism mainly been distributed in Tokharistan, northern Khorasan and the Seven Rivers. Zoroastrianism confessed almost the entire territory of Central Asia. Christianity was represented heretical, exiled from their homeland Byzantine sects
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    . As a result of the excavations, it was found that the building was divided into two parts which have different functions: the monastery (viharva) and the temple-sanctuary (singaharama), two rectangular courtyard surrounded by buildings and strong walls.

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    Ajina-Teppa – Buddhist monastery of the XII century important in another respect – with respect to identifying sources of communication and interaction of cultures of the peoples of Central Asia and India, rooted in antiquity. In the era of ancient and medieval Central Asia and Northern India for many centuries, about more than half a millennium was part of the same public entities
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    Rosen characterized the work of al-Biruni said: «This is – a monument to one of a kind, and it has no equal in the whole of ancient and medieval literature of East and West». Treated with the greatest respect to India, al-Biruni gave a broad picture of Indian science, culture, religion. Materials collected in the XI century Central the history of this country
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Litvinsky B.A., Zeymal T.I. Excavation and exploration in southern Tajikistan in 1961 // Archaeological work in Tajikistan: A Collection. – Dushanbe, 1964. – Vol. 9. – 187 p.
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    Rosen characterized the work of al-Biruni said: «This is – a monument to one of a kind, and it has no equal in the whole of ancient and medieval literature of East and West». Treated with the greatest respect to India, al-Biruni gave a broad picture of Indian science, culture, religion. Materials collected in the XI century Central the history of this country
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    . Academician B. A. Litvinsky in his edition of «Ajina-Tepa. Architecture. Painting. Sculpture» wrote that «the discovery and study by scientists of the Academy of Sciences of the Tajik SSR monument Ajina-Teppa not only recreate the important pages of the history of culture of Tajikistan, but also serve the noble cause of the further strengthening of friendship and cooperation between peoples»

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    Sculpture» wrote that «the discovery and study by scientists of the Academy of Sciences of the Tajik SSR monument Ajina-Teppa not only recreate the important pages of the history of culture of Tajikistan, but also serve the noble cause of the further strengthening of friendship and cooperation between peoples»
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Taddei M. A Note on the Parinirvana Buddha at Тара Sardar (Ghazni, Afghanistan) // South Asian Archaeology, 1973. – Leiden, 1974. – P. 64– 73.
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The sleeping Buddha and the carved tympanum of Ustruchan. // ACTED Cultural Center «Bactria». – Istanbul: «Mega», 2004. – 32 p. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Бабаджанова Мунзифахон Мирзоевна – канд. ист. наук, доцент, заведующая кафедрой культурологии, директор Информационно-ресурсного центра
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    From 1961 Ajina-Teppa became the main focus of the studies of the South Tajik archaeological department (supervisor B.A Litvinsky). It is important to note that the monastery was situated in an inhabited area, and in particular that it was not far from the Kafir irrigation channel»
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    A large number of sculptures and paintings found were preserved by restorers of the State Hermitage. Primary conservation carried out on the spot. Long and complex finishing of sculpture and wall paintings of Ajina-Teppa restoration workshops held in the Hermitage
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    . Pic. 7 Pic. 8 It is worth mentioning that during the operation of the monastery Ajina-Teppa, in Central Asia at this time peacefully coexist different religions and cults of local and global importance.

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    Buddhism mainly been distributed in Tokharistan, northern Khorasan and the Seven Rivers. Zoroastrianism confessed almost the entire territory of Central Asia. Christianity was represented heretical, exiled from their homeland Byzantine sects
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    . As a result of the excavations, it was found that the building was divided into two parts which have different functions: the monastery (viharva) and the temple-sanctuary (singaharama), two rectangular courtyard surrounded by buildings and strong walls.