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(The meeting of Altan Khaan and Sonam Gyasto in 1578 spread Buddhism in all parts of greater Mongolia)
The Toyotomi family was a group of people who were profoundly devoted towards the Buddhism religion. Therefore, they intended to build a large statue of Buddha in the Hokoji temple in Japan. This was to pay honor to Buddha and help in spreading the religion by fascinating the people through the marvelous statue of Buddha. The statue was being built and when it got completed, unfortunately I destroyed. It could not remain for a very long time as it destroyed due to a devastating earthquake. In 1598 it started to re-build again but, because of the catching of fire, it was again destroyed. The statue was made up of Bronze and was almost completed. (Lipikazuo)
One group of the Buddhist religious group was the Oirat Mongols. Oirat Mongols were a group of people who originated from the Altai region of the Western Mongolia. The Oirats, therefore, were the tribes from the western part of Mongolia and were influenced highly by Buddhism. In 1615, the oirat Mongols converted to Geluk school of Tibetan Buddhism. The fifth Dalai Lama defeated the rivals Kagyu, Jonang sects and the secular ruler who was the prince of Shang. He easily defeated them due to the help and aid of Gushi Khan. Gushi Khan was the military leader of the Oriat Mongols. He then converted to the Geluk school of Tibetan Buddhism.
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