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Buddha's First Sermon in Bhutan

Buddha's First Sermon in Bhutan is held on July 14. The day is celebrated according to the Buddhist Calendar, on the fourth day of the sixth month. This event in the second decade of the month july is annual.
14 July - Buddha's First Sermon in Bhutan

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