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Buddhist ceremony in Bodø, Norway
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Tam Bun is the name of a buddhist ceremony in which the believers offer food and drinks to the monks, who in return do their prayers and the traditional chanting for the loved ones who are passed away. This ceremony is very rare in northern Norway, and takes place only when buddhist monks visits, once a year.

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