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Turtle murals, Linyi works, Tianyi Pavilion 2013-11-12


As the second important activity of the city's second-party economic and cultural exchange week in Xinjiang, it was sponsored by the Propaganda Department of Kuche County Committee of Xinjiang Aksu Area, the Ningbo Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Film and Television, and the “Guizhou Research Institute of Tianzi Pavilion”. The ancient rhyme of the Oriental Kucha"--The exhibition of the paintings of the Kuchai murals was carried out yesterday at the Yunyi Building of the Tianyi Pavilion Painting and Calligraphy Hall. The 39 works exhibited in this exhibition were selected from the research works of the Xinjiang Kuzi Academy painter and other domestic painters for more than 20 years. The exhibition will last until the 18th, during which the experts of the Xinjiang Kuzi Academy will hold three reports on the history and culture of the Kuchai in the city. Xinjiang Kucha is located in the hinterland of Central Asia. It is the transportation of ancient things and the ancient Silk Road. It is a blend of Chinese culture, Indian culture, Greek culture, Persian culture and Arab culture. The Kucha Caves are the general names of more than 20 Buddhist caves in the ancient Kucha area, including the Kizil Grotto, the Kumu Tu La Cave, the Kizil Hip Hop Cave, the Senmu Sem Cave, the Ai Cave, etc. More than 700 caves have been preserved, and nearly 20,000 square meters of murals have been preserved. These exquisite murals have inherited the development of Indian Gandhara Buddhist art and ancient Persian art. They have produced the splendid ancient Western civilization and the spread of Buddhist culture. A far-reaching impact. According to reports, the Kucha mural is the first time to be exhibited in Ningbo. The murals reflect the material production lifestyle, ideas, customs and social customs of the ancient Kucha country. Among them, the "Pure Land Change" and "Pharmacist Change" of the Central Plains Mahayana Buddhism in the Kumu Tula Grottoes have been changed in the characters, decorative patterns, and paintings; the vestibule of the 17th cave of the Taitel Grottoes The painted "Flying Yak" is unique to the Kucha Caves.