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Sofia Pantazis and other members of the Boston Buddha Vararam Temple in Burlington recited prayers for the tsunami victims in Asia yesterday. Many members are from Thailand and have friends and family living in their native land. An overwhelming charitable response cut across religious lines at weekend services.
Sofia Pantazis and other members of the Boston Buddha Vararam Temple in Burlington recited prayers for the tsunami victims in Asia yesterday. Many members are from Thailand and have friends and family living in their native land. An overwhelming charitable response cut across religious lines at weekend services. (Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman) Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman

Faithful pray for tsunami victims

Across state, somber observances marked

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / January 3, 2005

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BURLINGTON -- Sitting cross-legged in rust-colored robes, three Buddhist monks chanted prayers of peace for the victims of the South Asian tsunamis, prayers of thanks for those who were spared. (Full article: 820 words)

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