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Buddhist Remains at Dambal

Title:Buddhist Remains at Dambal
Author:Bhat Raghunath H.R
Publication:Itihasa Darshana / Karnataka Itihasa Academy (R) Bangalore
Enumeration:Vol 7, 1992
Abstract:Buddhist antiquities which were located at Dharmapolal(Dambal)had sculptures of Buddha and Tarabhagavati. The author feels it to be a Tarabhagavati Vihara.The record dated 1095 from Dambal confirms that this vihara was built by 16 settis when Lakshmidevi, senior queen of Vikramaditya VI was administering the region.

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