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A Buddhist Stupa of Ashokan Period

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A Buddhist Stupa of Ashokan Period
The Dhamekh Stupa, Sarnath

See also:
Temple Complex, Sarnath, India`s National Flag, The National Emblem of India, The Lions from Sarnath, a monument from Ashoka period, Lord Buddha from a Sarnath temple painting

5000 Years of Indian Architecture5000 Years of Indian Architecture | Pictures
Introduction and Ancient Architecture | During Golden Age
Medieval Architecture | Islamic and Indo-sarasenic | Modern

Source: 5000 Years of Indian Architecture, The Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, 1951, New Delhi.

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