StuPa


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StuPaStudierendenparlament (Student's Parliament)
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For this purpose, he informed that a team of conservation experts from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) along with Directorate of Archaeology and Museums Khyber Pakhtunkhwa officials are using 3D images of Stupa and Monastery at Julian, Haripur.
The stupa in Nangchen, which was once the centre of trade in ancient Tibet, is believed to be among the 84,000 stupas that were built to mark the Buddha's life.
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The stupa is cross shaped and looks like an Aztec Pyramid.
At the foot of the hill, there are several ancient rock edicts, but the most visited site here is the Vishwa Shanti Stupa or Peace Pagoda--a gleaming white structure with a massive dome built on top of the hill in 1972 with Japanese collaboration.
Earlier work by Abeyrame (1994) on the application of thermoluminescence (TL) dating to archaeological sites in Sri Lanka included the testing of bricks from two urban stupas within Anuradhapura (Jetavanaramaya and Mirisewetiya) and a further stupa at Polonnaruva, and obtained good agreement with historical dates.
It said the stupa was discovered during excavations at Aziz Dheri about 80 kilometers north of Islamabad which is already known as a major remnant of the Gandhara civilization that flourished along the Indus River.
Here, there is no indication that the stupa has any secular significance, conveys anything other than a Buddhist religious message, or is used for anything other than Buddhist rituals," observed AU's letter.
Here we see the Phra Siratana Chedi, a glittering gold-tiled stupa that is said to contain the remains of the Buddha.
th] Ashoka Stupa Found and Restored to its Former Glory
At Mingun, a short boat trip from the city, it was a steep sticky climb to the top of Mingun Paya - which would have been the world's biggest stupa, until work stopped in 1819.
The main stupa was initially carved out of rock and then covered with bricks.