StuPa


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Related to StuPa: chaitya hall, Sanchi Stupa
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StuPaStudierendenparlament (Student's Parliament)
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According to the petition, Dharmarajika Stupa, a Buddhist monument and the archaeological remains are on UNESCO's World Heritage List and protected under the Antiquities Act, 1975.
According to the petition, Dharmarajika Stupa, a Buddhist monument and the archeological remains are on Unesco's World Heritage List and protected under the Antiquities Act, 1975.
The stupa has become a centre of attraction for thousands of tourist including locals.
Today, the Stupa is kept inside a temple in Mandalay.
Bhamala stupa is an archaeological site and is also known as Bhamala Buddhist Complex.
The circular stupa has a diameter of 131 feet and 45 feet high drum, constructed in solid stone masonry.
The landscape of slendertipped stupas slowly unfolded as we travelled all morning from the towns of Nyaung Shwe to Shwe Inn Dein.
A STUPA built during the time of Emperor Ashoka in China, that had subsequently turned into ruins, is set to be unveiled before public for the first time on Monday, after years of restoration.
Its shape resembled a "stupa," a religious shrine made of stacked rock and that is what Wangchuk calls it, an "ice stupa.
A stupa may stand alone majestic in a plain, or clumps of them in twos or threes, or five of different designs may dominate a gentle hill or a clearing.
The temple includes a prayer room for Buddhist monks, an octagonal stupa and brick-built drains.
OPENING SPREAD, ABOVE: the Buddhist stupa at Niya; OPENING SPREAD, BELOW: an ancient farmstead at Niya, now half-buried by the desert; ABOVE: camels are still essential to reach the archaeological sites; BELOW: M Aurel Stein often asked his assistants to pose in his pictures to show the ruins' scale.