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Excavation & Exploration

World’s first Arctic Buddhist stupa opens in Russia 0

Tibetan Monk Tangerang Lama Pema Lhundrup Gyatso Rinpoche came to the town to consecrate the “Enlightenment Stupa” on August 4, reports Russian TV channel TV-21. Construction of the stupa began

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Buddhist remains unearthed in Andhra Pradesh 0

Buddhist remains on a mound called ‘ Ernamma Pallu Dibba’ on the rear side of the Zilla Parishad High School at Ghantasala in Krishna district were unearthed on Sunday. Disclosing

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Layers of Indo-Greek City Discovered in Swat Valley, Pakistan 0

By Raymond Lam Large layers associated with both the Indo-Greek city and the pre-Greek Mauryan settlement, together with a large number of everyday objects, have been discovered at the archaeological

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Maharashtra: Nallasopara Buddhist stupa proves it was once hotbed of Buddhism 0

Inside an obscure protected site in Nallasopara that has been forgotten by the government as well lies a Buddhist stupa, which is evidence to the fact that Sopara or Shurparka,

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ASI unearths remains of Buddhist monastery in Vadnagar, Gujarat 0

The Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has unearthed structures resembling a Buddhist monastery in Vadnagar city of Gujarat, a finding which could further establish the importance of the region as

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Cambodia’s vast medieval cities hidden beneath the jungle 0

Archaeologists in Cambodia have found multiple, previously undocumented medieval cities not far from the ancient temple city of Angkor Wat, the Guardian can reveal, in groundbreaking discoveries that promise to upend key

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China and India to Collaborate on Archaeological Investigation of Sarnath 0

Archaeologists in China and India are in talks to establish a collaborative project that will investigate key archaeological sites in the northeastern Indian city of Sarnath, a major pilgrimage destination

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Archaeologists and geographers team to predict locations of ancient Buddhist sites 0

For archaeologists and historians interested in the ancient politics, religion and language of the Indian subcontinent, two UCLA professors and their student researchers have creatively pinpointed sites that are likely

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Buddhist-era lamps found near Indo-Pak border 0

Amritsar: Earthen lamps dating back to Gautam Buddha’s era were found by a villager near the India-Pakistan border in Amritsar district. Balwinder Singh, a resident of Bahadurnagar village situated on

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Buddhist Treasures From Gobi Desert Cave 1

  On May 7, the new exhibit “Cave Temples of Dunhuang” at the Getty Center in Los Angeles will display artworks and replicas of three caves, selected from hundreds hewed

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