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Atish Dipankar Srigyan

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1000-year-old temple of Buddhist saint Atish Dipankar discovered in Bangladesh
An ancient Buddhist temple has been discovered in Bangladesh which could offer a unique insight into the life of Buddhist saint Atish Dipankar. A joint archaeological team from Bangladesh and China discovered the 1,000-plus-year old temple in Nateshwar ...
Kushwaha rekindles hopes for revival of Vikramshila Mahavihara
Bhagalpur: With the HRD minister of state Upendra Kushwaha expressing concern and admitting the neglect of ancient Vikramshila Mahavihara (university), hopes of resurrection of the ancient seat of education at Kahalgaon in Bhagalpur district has been ...
Bengal eyes Buddhist tour circuit
It may also include the Upper Phagu tea estate near Gorubathan as it is set to become a Buddhist pilgrimage dedicated to the 10th Century Buddhist prince Atish Dipankar Srigyan.
Ancient Buddhist Vihara found in Munshiganj
Letter from America: Why Buddhism Declined? – Part 4
But the most prominent was Atish Dipankar Srigyan who reformed Buddhism in Tibet after it had been destroyed by king Langdharma. The Palas were staunchly anti-Brahmin. They controlled most of north India and supported Buddhists for four hundred years ...

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