- Origin: 1870–75; < Sanskrit caitya, derivative of citā funeral pyre, akin to cinoti (he ) piles up. :10. :09.
- NEPAL (Volume 2) The Worship: Monuments and Feasts
- “chaityas”; one in the heart of Patan, and.
- Tukan Bahal Stupa
- chaityas erected within hundred years. Antiquity century.
- Aj anta Caves
- Chaityas and Viharas. Chaitya was a place for worship while the Vihara was the dwelling-place of the monks.
- Mahaparinirvana Express Pellegrinaggio in treno sulle orme di Buddha
- Buddha raggiunse l'Illuminazione, Sarnath, dove Buddha ricevette i primi insegnamenti, e Kushinagar dove Buddha raggiunse il Nirvana. In questi posti si possono conoscere preziosi esempi di arte e architettura come gli Stupas, i Chaityas ei Viharas.
- Chaitya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A chaitya is a Buddhist or Jain shrine including a stupa.
- Indian Heritage - Architecture - Chaityas
- Chaityas are the halls enclosing the stupas.
- chaitya grihas of ajanta, karla and bedsa buddhist caves
- Mar 22, 2011 Chaityas are buddhist prayer halls that house a stupa . The word chaitya has its roots in sanskrit chita ~ meaning a pyre or a pile of ashes.
- Chaitya Hall, Karli | ArchitectureCourses.Org
- Chaitya Hall in Karli was built between 50 and 70 AD in India out of stone and earth.
- BUDDHIST ART & ARCHITECTURE
- Chaitya grihas or halls of worship were built all over the country either of brick or excavated from rocks.
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