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- Architecture Sri Lanka 3201 Anuradhapura Jetavana Chetiya
- Jetavana Chetiya. General view from east. ACSAA (C) AAAUM/Listopad.
- ANCIENT STUPAS IN SRI LANKA – LARGEST BRICK
- Jetavana. Mahasena. 269–296.
- 1.8 A STORY OF A BUDDHA IMAGE .Jl1d its
- were ready for conversion, left the great Jetavana monastery and went to their country left the city and, in the midst of a large entourage, went to the Jetavana.
- Materials Used in the Construction, Conservation, and Restoration
- but with a volume of 233000 cubic metres, Jetavana is arguably still the largest Jetavana stupa under conservation (height = 70.7 m, base diameter = 111.
- 'Towards Compiling a History of Sri Lankan Philosophy'-Royal Asiatic Society
- There were divergent doctrinal interpretations among Mahāvihāra, Abhayagiri, and Jetavana. But even among Mahāvihāra there were differences on matters concerning doctrinal interpretation.
- 집단 출가한 서울대 출신 스님들
- (웃음)” 18일 오후 서울 서초구 방배동 '제따와나 선원'(www.jetavana.net).
- Jetavana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Jetavana was one of the most famous of the Buddhist monasteries in India.
- Jetavana.-A park in Sāvatthi, in which was built the Anāthapindikārāma.
- Jetavana Buddha Garden | GardenVisit.com, the garden landscape
- May 18, 2008 Jetavana is the name a famous Buddhist monastery garden. It is in India, outside the ancient city of Savatthi.
- Jetavana Dagoba (Stupa), Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka
- Jetavana Dagoba (Stupa), Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka.
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