Lion Capital Of Sarnath
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- Basics of Magick: The Use of Color in Magick
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- Bes was a dwarf-god, grotesque in appearance, but benign in nature. He was depicted wearing a plumed crown, was normally bearded with his broad face surrounded by a lion's mane and ears, and with his tongue protruding in a playfully aggressive manner. His...
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- King James Bible: Numbers, Chapter 23
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- 2.2 LION CAPITAL OF SARNATH xi Title " I - Lion Capital _. _ ' Medium l - Sandstone ".
- The State Emblem of India
- the Sarnath Lion Capital of Emporer Ashoka, who ruled from 272 BC to 232 BC. It is preserved in the Sarnath Museum, near Varanasi, Uttar. Pradesh.
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- wheel which appears on the abacus of the Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka.
- National Symbols
- is that of the wheel which appears on the abacus of the Sarnath Lion Capital The state emblem is an adaptation from the Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka.
- 18.Painting (332).pmd
- (b) What are the chief characteristics of the "Lion Capital" of Sarnath. Mention the date of this work.
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- Sarnath Lion Capital - Ashoka Pillar at Sarnath - Ashoka Lion
- This page presents information on the Sarnath Lion Capital. Read on to know about the Lion Capital of Ashoka at Sarnath.
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- The Ashoka lion capital of Sarnath is the National emblem of India. This Sarnath Lion capital is displayed in the Sarnath Archaeological Museum.
- National Emblem of India: The Four Lions of Sarnath | Full Stop India
- Sep 29, 2010 Original Sarnath Lion Capital of Ashoka.
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