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Sramanera

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Samarkand Fort
Because it also mentioned the word sramanera — Buddhist lay brother — the stone revealed the religion of the person who ordered it. The year 'Sam [Samvat] 58' on the stone corresponded with the first year of the Common Era.
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Pasakojama, kad devyniagalvė naga (remiantis kitomis mitinėmis versijomis, septyniagalvė nagų karalienė Mukalinda) apgaubė nušvitusį Budą Gautamą ir taip apsaugojo jį nuo liūties. Naga – tai gyvatė arba kobra, gimininga drakonui. Ši vietinių gerbiama ...
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