Buddhist Remains from Haryana
Haryana Occupies An Intermediary Position Between Gandhara And Mathura, Two Very Important Centers Of Buddhist Art. It Is For The First Time That All Relevant Literary And Archaeological Evidence Regardingbuddhism In This Region, Known Partially And Piecemeal Earliar, Has Been Presented In Book Form.
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