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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Sanchi: Photo 30

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And the Japanese?  This group came quickly, chanted together at Temple and Monastery 45, and left almost at once.  The temple, of which the ruined shell of the tower (sikhara) is visible here, dates from the eighth or ninth centuries--late in the Sanchi day. (The numbering of Sanchi's ruins goes back to Alexander Cunningham's The Bhilsa Topes, 1854.)

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