Buddhist Art & Antiquities of Himachal Pradesh, Upto 8th Century A.D.
In The Present Study, The Prevalence Of Buddhism In Himachal Pradesh And Adjoining Areas Has Been Evaluated On The Basis Of Different Archaeological Evidences Scattered Widely In The Form Of Ruined Structures, Images, Icons, Inscriptions And Coins Belonging To The Ancient Era.
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2nd century B.C. 8th century 8th century A.D. ancient arama archaeological architectural Ashoka associated Audumbara Audumbara coins Avalokiteshvara Beas valley Bharmaur bhikkhus Bhimakali Bijat devta Brahminical bronze Buddha Buddhist tradition chaitya Chamba Chandrabhaga valley complex cult Dehradun district deities Delhi devta temple dhamma doctrine esoteric established evidences existence flourished goddess Gugga Gupta Handa Hatkoti Himachal Pradesh Hiuen-Tsang Ibid India influence inscription interiors Jamuna Jaunsar-Bawar Kalsi Kanhiara Kapaleshvara Kashmir King known Kullu district Kuluta Kushana Kushana age Lahul Lakhamandal Lakshana Devi layout Mahasu devta Mahayana Mandi district monastery monastic monks motif mudra Naga Nagarjuna Nirmand numismatic º º op.cit pantheistic system period popular religion remained rishi Rudra Sahor sangha sangharamas Sarahan Satluj seated serpent Shaivism Shakti Shimla district Shiva shrine Siddha stone image structure stupa suggest Tantra tantric Buddhist temple at Sarahan Tibetan Tri-ratna Trilokinath Udaipur Uttar Pradesh vajra Vajravarahi Vajrayana Vedic viharas village worship