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Deer and Antelope in India

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"the mriga in buddhism" - a web presentation
"the mriga in buddhism" - a web presentation

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The Mriga InBuddhism
A Web Presentation forFuture Discussions
John C. Huntington
Pazyryk Tattoo, ca. 400 BCE
The first sermon, one of four sides of astupa harmika, Gandhara ca. 2nd Century CEFreer Gallery of Art
©
, Washington D.C.
 
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1. Prologue what does “mriga” mean and how is it used ?2. A Harappan period prototype3. Is the Indic Buddhist mriga a deer or an antelope?A. Mauryan periodB. GanndharaC. Gupta period1) Ajanta2) SarnathD. Licchavi period (Nepal)1) [clarification] Who are the Buddhist of Nepal?2) symbol usage4. Drops out of use in most of the Indic Buddhist world exceptKarkota Kashmir and Pala Eastern Gangetic basinA. KashmirB. Eastern Indic5. Later use in Nepal by Tibetan communityA. At Swayambhu MahacaityaB. Tibetan example form LhasaThe End
 
1. Prologue what does “mriga” mean andhow is it used ?

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