Recent Examples of stupa from the Web
And within just one valley, the team found a variety of religious buildings, including Buddhist stupas, Zoroastrian fire temples, and Hellenistic sanctuaries with both Greek and Aramaic characters written on stone slabs.
Monks, nuns and laypeople go through their daily practices on a day during the December full moon festival at the Ruwanwelisaya stupa in the town of Anuradhapura.
And there are new additions to the collection on view for the first time such as a bell from Indonesia in the shape of a stupa.
Its soaring, gilded stupa gleams on a ridge overlooking a city of greenery and watery expanses which has retained links to the British colonial past that Kipling chronicled.
In Myanmar, people performed exercises near the Shwedagon pagoda, the landmark Buddhist stupa in Yangon.
With its sweeping view of the Shwedagon Pagoda, a glittering golden stupa and Myanmar’s top cultural attraction, the Esperado Lake View Hotel should be in an enviable spot.
Wangchuk, 50, plans to build up to 20 ice stupas, each capable of supplying millions of gallons of water.
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Origin and Etymology of stupa
First Known Use: 1876See Words from the same year
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