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16 Buddhist stupas found at Nateshwar

The Daily Star, Jan 31, 2016

Excavation on for 1,000-year-old site

Munshiganj, Bangladesh -- Sixteen Buddhist stupas, around 1,000-year-old, have recently been unearthed at Nateshwar in the district with a rich archaeological background.

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40 Buddhist relics unearthed at Moghalmari in a single day

by Sujay Khanra & Jhimli Mukherjee Pandey, TNN, Jan 24, 2016

KOLKATA/MIDNAPUR, India -- The ancient site at Moghalmari witnessed much excitement on Sunday morning when around 40 bronze artifacts, dating back to fifth and sixth centuries, tumbled out of the earth, as the state archaeology department re-launched excavation of the Buddhist vihara after a gap of two years. The digging work coincided with a two-day Moghalmari Festival inaugurated on Sunday.

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Seven ancient Buddhist caves found in Mumbai

by Clara Lewis, TNN, Jan 17, 2016

MUMBAI, India -- Seven caves have been discovered in the forests of the sprawling Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivli, on the northern fringes of the city.

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Evidence of Buddhist monastery found

by B. Madhu Gopal, The Hindu, December 20, 2015

Retrieved objects indicate that the site flourished between 3 century BC and 8 century AD

Vommili, India -- A treasure trove of historical evidence of immense heritage value has been by found by archaeologists at the Vommili village of V. Madugula mandal in the district recently.

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Adurru Buddhist site lies ignored

by B.V.S. Bhaskar, The Hindu, December 16, 2015

Adurru, India -- As Amaravati steals the centrestage and gets top priority as Andhra Pradesh capital, lesser-known Buddhist sites in Andhra Pradesh seem to be getting the Nelson’s eye. There is hardly any infrastructure or basic amenities in two important places in East Godavari where Buddhism had its roots.

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