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Breathing Life into Monuments of Death: The Stupa and the 'Buddha Body' in Sanchi's Socio-Ecological Landscape

Shaw, J; (2019) Breathing Life into Monuments of Death: The Stupa and the 'Buddha Body' in Sanchi's Socio-Ecological Landscape. In: Kaul, S, (ed.) Eloquent Spaces Meaning and Community in Early Indian Architecture. Routledge India: New Delhi, India.

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Title: Breathing Life into Monuments of Death: The Stupa and the 'Buddha Body' in Sanchi's Socio-Ecological Landscape
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Language: English
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URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10034146
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