By By M. Winternitz.Translated by Mrs. S. Ketkar (and Miss H. Kohn), and revised by the author.
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Would seem to prove that the Pali Canon w a s in existence in Nepal in the 8th and 9 t h centuries. that the MS. w a s taken from Ceylon t o Tibet. B u t it is possible So also, when w e find that Chinese and Tibetan translations betray familiarity with Pali texts, it is possible that t h e translators had been in Ceylon. C. Our main witnesses to this are the inscriptions of King A soka. ). Davids, have Cf. been pointed out, for instance, by also Minayeff, R. , p. , and Mrs. , London, 1924, pp.
On palaeo– graphic A grounds (with repairs and additional buildings in the 2nd century). History of Fine A rt in India V. A . Smith, and Ceylon, Oxford, 1911, p. 73 ff. ascribes the Sānchī stūpas to the period between 150 and 100 B . C . , but in his Early History (1924), p. " See alse A . ; A . Foucher, The Beginnings London, 19l7‚ pp. ; J. H. , 627 ff. Only the earliest portions of the monuments, of which little has been preserved, go back to Aêoka's time. Cf. Qrünwedel, 1. c , p. Rapson in Cambridge History, I, p.
627 ff. Only the earliest portions of the monuments, of which little has been preserved, go back to Aêoka's time. Cf. Qrünwedel, 1. c , p. Rapson in Cambridge History, I, p. 523. 24 ; Foucher, 1. c ‚ , p. , p . 627 j BUDDHIST LITERA TURE 17 remnants of the stūpa of Bharhut are at present among the most precious treasures in the Indian Museum at Calcutta, while we are as yet able to admire the magnificent remains of the stūpas of Sanchi in their original place. The railings and gateways of the stūpas of Bharhut and Sānchī are covered with reliefs and inscriptions of inestimable value.
A History of Indian Literature. Volumen II by By M. Winternitz.Translated by Mrs. S. Ketkar (and Miss H. Kohn), and revised by the author.