Bodh Gaya (inhabited place)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph showing part of a stone trellis railing at the Maha Bodhi temple with medallions whose centres feature floral motifs, a ?lion, two men and a goat; and a head. The top railing is a frieze with repeated depictions of sea monsters biting mermaids' hands.
Photograph showing part of a stone trellis railing at the Maha Bodhi temple with medallions whose centres feature floral motifs, an elephant, a mermaid, a centaur, two men approaching a doorway and a tree within a fence.
'60 / C.6 / 225 / Gaya. Buddha Gaya. Ancient pillar, now in the Mahanets' court, with medallion A.S.R. I, plate X, no. XXIII', 1913
Photograph showing a pillar at the Maha Bodhi temple with 2 medallions featuring a man seated on a ?lotus flower, and (defaced) 3 people seated on a bed.
Photograph of the Mahabodhi temple at Bodh Gaya and surrounding grounds. Taken from a high platform near the temple.
151 x 115 mm.
Dagaba (or receptacles for relics) at Buddh Gaya, Behar [i.e. Bodh Gaya, Bihar]: the place where Siddartha Gaudama became the Buddha or the 'Enlightened One', 1912
154 x 116 mm.