The East Gate of the Sanchi Tope India The great stupa or tope of Sanchi is the most important surviving monument of the Shunga era c BC It consists of a large hemispherical dome which was built over an already existing stupa ascribed to the rd century BC from the time of the Buddhist emperor Ashoka c BC Four elaborately carved gateways toranas were added to the stupa during the st century BC and the eastern gateway is depicted here From The Universal Geography with Illustrations and Maps division XV written by Elisee Reclus and published by Virtue Co Limited London
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