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CHEBROLU, Saturday, September 27, 2014

Buddhist artefacts discovered in Chebrolu

The discovery of thoranam, placed in front of the Maha Stupa, and the earlier discovery of several Buddhist artefacts point to the fact that the Maha Stupa at Chebrolu could have been a major Buddhist site of the Satavahana and Ikvakshu times »
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HYDERABAD, Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Old-timers recall grandeur of Residency

In the bustling and crowded streets of Koti, stands a majestic building, complete with neo-classical features, a grand flight of steps, an impressive facade, and a regal bearing which precedes the... »
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VISAKHAPATNAM, Monday, September 1, 2014

The vanishing edifices of Bheemunipatnam

The town of Bheemunipatnam, 20 km. from here, is not only the second oldest municipality in the country, but has a rich heritage of both Buddhist and Colonial period. Historians say that the town... »
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