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Psycho-cosmic symbolism of the Buddhist stūpa
Anagarika Govinda, Lama, 1898-1985.
Publication Information:
Berkeley, Calif. : Dharma Pub., [1976]

Physical Description:
xviii, 102 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
General Note:
Consists of the author's Some aspects of stupa symbolism, to which is added an article originally published in 1950 in Marg under title: Solar and lunar symbolism in the development of stūpa architecture.

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Central Library NA6000 .G68 1976 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks

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