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Unearthing a culture
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Sushanta Patronobish A Buddha engraving on a wall of the monastery site excavated at Moghalmari.

Recent excavations at the Moghalmari site in West Bengal’s Pashchim Medinipur district have yielded extensive evidence of an ancient Buddhist culture. By SUHRID SANKAR CHATTOPADHYAY


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