The Pattern of the Spread of Buddhism: Evolution of Buddhist Archaeological Sites with Mangesh Dahiwale

In ‘The Pattern of the Spread of Buddhism’ Mangesh Dahiwale (INEB Executive Committee member) offers an insight into factors leading to spread of Buddhism such as the emergence of powerful Naga Kingdoms, the development in the Ganges belt, international trade & commerce, cosmopolitanism, education & learning, equisite art, promotion of health, and so on.

This session is part 4 of the Buddhist Intellectual Collective India Archeology lecture series.

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