Southern Gateway - Sanchi Stupa - Madhya Pradesh - India

Southern door is the eldest of every last one of entryways. The outside of the upper curve of the Southern Gateway outlines the blessing of nature in the type of sprinkle around then of the conception of Gautama which is symbolized by two elephants standing with their trunks raised. 

The center passage delineates King Ashoka's visit to the Ramagrama stupa. The most minimal entrance mostly comprises of enlivening lives up to expectations. The top opening of the inner part of the southern passage outlines Chhadanta Jataka, one of the volumes of Jataka (stories about the past life of the Buddha). Sovereign Ashoka's regal image, now our national Emblem, a four lion capital theme is delineated on the south door's column.

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