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"Buddhist Structure"

Built by the revered Maha Bodhi Society in 1931, Mulgandha Kuti Vihar is a stunning deep brown temple whose architectural elements have to be seen to believed. Standing proudly amid the ruins of Sarnath, this temple sports a number of vibrant frescoes and murals specially created by the Japanese artist Kosetsu Nosu. A life-size golden statue of Buddha welcomes visitors into this holy enclave while a bell donated by the Japanese kings guards the entrance.
Dharmpal Road, Varanasi, India, 221010
"Buddhist Structure"
Built by the revered Maha Bodhi Society in 1931, Mulgandha Kuti Vihar is a stunning deep brown temple whose architectural elements have to be seen to believed. Standing proudly amid the ruins of Sarnath, this temple sports a number of vibrant frescoes and murals specially created by the Japanese artist Kosetsu Nosu. A life-size golden statue of Buddha welcomes visitors into this holy enclave while a bell donated by the Japanese kings guards the entrance.
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