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" Mynpooree, (seven miles) : formerly it was of greater extent and importance than at present, which was owing to its being situated on the high road from the Upper Provinces. In the afternoon went to look at a Jain temple, which was erected about forty... "
Tours in Upper India, and in Parts of the Himalaya Mountains; with Accounts ... - Page 53
by Edward Archer - 1833 - 356 pages
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Tours in Upper India, and in Parts of the Himalaya Mountains: With ..., Volume 1

Edward Caulfield Archer - Bengal (India : Presidency). - 1833
...new. Plain flat country ; vegetation tolerably good ; wheat, barley, doll, &c. &c. Dec. 31. — To Bowgong (eight miles and a half,) country flat and...affinity of the large sculptures in Elephanta and EUora to this worship : true it is, that the above image is in all of the caves of those two places....
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Tours in Upper India, and in Parts of the Himalaya Mountains: With ..., Volume 1

Edward Caulfield Archer - Bengal (Presidency) - 1833
...new. Plain flat country ; vegetation tolerably good ; wheat, barley, doll, &c. &c. Dec. 31. — To Bowgong (eight miles and a half,) country flat and...suppose to have been prior to the Braminical, and 54 MYNPOOREE. they trace the affinity of the large sculptures in Elephanta and Ellora to this worship...
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The Round Towers of Atlantis

Henry O'Brien - History - 2002 - 524 pages
...the following statement by Archer. " In the afternoon," says he, " I went to look at a Jain temple. It was a neat building, with an upper story. The idol is Boadh. There is a lattice verandah of brick and mortar round the shrine, and there are small cupboards,...
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The Round Towers of Ireland Or the Mysteries of Freemasonry

Henry O'Brien - History - 2007 - 536 pages
...the following statement by Archer. " In the afternoon," says he, " I went to look at a Jain temple. It was a neat building, with an upper story. The idol is Boadh. There is a lattice verandah of brick and mortar round the shrine, and there are cupboards, in...
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The round towers of Ireland; or, The mysteries of freemasonry, of sabaism ...

Henry O'Brien (A.B.) - 1834
...the following statement by Archer. " In the afternoon," says he, " I went to look at a Jam temple. It was a neat building, with an upper story. The idol is Boadh. There is a lattice verandah of brick and mortar round the shrine, and there are smaU cupboards,...
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