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" Brahma has been established from the most remote antiquity in this secluded valley, where, in truth, there are nearly as many temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants, there not being a fountain, a river, or a hill within its limits, that is... "
The General chronicle and literary magazine - Page 54
1811
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 5

English literature - 1811
...temples in the valley of Nepaul, is fully corroborated by Colonel Kirkpatrick, who informs us, that ' there are nearly as many temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants.' Twenty of the former of most consideration are named and briefly described ; and he enumerates no less...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 1

Asia - 1816
...of Brahma has been established from the most remote antiquity in the Nipal valley, where there are as many temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants ; there not being a fountain, river, or hill within its limits, that is not consecrated to some one or other of the Hindoo deities....
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An Account of the Kingdom of Nepal: And of the Territories Annexed to this ...

Francis Hamilton - Ethnology - 1819 - 364 pages
...has been established from the most remote antiquity in this secluded valley, where there are nearly as 'many idols as inhabitants, there not being a fountain, a river, or hill within its limits, that is not consecrated to one or other of the Hindu deities." What idea the...
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On the Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature: With ..., Volume 1

Charles Bucke - Nature - 1823
...provisions with them; and the festival is called the " Mela." In the Nepaul valley, we are told, there are as many temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants; there not being a hill, a river, or a fountain, that is not consecrated to some one or other of the Hindoo deities '...
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On the beauties, harmonies and sublimities of nature: with remarks ..., Volume 1

Charles Bucke - 1837
...provisions with them ; and the festival is called the " Mela." In the Nepaul valley, we are told, there are as many temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants ; there not being " Conquest of Cuttack, by an Officer. Asiat. Journ. vp 12. hill, river, or fountain, that is not consecrated...
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The Lost Solar System of the Ancients Discovered, Volume 2

John Wilson (writer in astronomy.) - Pyramids - 1856
...of Brahma has been established from the most remote antiquity in the Nepaul valley, where there are as many temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants, there not being a fountain, river, or hill within its limits that is not consecrated to some one or other of the Hindoo deities....
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The lost solar system of the ancients discovered. [With] Appendix

John Wilson (writer on astronomy.) - 1856
...of Brahma has been established from the most remote antiquity in the Nepaul valley, where there are as many temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants, there not being a fountain, river, or hill within its limits that is not consecrated to some one or other of the Hindoo deities....
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Notes on Nepal

Eden Vansittart - Ethnology - 1992 - 212 pages
...room to donht that the religion of Brahma has been established from the most remote antiquity in tint secluded valley, where, in truth, there are nearly...temples as houses, and as many idols as inhabitants.] • Asoka, King of Pntna, reigned from 256 to 219 BC, over the whole of Northern India, including Kashmir....
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Account of the Kingdom of Nepal

Francis Buchanan Hamilton - History - 1995 - 316 pages
...has been established from the most remote antiquity in this secluded valley, where there are nearly as many idols as inhabitants, there not being a fountain, a river, or hill within its limits, that is not consecrated to one or other of the Hindu deities." What idea the...
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Account of the Kingdom of Nepaul

W. Kirkpatrick - Nepal - 1996 - 412 pages
...since the sacred books of the Hindoos scarcely leave any room to doubt that the religion of Bramha has been established from the most remote antiquity...structure of masonry, about breast high, and from two to three feet in diameter ; over this work is placed a circular plate of brass, called Dhurmadhat Munsera,...
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