Sculptural fragment depicting stupa and devotees, from Bharhut, Madhya Pradesh, India, Sunga period, c. 100-80 B.C.E., reddish brown sandstone (Smithsonian, Freer Gallery of Art)


Sculptural fragment depicting stupa and devotees, from Bharhut, Madhya Pradesh, India, Sunga period, c. 100-80 B.C.E., reddish brown sandstone (Smithsonian, Freer Gallery of Art)

Sculptural fragment depicting stupa and devotees, from Bharhut, Madhya Pradesh, India, Sunga period, c. 100-80
B.C.E., reddish brown sandstone (Smithsonian, Freer Gallery of Art)

Cite this page as: Beth Harris, "Sculptural fragment depicting stupa and devotees, from Bharhut, Madhya Pradesh, India, Sunga period, c. 100-80 B.C.E., reddish brown sandstone (Smithsonian, Freer Gallery of Art)," in Smarthistory, February 15, 2016, accessed May 25, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/aniconic-vs-iconic-depictions-of-the-buddha-in-india/stupa-3/.