Buddha's Bones

“Buddha’s bones on display to public”:http://www.sulekha.com/redirectnh.asp?cid=309383

bq. The bones were found during the 1958-1962 excavation by noted archaeologist AS Altekar of a Buddhist monastery at Vaishaligarh, 35 kilometres from Patna, capital of the Bihar state. “The bones of Lord Buddha were found in a casket made of a stone along with a gold plate, zinc coin and glass beads,” Ms Aggrawal said. The bones have been authenticated by archaeologists.

Did not know that they had discovered Buddha’s bones.

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  1. Srijith, In India there is a lab in Lucknow I think, which does the carbon dating related stuff. I remember reading about it during the Gulf of Cambay excavations.

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