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Lord Buddha visited Mathura : See the evidence



Lord Buddha visited Mathura


          Mathura. The ancient story of Buddhist culture has been. The first statue of Lord Buddha also came out of Mathura's geology. Followers of Buddhism take education in Mathura.
Historians say that 42 Buddhist monks used to live in Yamuna on the banks of Mathura. Most of the idols of Lord Buddha were also made in Mathura. The Mathura Museum is the center of Buddha statues. In it there are two thousand year old idols of Lord Buddha. According to Buddhist texts, Lord Buddha came to Mathura. In the introduction of the 'Mathura Museum' written by Ramesh Chandra Sharma, the description of Lord Buddha's arrival in Mathura is also described.


              In the history of Buddhism, Acharya Upgupta, who hoisted the mantra of Mathura, was invited by Emperor Ashoka to Patiputra for religious discourses. Due to the scholarship of Acharya Upgupta, Mathura became the stronghold of the Buddhist sect. Former Arthritis assistant Shatrughan Sharma explains that Mathura was once very rich in terms of Buddhist philosophy.
Statue of Lord Buddha found out from Jamalpur hills in the state museum. The world famous statue of Lord Buddha was found near Jamalpur hill near Kachhari. This idol is considered in the best examples of Indian sculpture. Like the lotus of this idol, the eyes, the beautiful curly hair, the long ears, the shiny prakasarak bibhianasak Sangti, the rays of light of knowledge in all four directions. The most important part of the idol is meditation. Buddha statues have also been found from Bhuteshwar Tila, Kankali, Katra Keshavdev, Chamunda Tila, Govardhan, Saunch etc.





         The first statue found in Mathura - found in Buddha's first statue in Mathura, human form. It is believed that the first statue was built during the reign of Kanishka. This idol was found with Katra Keshavdev. The Buddha statue found from Maholi and the Bodhisattva of Anjouri also belong to this period.

It is a matter of surprise that Mathura has not received any examples of excellent stone carving from Maurya till now. An accountant column of Mauryal was also found in the Arjunpura mound, but now it is not known. As per the article of Chinese traveler Huansong, some stupas made of Ashoka were present in the 7th century.

In Mathura, about three years from E. Pu to XII century AD, the artisans of Mathura Art, for the purpose of 1.5 thousand years, Mathura's place is important in the history of Indian sculpture. Mathura School was at the highest peak of Kala Kala region since Kushan period. The most typical work that was done during this period was the standard symbol of Buddha. The artists of Mathura were impressed by the pictures of Buddha built in Gandhara Art. The records of Jain Tirthankars and Hindu paintings are also found in Mathura. His influential samples are still present in Mathura, Lucknow, Varanasi, Allahabad.


General Cunningham


General Cunningham visited Mathura again in 1871 and at this time they dig two skyscraps, skeletal mounds and Chobara mounds. From Katra Keshavadev, the skeletal mound settled at a distance of about half a mile in the south opened the vast reservoir of Mathura art. Where ever was a Buddhist Stupa. Cunningham Sahib captured the recorded figures from Kanishka's state-Samvat 5 to Vasudev's State Constituency 18. Chaubara Tala is a group of 12 dunes, which was once a stupa of Buddhists. There was also a metal made of gold from a mound of gold. Cunningham got another metal crusher from a second stupa which is currently in the Museum of Kolkata.