What lies within? Copper Manuscript

October 07, 2017

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Found in Odisha, it is said to be a Buddhist Mahayana mansucript in Pali script hand-handhammered into copper plates.

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Imagine the trouble that went into creating this ….

Similar examples are seen in museums in East India.

This piece from the wovensouls collection is still under examination ..if anyone has any information about the category it will be good to learn more about this.

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