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Ariel Lewin, an American Ethnographer at Harvard University on Buddha birthplace

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 15, 2012

Ariel Lewin, an American Ethnographer at Harvard University shared her thoughts on Buddhist pilgrame to Lumbini archaeological site and the Budhha birth place also. She is a practising Buddhist and is of the opinion that Buddha’s birth-site is where the Ashokan pillar stands today, that is to say, present day Lumbini of Nepal:

One Response to “Ariel Lewin, an American Ethnographer at Harvard University on Buddha birthplace”

  1. Ariel Lewin,
    People make fun out of it without understanding the reality. The political hegemony does not the value of the truth and reality? The truth will prevail once people like you give your fact sheet. Thank you for your opinion.

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