- Sanskrit विहार (vi-hāra) (Wiktionary)
“In the chief hall of the vihara was a life-sized statue of Bhavani, the feminine aspect of Shiva.”
“They burn incense, light lamps, and perform all the prescribed services, day and night without ceasing, till ninety days have been completed, when (the tooth) is returned to the vihara within the city.”
“Ghochira was the name of a Vaisya elder, or head, who presented a garden and vihara to Buddha.”
“We must suppose that the original record had disappeared from the Jetavana vihara, or Fa-hien would probably have spoken of it when he was there, and copied it, if he had been allowed to do so.”
“The Jetavana vihara was originally of seven storeys.”
“Further, at the place where the discussion took place, they reared a vihara rather more than sixty cubits high, having in it an image of Buddha in a sitting posture.”
“Four le to the north-west of the vihara there is a grove called”
“When you go north-west from the vihara of the Deer-wild park for thirteen yojanas, there is a kingdom named Kausambi. 12 Its vihara is named Ghochiravana13 — a place where Buddha formerly resided.”
“South of the city seven le there is a vihara, called the”
“In front of the door of the vihara, there are parties who every morning sell flowers and incense,8 and those who wish to make offerings buy some of all kinds.”
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