went to India, I had heard of the celebrated Gates of Somnath, and on visiting Agra I made it a duty to make sketches of them. I may explain that Somnath was a Hindoo city, in Western India, acwith a temple celebrated for its rich endowments. ... in South Kensington not only a model of the Sanchi Tope from Central India, but a perfect fac-simile of one of its gates. ... The lotus figures largely upon it, and if we analyse the signification given to this fiower by both Buddhist and Brahmins, weanbsp;...
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