The Online Compendium of Indian Temples
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The Guldara stupa is not far from the village of Guldara in the Kabul Province of Afghanistan set on the summit of a high hill at the end of the Valley of Guldara. It appears to have been established in the late 2nd century CE, as it contained six gold coins of the Kushan king Vima Kadphises ruled c. 113-127 CE, the father of Kanishka I, and two from Huvishka, Kanishka's son, who is thought to have ruled c. 150-190 CE. None of the coins appears very worn, and the two Huvishka coins look to be in almost mint condition

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