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Submitted by karthik on 17 July 2016

The stupa, adorned with sandalwood carvings, is strikingly similar to the stupa in Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh. The mound, which is about 65 yards round the base, rises about 17 feet with steps from the eastern side.

Round the mound the foundation of a brick and stone wall can be clearly traced about 56 feet to the north and south and about 96 feet to the east-west of the mound.

In the middle of the southern wall, there seem to be the remains of a gate, and in the middle of the east wall there was the main entrance, reveals the dilapidated board right outside the stupa.

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