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During the time of 's and , Buddhism was mostly limited to North Eastern India and not common in North Western India, where the formed.

  • Some of the earliest known Buddhist artifacts found in China are small statues on "money trees", dated circa AD 200, in typical Gandharan style: "That the imported images accompanying the newly arrived doctrine came from Gandhara is strongly suggested by such early Gandhara characteristics on this "money tree" Buddha as the high ushnisha, vertical arrangement of the hair, moustache, symmetrically looped robe and parallel incisions for the folds of the arms.

  • The motif was adopted extensively throughout the Indian sub-continent, Atlas being substituted for the Indian in the monuments of the around the 2nd century BC.

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Left: Greek wind god from , 2nd century.

  • Ironically, most of the remaining art from Afghanistan still extant was removed from the country during the Colonial period.

  • New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.




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