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'''Bamboo Grove''' (Skt. ''veṇuvana''; Tib. [[འོད་མའི་ཚལ་]], [[Wyl.]] ''’od ma’i tshal'') — the famous bamboo grove near [[Rajagriha]] where the [[Buddha]] regularly stayed and gave teachings. It was situated on land donated by [[King Bimbisara]] of Magadha and, as such, was the first of several landholdings donated to the Buddhist community during the time of the Buddha.
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'''Bamboo Grove''' (Skt. ''veṇuvana''; Tib. [[འོད་མའི་ཚལ་]], [[Wyl.]] ''’od ma’i tshal'') — the famous bamboo grove near [[Rajagriha]] where the [[Buddha]] regularly stayed and gave teachings. It was situated on land donated by King [[Bimbisara]] of Magadha and, as such, was the first of several landholdings donated to the Buddhist community during the time of the Buddha.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:18, 9 June 2019

Bamboo Grove (Skt. veṇuvana; Tib. འོད་མའི་ཚལ་, Wyl. ’od ma’i tshal) — the famous bamboo grove near Rajagriha where the Buddha regularly stayed and gave teachings. It was situated on land donated by King Bimbisara of Magadha and, as such, was the first of several landholdings donated to the Buddhist community during the time of the Buddha.