|1.||Threshing Rice in Bandipur, Kashmir. The girl is using the mortar, or musala (cf. p. 25). (Photographed by Mrs. Arthur Schuster)||To face p. 14|
|2.||Site of Old Rājagaha, with the Gijjhakūṭi (Vulture Peak) Range, from Bāngangā Hill. (From a photograph sent by J. H. Marshall, Esq., Director General of Archæology, Simla)||To face p. 28|
|3.||Site of 'New' Rājagaha, built by King Bimbisāra, one mile from Old Rājagaha||To face p. 42|
|4.||On the Summit of Vulture's Peak (Gijjhakūṭi, or Gṛidhrakūṭa). (Both 3 and 4 were also sent for this work by Mr. J. H. Marshall)||To face p. 66|
'Lo! ask thyself again whence came thy son.
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|6.||Recent Excavations at Sahēṭh-Mahēṭh in Oudh, believed to be Sāvaṭṭhī, or Śrāvastī. In the Jeta-Vana, now called Sahēṭh. (Sent by J. H. Marshall, Esq.)||To face p. 110|
'But the Exalted Buddha now doth preach
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|8.|| 'Sweet overhead is the sough of the blossoming crests of the forest|
Swayed by the wind-gods.'
Forest Glade in North India. (Reproduced by the kindness of Messrs. Thacker, Spink and Co., Calcutta, from 'Cyclopedia of India,' vol. i.)
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