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At its most basic, a stupa is a ceremonial burial mound used for the veneration of Buddhist saints and relics and the Buddha himself. It is used to put at the altar to enhance the altar and statues.
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The stupa is the oldest Buddhist religious monument. In prehistoric times, stupas were simply mounds of earth and stones (tumuli) – places to bury important kings away from the village. Twenty-five hundred years ago, at the time of Shakyamuni Buddha’s death, a change came about in the way stupas were regarded. A stūpa is a mound-like or hemispherical structure containing relics that are used as a place of meditation. A related architectural term is a chaitya, which is a prayer hall or temple containing a stupa.

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