By Dr. W. F. Stutterheim
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37 ) A. H. Francke, Antiquities of Indian Tihet I, p. 80, pl. XXXI b. CHA~I BARAB~UR 27 terraced pyramid, however, has also undergone some change as the four sides have acquired outward projections so that, like in the monument on Java, the base has become polygonal. Moreover, in the vertical terrace walls niches have been made which formerly contained buddha statues, with the result that this monument can be connected both with Gandhära and with Java. Something similar is to be found in a younger stüpa, the Rin-chen-bzang-po stüpa of Bas-go of the 10th century 38), whilst several other examples might be quoted.
However, although a meaning may be deduced from the extant data, the critical scholar should not rest content and he must continue to Iook for means to obtain a greater measure of security than the communis opinio is able to give him. For this purpose we must be enabled to realize clearly what the monument is through its form and its plan: the solution of the problern of its form will automatically provide a satisfactory answer to the question concerning its significance. Qi Barabugur without, however, finding an answer.
The published or only for a small part, I believe it useful to indicate at least their numbers in order to show that the connection I merely indicated in passing can very weil be demonstrated. During the excavations at Nälandä the Asiatic Society had these pictures taken of j ätaka-reliefs and of wall decorations, the plans of which show a very strong resemblance to those of C:ailendra buildings on Java. The photographs nos. 1304, 1308, 1309. 1310 and 1318 show the decorations, whilst photo no.
Studies in Indonesian Archaeology: Publication commissioned and financed by the Netherlands Institute for International Cultural Relations by Dr. W. F. Stutterheim