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Satdhara (सतधारा) is a village in Bhopal district in Madhya Pradesh. Satdhara is an archaeological site consisting of stupas and viharas, located 9 km west of Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh, India.[1][2][3]


Jat Gotras


Sanchi and surrounding stupas

There are in all four groups of stupas surrounding Sanchi within a radius of twenty kilometers: Bhojpur and Andher in the southeast, Sunari to the southwest, and Satdhara to the west.[4] Further south, about 100 km away, is Saru Maru.

All these stupas were searched by Major Cunningham, who most of the time took the relics found in the center of the stupas to England. He donated them to the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.[5]


सतधारा (AS, p.931): ज़िला भोपाल, मध्य प्रदेश में स्थित एक ऐतिहासिक स्थान है। साँची के निकट इस स्थान से एक प्राचीन बौद्ध स्तूप के भीतर से सम्राट अशोक के समकालीन सारिपुत्र 'उपतिस्या' और 'महामौग्गलायन' नामक प्रसिद्ध धर्म प्रचारकों के अस्थि अवशेष प्राप्त हुए थे। इन्हीं के अवशेष सांची स्तूप से भी मिले थे।[6]

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