Bamboo Grove; 1 Definition(s)

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General definition (in Buddhism)

[Bamboo Grove in Buddhism glossaries]
Veluvana in Pali, Venuvana in Sanskrit. The first monastery (Bodhi mandala) in Buddhism located in Rajagaha. It was donated by the elder Kalanda and built by King Bimblisara of Magadha.(Source): Buddhist Door: Glossary

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