Pagodas sentence example
- There are many fine pagodas and monastic buildings in the town.
- The pagodas at Chidambaram are the oldest in the south of India, and portions of them are gems of art.
- The lid itself simply lifts off and is decorated with a round inlaid cork picture, which features pagodas, cranes and pines.
- There are ancient temples and countless colorful pagodas, havens of calm and tranquility as well as bustling markets full of noisy bargaining.
- Many crosses have been destroyed and replaced with Buddhist pagodas.Advertisement
- Among the 8 tomb pagodas of the Dalai Lamas, the 5th tomb is the most extravagant.
- Props such as buildings, pyramids, pagodas, palm trees, sphinx, dragons, Eiffel Tower and so much more are available to turn your room into a different place.
- Pagodas usually have an odd number of levels (often just one in smaller structures), and may be square, rectangular or octagonal in structure.
- Japanese or Chinese gardens might also have pagodas available for wedding ceremonies or receptions.
- Fans, pagodas, birds, butterflies, geishas, and fish are subjects for her paintings.Advertisement
- Above it are some bare rocky hillocks, picturesquely studded with pagodas.
- C. funebris is a native of the north of China, where it is planted near pagodas.
- The bestowal of alms, offerings of rice to priests, the founding of a monastery, erection of pagodas, with which the country is crowded, the building of a bridge or rest-house for the convenience of travellers are all works of religious merit, prompted, not by love of one's fellowcreatures, but simply and solely for one's own future advantage.
- The population is mainly Mahommedan, and there are only two Buddhist pagodas.
- It is a large town with wide and airy streets, and is adorned with pagodas, gateways and other buildings of considerable pretension.Advertisement
- They paid their annual rent of 1200 pagodas (say £50o) to the deputies of the Mogul empire when Aurangzeb annexed the south, and on two several occasions bought off a besieging army with a heavy bribe.
- Among the innumerable ruins may be seen those of palaces, pagodas, churches and fortifications, the departed glories of which are recorded in the writings of the early European travellers who first brought Siam within the knowledge of the West, and laid the foundations of the present foreign intercourse and trade.
- From 1751 to 1755 the island and its pagodas were the object of frequent contests between the French and the English.