|Rooted in ancient Indian architecture.
|Represents the enlightened mind and the path to awakening.
|A mound-like structure with various levels and a spire.
|Often white or gold, representing purity.
|Constructed as a Buddhist monument and meditation aid.
|Traced back to early Buddhist traditions.
|Common in Buddhist countries as sacred structures.
|Signifies the presence of Buddha's relics or important teachings.
|Architecturally diverse, with intricate details
|Conveys a sense of reverence and sacredness.