Wow! nice work Will... i only got to see 3 of em my dialup kept kicking out before the rest loaded. but Very nice work indeed!
Fantastic, Will. Thanks for bringing it over.
This is brilliant, will!
These are beautiful. Thank you.
Jetavana was one of the most famous of the
Buddhist monasteries in India. It was the second monastery donated
to Buddha, after the Veluvana in
Rajagaha. Jetavana is located just
outside the old city of Savatthi.
Jetavana was the place where Buddha gave many teachings and
discourses, more than in any other place. Mainly, this is because
Buddha spent 19 (out of 45) rainy-seasons (also pansah or vassa) at
Jetavana, more than in any other monastery  . It is said that
after the Migāramātupāsāda (a
second monastery erected at Pubbarama,
close to Savatthi) came into being, the Buddha would dwell
alternately in Jetavana and Migāramātupāsāda, often spending the
day in one and the night in the other (SNA.i.336).