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  1. www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/...
    This panel tells the story of the conversion of the Buddha's half-brother, Nanda. He was initially skeptical of joining the Buddhist order, wanting to instead remain ...
  2. www.mfa.org/collections/object/conversion-of-nanda...
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  3. www.flickr.com/photos/28772513@N07/8575198677
    Aug 13, 2005 · Panel showing the conversion of Prince Nanda, the younger half-brother of the Buddha. British Museum online database entry 249780. circa 100 and circa 299 AD.
  4. www.indologie.uni-muenchen.de/.../zin_2006_conversion.pdf
    The Story of the Conversion of Nanda in Borobudur Monika Zin The methods established for the identification of Indian Buddhist narrative reliefs and paintings are
  5. saigan.com/heritage/painting/ajanta/ajanta12.html
    Conversion of Nanda, Cave 16: Black is Beautiful Many heroines of Ajanta are dark complexioned. Perhaps contemporary taste included black as an attractive complexion ...
  6. d6.mfa.org/collections/object/conversion-of-nanda...
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  8. padmanaabh.blogspot.com/2010/07/buddha-way-of-conversion...
    Jul 05, 2010 · Nanda was reluctant to take to sanyasa. Buddha made him so. He advised him detail about his ancestors who took Sanyasa at a proper time. He Convinces Nanda ...
  9. www.rightdiagnosis.com  › Diseases
    Conversion Disorder information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.
  10. www.academia.edu/6115587/The_Story_of_the_Conversion_of...
    The Story of the Conversion of Nanda in Borobudur, in: Vanamālā, Festschrift für Adalbert Gail, Berlin 2006, pp. 265-75