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Mara (demon) and Phra Mae Thorani should be included. The encounter between the two was THE pivotal moment making possible enlightenment of the Buddha, according to what's in this on-line study guide by Dr. Richard M. Cooler (Last updated: 11/02/09). "The Enlightened Buddha" (Illustrated study guide). The art and culture of Burma, Chapter III The Pagan period : Burma's classic age - 11th To 14th centuries, Part 4 §D Sculpture, ¶2a. SEAsite, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University. Retrieved 6:17 PM 1/20/2011. "The purpose of this on-line study-guide and course-outline is to make text and visual materials on the arts of Burma readily and inexpensively available, in particular to students and teachers."Check date values in: |date=, |accessdate= (help)