Kukkutarama was a Buddhist monastery in Pataliputra in eastern India, which is famous as the location of various "Discourses at the Kukkutarama Monastery", and for the eponymous "Kukkutarama sutra". Kukkutarama was also a Buddhist in Kosambi.
- Lahiri, Bela (1974). Indigenous states of northern India, circa 200 B.C. to 320 A.D. University of Calcutta. p. 31.
"ashoka the search for indias lost empire" by charles allen kukkutarama built by ashoka soon after his conversion to buddhism.and organised a great 3rd buddhist council. amalaka stupa outside the monastery is commemoration to asokas death. mentioned in his writings faxian (fahien)in 5CE also recorded by zuanzang (huan tsang)in 7CE both buddhist monks visited at different times called ashoka as wu you wang chanese name to ashoka means "with out feeling sarrow"
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