Where was the dhvaja located in ancient India?
Dhvaja ('victory banner'), on the roof of Jokhang Monastery. Dhvaja in Hindu or vedic tradition takes on the appearance of a high column (dhvaja- stambha) erected in front of temples. Dhvaja, meaning a flag banner, was a military standard of ancient Indian warfare. Notable flags, belonging to the Gods, are as follows:
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