The Milindapañho or "Questions of Milinda"
is a Buddhist text which dates from approximately 100 BCE. It records a dialogue
in which the Indo-Greek king Menander I (Milinda in Pali) of Bactria, who
reigned in the second century BCE, poses questions on Buddhism to the sage
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