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The footprints of the Buddha are venerated in all Buddhist countries. They generally show all the toes to be of equal length, and often bear distinguishing marks - either a Dharma wheel or chakra at the centre of the sole, or the 32, 108 or 132 distinctive signs of the Buddha, engraved or painted on the sole and inscribed in a pattern. These footprints are at Hase-Dera Temple in Kamakura.
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The footprints of the Buddha are venerated in all Buddhist countries. They generally show all the toes to be of equal length, and often bear distinguishing marks - either a Dharma wheel or chakra at the centre of the sole, or the 32, 108 or 132 distinctive signs of the Buddha, engraved or painted on the sole and inscribed in a pattern. These footprints are at Hase-Dera Temple in Kamakura.