The Chaukandi Stupa is believed to mark the site where the Buddha (re)encountered his first disciples [the group of five ascetics], following his Awakening.
Faxian See pp111 (chapter 34) of "Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms" by Fa-Hien, as Translated by James Legge.
Xuanzang See p46 of Vol 2 Buddhist Records of the Western World.
Wikipedia entry on this Stupa
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