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A 1000 year old magic square called "Chautisa Yantra" at Parshvanath Jain temple in Khajuraho, India. Chautisa means 34 - this magic square sums up to 34. In this magic square each row, column, diagonal, 2x2 sub-square, the corners of each 3x3 and 4x4 square, the two sets of four symmetrical numbers (1+11+16+6 and 2+12+15+5), and the sum of the middle two entries of the two outer columns and rows (12+1+6+15 and 2+16+11+5) This is a MOST PERFECT MAGIC SQUARE of the order 4x4.
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