The earliest inscriptions and the architecture of Buddhism were influenced by the Greek traditions in the following ways:
- The earliest images of the Buddha and Bodhisattas based on the Greek models.
- These sculptures were recovered from the northwestern part of India, in cities such as Taxila and Peshawar the establishment of the Indo-Greek rulers was present.
- The Buddhist images were very close to the Greek statues. These statutes became the symbol for early Indian art.
- However, the earliest discovered inscriptions were inferior to the Greek inscriptions. But still, these inscriptions became the symbol of the beauty of the ancient art in India.