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In late December she managed to reach the city of Varanasi from where she travelled to Kolkata, lodging a complaint via the Japanese consulate on 26 December.
The victim had been living in India while studying rural life.
Even though the Buddhist texts are silent on the subject of monogamy or polygamy, the Buddhist laity is advised to limit themselves to one wife.
The 22-year-old woman had been taken to Bodh Gaya, the most sacred site in Buddhism where Gautam Buddha is said to have obtained enlightenment under a tree, by men posing as a tourist guides.
Pallav Kanti Ghosh, a Calcutta police commissioner, told BBC Hindi that two of the men - said to be brothers – had approached the victim at her hotel and said they would take her sight-seeing.“They took her to Digha [a beach resort in West Bengal] on 23 November,” he said.
“There they sexually assaulted her and robbed her of 76,000 rupees [£1,200] using her ATM card.”The woman was taken to Bodh Gaya, the holiest site of Buddhism and a major pilgrimage and tourist centre, where she was allegedly handed over to other gang members.
She was held captive and repeatedly assaulted for several weeks until she managed to flee on 26 September and reached Kolkata, where she contracted the Japanese consulate.
A Japanese student has allegedly been kidnapped and gang raped near the holiest site in Buddhism.