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Hiuen Tsang

Xuanzang. or Hsüan-tsang. (born 600, Guoshi, China—died 664, Chang'an) Chinese Buddhist monk and pilgrim to India.

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The memories of Chinese Buddhist Scholars in connection with
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Harsha's reign the Chinese pilgrim Hiuen Tsang visited Ahicchcitra, about 635. AD.
MARAGUDA VALLEY EXCAVATIONS
traveller Hiuen Tsang who visited the bustling city during the 1st half of the 7th century Hiuen Tsang who extensively travelled in India from 630–. 645 A.D.
Art and Culture in Ancient Kashmir
Growth and Development of Oriental Libraries in India
Hiuen-Tsang, another Chinese traveler, visited India during 629-645 A.D.

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Ancient site in Pakistan found, lost and found again
An ancient site that Chinese traveller Hiuen Tsang 1400 years ago described as the "tallest architectural building" in this part of Asia has been found again in Pakistan after it receded into oblivion following its excavation over a century back.
Long discovered Buddhist site brought to light
Hiuen Tsang (Xuan Zang) in particular visited it during his travels in 629AD-645AD and called it the “tallest It is estimated that the stupa was equivalent to a present day 13-storey building.
Vanished Buddhist site rediscovered in Pakistan
A Chinese pilgrim Hiuen Tsang visited the site during 629AD-645AD and called it the 'tallest architectural building' in this part of Asia. It is estimated that the stupa was equivalent to a present day 13-storey-tall building.
We are the world
Centuries ago, the Buddhist monks, Fa Hien and Hiuen Tsang, came to India from China to learn about India and documented their experiences.

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Xuanzang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BANGLAPEDIA: Hiuen-Tsang
Hiuen-Tsang seventh century Chinese Buddhist pilgrim who has left behind an account about India and Bengal.
Hiuen Tsang (691) | Amar Chitra Katha: Indian Stories for Children
Hiuen Tsang's services to the spread of Buddhist knowledge in China are inestimable.
Hiuen Tsang Memorial Nalanda Bihar India
Hiuen Tsang Memorial is built in the memory of the great Chinese traveler, Hiuen Tsang, who visited India during Gupta period.
Hiuen Tsang definition of Hiuen Tsang in the Free Online
Xuanzang. or Hsüan-tsang. (born 600, Guoshi, China—died 664, Chang'an) Chinese Buddhist monk and pilgrim to India.

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