- Xuan Zang or Hsüan-tsang [Click for IPA pronunciation guide]. —n.
- In her final chapters Wriggins recounts Xuanzang's triumphal return
- only considers who Xuanzang was in a highly compressed introductory chapter. It is not man, in her account, is far less important than Xuanzang the voyager.
- 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.
- Foreign Religions in China
- One of the important figures in the history of Chinese Buddhism is Xuanzang, a Buddhist monk who lived in the seventh century during the Tang Dynasty. In his day, Buddhism had already spread to China from India via the Silk Road.
- Relics of religious tolerance
- Fax-Xian recorded in 400 that Buddhism was flourishing but Xuan-Zang, who visited India around 644, found Buddhism on the wane and Hinduism on the ascent in Gandhara. The Gandharan exhibition in New York has 70 rare artefacts on display.
- A Business Guide to Western China – Local Markets and Exotic Exports
- This was the route in fact taken by the Chinese Monk Xuanzang, immortalized by the Chinese literary epic “Journey to the West.” Marco Polo also travelled this route. Today the nearest border city south of Taxkorgan is Gilgit, in Pakistan.
- Critic's Notebook: Adventurous fare missing at Cabrillo
- The premieres at San Juan Bautista were Xuan Zang's atmospheric "Chaiayu," a horn concerto (with Kristin Jurkscheit as soloist), and Avner Dorman's bouncy, Baroque "Reflections," a Marin Nightcap.
- Xuanzang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Xuanzang (Chinese: 玄奘; pinyin: Xuán Zàng; Wade–Giles: Hsüan-tsang Sanskrit : ह्वेनसांग) (c.
- Xuanzang's Record of the Western Regions
- Xuanzang, wherever he bent his steps, has described the character of each country.
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