Published August 30, 2005
by Trubner & Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||478|
Si-yu-ki, Buddhist records of the Western world; Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags) Want more? Advanced embedding . Buddhist Records Of The Western World: Translated From The Chinese Of Hiuen Tsiang, Ad [Samuel Beal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Buddhist Records Of The Western World: Translated From The Chinese Of Hiuen Tsiang, Ad Author: Samuel Beal. Contents of this online book (+ / -) The full text of the Buddhist records of the Western world (Xuanzang) in English is available here and publically accesible (free to read online). Of course, I would always recommend buying the book so you get the latest edition. You can see all this book’s content by visiting the pages in the below index:Released on: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Xuanzang, approximately Si-yu-ki. London, Trübner & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
SI-YU-KI. BUDDHIST RECORDS OF THE WESTERN WORLD, TRANSLATED FROM THE CHINESE oF HiUEN TSIANG}(A.D. }. c H 5 oia vv -Usavtef a BY SAMUEL BEAL, B.A. (TRIX. COL. CAMB.), R.N. (RET. Si-Yu-Ki book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Buddhist Records of the Western World, Volume I” as Want to Read: (Chen I), was a Chinese Buddhist monk, scholar, traveller, and translator who described the interaction between China and India in the early Tang dynasty/5. About the Book: The Chinese Buddhist Pilgrims visited India during the early centuries of the Christian era. The Buddhist literature of China contains the records of their travels, the authenticity of which is vouchsafed by the fact that they embody the testimony of independent eye-witnesses as to the facts related in them The Principles Chinese Buddhist Pilgrims who visited India and . Xuanzang's Record of the Western Regions (BOOK ONE) composed by the Buddhist pilgrim in at the request of the Tang Emperor translated by Samuel Beal () Xuanzang was a Chinese Buddhist monk and translator who traveled across the Tarim basin via the northern route, Turfan, Kucha, Tashkent, Samarkand, Bactria, then over the Hindu Kush to India.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Xuanzang, approximately Si-yu-ki. Buddhist records of the Western World. New York, Paragon Book Reprint Corp., Quellenkunde zur indischen Geschichte bis Chinesische Quellen 2. Zum Beispiel: Xuanzang (玄奘): Buddhist records of the Western world (大唐西域記), book VIII/IX. Note: The beginning of this Book consists of an introduction, written by Chang Yueh, the author of the prefaceJul.. If we examine in succession the rules of the emperors, or look into the records of the monarchs, when P'au I began to adjust matters and Hien-yuen began to let fall his robes, we see how they administered the affairs, and first divided the limits of the empire. DOI link for Si-Yu-Ki Buddhist Records of the Western World Si-Yu-Ki Buddhist Records of the Western World book Translated from the Chinese of Hiuen Tsiang (A.D. ) Vol ICited by: