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Hiuen Tsang, a 'Chinese pilgrim who came to India in A.D.629, was the most distinguished Buddhist Scholar of his times. He stayed in India for 16 long years, traveling extensively and holding discussion with Buddhist scholars all over the country. A keen intellect, an enquiring mind, profound scholarship and, above all, a deep attachment to India, were the hallmarks of his impressive personality.

Hiuen Tsang's services to the spread of Buddhist knowledge in China are inestimable. His story illustrates of the human spirit in the face of heavy odds.

 

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Hiuen Tsang (Paperback Comic Book)

Item Code:
IDJ043
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2008
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ISBN:
9788184820041
Language:
English
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9.4" X 7.0"
Pages:
30
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Weight of the Book: 75 gms
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About the book:

Hiuen Tsang, a 'Chinese pilgrim who came to India in A.D.629, was the most distinguished Buddhist Scholar of his times. He stayed in India for 16 long years, traveling extensively and holding discussion with Buddhist scholars all over the country. A keen intellect, an enquiring mind, profound scholarship and, above all, a deep attachment to India, were the hallmarks of his impressive personality.

Hiuen Tsang's services to the spread of Buddhist knowledge in China are inestimable. His story illustrates of the human spirit in the face of heavy odds.

 

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