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Buddhism In India As Described By The Chinese Pilgrims by Kanai Lal Hazra. Ancient India As Described By Megasthenes And Arrian by John W Mccrindle. Magadhan Literature by Harprasad Sastry. Hindi Nationalism by Rai Alok. Report On The Excavations At Pataliputra, The Palibothra Of The Greeks by Austine L Waddell. Arvind N Das, The State of Bihar: an economic history without footnotes. Amsterdam: VU University Press 1992.
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Name of a Chinese monk-cum-pilgrim Hazra KL (2002) Buddhism in India as described by the Chinese pilgrims AD 399–689. Sheel K et al (eds) (2010) India on the Silk Road. Buddhist World Press, DelhiGoogle Scholar.
Name of a Chinese monk-cum-pilgrim. We know very little of Faxian’s early life in addition to what may be gathered from his own travel memoirs – A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms. As a clerical name, Faxian in Chinese literally means Revealing the Dharma. The Shi, which often precedes it, is an abbreviation of the clan name of the Buddha as Śākya signifying mighty in love, dwelling in seclusion and silence. Hazra KL (2002) Buddhism in India as described by the Chinese pilgrims AD 399–689. Munshiram Manoharlal, DelhiGoogle Scholar.
FAXIAN (fl. 399–418), Chinese Buddhist monk, translator, and the earliest successful Chinese Buddhist pilgrim to India. Hazra, Kanai Lal. Buddhism in India as Described by the Chinese Pilgrims ad 399–689. Faxian's family name was Gong; he was born in Wuyang in Pingyang Prefecture (in Shanxi province).
Kanai Lal Hazra is reader in the Department of Pali at the University of Calcutta. He is a Specialist in South-East Asian history, culture and civilization. His published works are: History of Theravada Buddhism in South-East Asia; The Buddhist Annals and Chronicles of South-East Asia; Royal Patronage of Buddhism in Ancient India; Buddhism in India as Described by the Chinese Pilgrims; and The Adi Buddha. The Utpala Dynasty (c. AD 855-56-939) The Lohara Dynasty (AD 1003-1771) Successors of the Loharas (c. AD 1171-1339)
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