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They set about translating the vast canon of the Buddha's teaching. Xuanzang
learned about Buddhism from their work - until he himself undertook it, there was
no translation by a Chinese. But the more the Chinese learned from their Indian ...
I showed him the brochure, saying I was interested to find out more about their
teaching. He laughed, passing the brochure to Dr Mishra without even a glance: '
If I were you, I wouldn't believe a word of it. How many teaching staff does it say ...
He was Shilabhadra's teacher. Xuanzang had studied at the feet of Shilabhadra
for five years, received the most profound teaching, and finally understood
Yogacara. The wisdom had come down from this man, to whom Yogacara and he
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This book is the story of a journey of self-discovery and faith written by a friend of ours, Sun Shuyun. Sun grew up in central China during the Cultural Revolution, but her paternal grandmother to ... Read full review
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Fascinating travel account of a woman retracing the footsteps of the great Chinese monk Xuanzang, who brought many of the great Buddist scriptures back to China. Read full review