10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «FA-HSIEN»
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The Travels of Fa
(399-414 A.D.), Or Record of the ...
This 1923 edition of The Travels of Fa-hsien was translated into English by H. A. Giles (1845-1935).
The Travels of Fa
(399-414 A.D.), or Record of the ...
the travels of Fa-hsien in the various countries, which should be called, by way of
distinction, The Greater Narrative of Fa-hsien. With regard to the text of the
Record, there are certain points which deserve attention. For instance, "the
Fa-hsien, Herbert Allen Giles
Pilgrimage: From the Ganges to Graceland : an Encyclopedia
Fa-hsien Chinese Buddhist pilgrim through whose efforts many important
Buddhist texts entered China. Fa-hsien (his name is sometimes written Fa Xian
and means “Splendor of Religious Law”; circa 337–circa 430) trained as a monk
in the ...
Linda Kay Davidson, David Martin Gitlitz, 2002
The Hye Ch'o Diary: Memoir of the Pilgrimage to the Five ...
Fa-hsien The first Buddhist pilgrim who has left an account of his travels was the
monk Fa-hsien. In his small work, Fa-hsien has recorded his travels to Central
Asia, India and Ceylon. Fa-hsien was a native of Shansi; he left home at three ...
Hyechʻo, Han-sŭng Yang, 1984
Literature of Travel and Exploration: An Encyclopedia
An Encyclopedia Jennifer Speake. Lesser Snow Mountain, where Hui-ching, one
of the three members of the party, died. Fa-Hsien traveled on to Lakki, where he
passed the summer retreat in 403, after which he went on to Mathura via Harana
A History of Chinese Civilization
The first pilgrim to gain fame by leaving an account of his extensive travels in the
oasis region, India, and South-East Asia was Fa-hsien. Leaving Ch'ang-an in 399
, when he was over sixty years of age, he was to visit Kucha, Khotan, Kashgar, ...
Indian Buddhism: A Survey with Bibliographical Notes
This Chinese work is the record of the pilgrimage of Fa-hsien (ca. A.D. 339-420)
through India. Fa-hsien started from Ch'ang-an, which was then the capital of
northern China, for India in A.D. 399, when he was sixty-one years of age.
Buddhist Saints in India: A Study in Buddhist Values and ...
Fa-hsien (fl. 399-418 C.e.; journey to India, 399-412) (Beal 1869) and Hsdan-
tsang (596?- 664 C.e.; journey to lndia, 627-645) (Watters 1904-5) provide a
considerable amount of information on the Indian Buddhist cult of arhants at the
times of ...
Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia, Volume 3: The ...
The characters for the name Fa-hsien are the same as those of the famous Fa-
hsien who traveled to India ca. 400-415. Although it could refer to another monk
ofthe same name, it is more likely to refer to the famous Fa-hsien who traveled ...
A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms
Among his many books are The Life and Teaching of Confucius (1867), The Religions of China (1880), and the 50-volume Sacred Books of the East (1879-1891).
James Legge, Faxian, 2005
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «FA-HSIEN»
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Xi'an, Buddhism And Modi – Analysis
Fa Xian (Fa-hsien: A.D. 4th-5th century), the Chinese Buddhist monk who came to India in AD 399 in search of Buddhism, came from Xi'an. «Eurasia Review, May 15»
Literary ties between Sri Lanka and China
There are well-known travel accounts of Fa-Hsien, in the fifth century and Hsien Tsang and I Tsing in the seventh century." He further mentions ... «The Island.lk, Sep 14»
Veneration, blessings and a show of all shows
This caught the eye of the Chinese traveller Fa-Hsien who described its colour and vibrancy as a splendid feat. With the capital being moved to ... «The Sunday Times Sri Lanka, Aug 14»
Sri Lankan-Born Former American Diplomat Meet with the Chinese …
The famous Chinese Buddhist Monk Faxian (Fa-hsien) visited Sri Lanka in the early fifth century and returned home with Buddhist scriptures. «Asian Tribune, Feb 14»
Stress management - a benefit of tourism
Following remarks of Fa-Hsien on Sri Lanka, illustrate these facts well. “The people of various countries heard how pleasant the land was, and ... «eTurboNews, Jan 14»
The Tooth Relic: symbol of royal authority
The Chinese monk, Fa-Hsien who studied scriptures at Anuradhapura for two years between 411-413 A.D describes the Tooth Relic festival ... «Ceylon Daily News, Jul 12»
Roads and bridges in pre-modern Sri Lanka
According to the fifth century Chinese traveller Fa-Hsien, the roads and streets in the city of Anuradhapura were excellently laid out and ... «Ceylon Daily News, Jun 12»
Mihintale: monastic complex of two thousand monks
According to the Chinese traveller Fa-Hsien who studied Buddhist scriptures at Anuradhapura for two years between 411-413 A D, there were ... «Ceylon Daily News, May 12»
An ancient village, a ruin by the sea and stories of pearls from …
It appears that the Chinese traveller - Fa-Hsien, who arrived in the island in 411 A.D.; and the Arab traveller, Ibn Batuta, who visited in 1344 A.D., reported ... «Sunday Times.lk, Mar 12»
A Chinese monk's India sojourn
Faxian, or Fa-Hsien, to give him his traditional Romanized spelling, came to Udyana (or as we know it today, Swat), Gandhara (Kandahar), ... «Livemint, Dec 11»