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14 January 2006

Xuanzang on the Silk Road
Xuanzang on the Silk Road
by Sally Hovey Wriggins

Xuanzang, a seventh century Buddhist pilgrim, made a historic pilgrimage to India along the Silk Road, one of the longest and oldest trade routes known to mankind. Along with silk and less glamorous articles of trade, the great trans-Asian roads carried ideas and religions which were to prove far more significant than silk. ...

A detailed article by the author of Xuanzang: A Buddhist Pilgrim on the Silk Road, Boulder, Westview Press/Harper Collins 1996.

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