By I-Ching, Latika Lahiri
Translation of the 7th century textual content Kao-Seng-Chuan (Biographies of Eminent priests) by way of the popular chinese language monk student I-Ching (A.D. 614-613). It involves biographies of fifty-six priests. one of the chinese language pilgrim-monk-scholars, who visited India.
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1 Next he reached 进 等 叙 Chia-pi-shih Kapiia, and worshipped the U晌位 of T athigata 如 泉 項 看 Ju*bU-ucig-ku. * He received very warm welcome from the king of the country where he stayed for four years. Then he proceeded towards South India. From there he sent various medicinal herbs to China. or^itMlBuddhiAStudics. He \m given a vivfd de$criptioa of the dtyofBalkh whicb was Imown as Kttlc R&jagr^A because to the follower* of Buddhist f«idi over there, fialth wac m important as in India. The largest monastery was the Nava S^Aghftrima was dtuitced outside the city, built by a former King.
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Sometimes he begged his food. He was a l^hc cater and it helped bhn to move easily. Me reached Shcn-chou, D m ae Land (China) and, it is said, entered into a monastic life in I-fu. He was very fond of long journey^ He travelled a lot in Chiu-chou* (China) and visited many places. He went to India; there he met I-ching in the Naiftndi monas tery. After some time at the age of fifty he left for North India. He was little more than fifty. 道方： 4 _ % Tao-fang Fa-shih. The Law Master Dhatmade^a was a nadve of Ping-chou, He 1«R.