By I-Ching, Latika Lahiri
Translation of the 7th century textual content Kao-Seng-Chuan (Biographies of Eminent priests) via the popular chinese language monk pupil I-Ching (A.D. 614-613). It includes biographies of fifty-six clergymen. one of the chinese language pilgrim-monk-scholars, who visited India.
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