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  1. Record of the Buddhistic kingdoms by ca 337-ca. 422 Fa-hsien, Herbert Allen Giles, 2010-07-29
  2. Record of the Buddhistic kingdoms translated from the Chinese by by Fa-hsien. ca. 337-ca. 422., 1877-01-01
  3. A Record of Buddhistic kingdoms: being an account by the Chinese monk Fa-hsien of travels in India and Ceylon (A.D. 399-414) in search of the Buddhist books of discipline
  4. A Record of Buddhistic kingdoms: being an account by the Chinese monk Fa-hsien of travels in India and Ceylon (A.D. 399-414) in search of the Buddhist books of discipline by Faxian, 2000-03-01

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Biographical note. Chinese Buddhist monk, who, between 399 and 414 travelled to India to bring back Buddhist scriptures. His journey is described in his work A Record of Buddhistic
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5. THE TRAVELS OF FA-HIEN - Preface
The Travels of FaHien Home PREFACE Several times during my long residence in Hong Kong I endeavoured to read through the Narrative of Fa-hien; but though interested with the
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In the meantime I kept studying the subject of Buddhism from various sources; and in 1878 began to lecture, here in Oxford, on the Travels with my Davis Chinese scholar, who was at the same time Boden Sanskrit scholar. As we went on, I wrote out a translation in English for my own satisfaction of nearly half the narrative. In the beginning of last year I made Fa-hien again the subject of lecture, wrote out a second translation, independent of the former, and pushed on till I had completed the whole. The want of a good and clear text had been supplied by my friend, Mr. Bunyiu Nanjio, who sent to me from Japan a copy, the text of which is appended to the translation and notes, and of the nature of which some account is given in the Introduction, and towards the end of this Preface. The present work consists of three parts: the Translation of Fa-hien's Narrative of his Travels; copious Notes; and the Chinese Text of my copy from Japan. The Chinese narrative runs on without any break. It was Klaproth who divided Remusat's translation into forty chapters. The division is helpful to the reader, and I have followed it excepting in three or four instances. In the reprinted Chinese text the chapters are separated by a circle in the column. In transliterating the names of Chinese characters I have generally followed the spelling of Morrison rather than the Pekinese, which is now in vogue. We cannot tell exactly what the pronunciation of them was, about fifteen hundred years ago, in the time of Fa-hien; but the southern mandarin must be a shade nearer to it than that of Peking at the present day. In transliterating the Indian names I have for the most part followed Dr. Eitel, with such modification as seemed good and in harmony with growing usage.

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15. Faxian
Faxian zhcn法显. Faxian (Fa-Hien, or Fa-hsien) (ca. 337 - ca. 422), Chinese Buddhist monk, who, between 399 and 414 travelled to India to bring back Buddhist scriptures.
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Faxian (Fa-Hien, or Fa-hsien) (ca. - ca. Chinese Buddhist monk, who, between and travelled to India to bring back Buddhist scriptures. His journey is described in his work A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms Being an Account by the Chinese Monk Fa-Hien of his Travels in India and Ceylon in Search of the Buddhist Books of Discipline The following is from the Introduction to the translation of that work by James Legge Nothing of great importance is known about Fa-hien in addition to what may be gathered from his own record of his travels. I have read the accounts of him in the Memoirs of Eminent Monks , compiled in A.D. , and a later work, the Memoirs of Marvellous Monks , by the third emperor of the Ming dynasty (A.D. 1403-1424), which, however, is nearly all borrowed from the other; and all in them that has an appearance of verisimilitude can be brought within brief compass. His surname, they tell us, was Kung, and he was a native of Wu-yang in Ping-Yang, which is still the name of a large department in Shan-hsi. He had three brothers older than himself; but when they all died before shedding their first teeth, his father devoted him to the service of the Buddhist society, and had him entered as a Sramanera, still keeping him at home in the family. The little fellow fell dangerously ill, and the father sent him to the monastery, where he soon got well and refused to return to his parents. When he was ten years old, his father died; and an uncle, considering the widowed solitariness and helplessness of the mother, urged him to renounce the monastic life, and return to her, but the boy replied, I did not quit the family in compliance with my fathers wishes, but because I wished to be far from the dust and vulgar ways of life. This is why I chose monkhood. The uncle approved of his words and gave over urging him. When his mother also died, it appeared how great had been the affection for her of his fine nature; but after her burial he returned to the monastery.

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Faxian Traditional Chinese Simplified Chinese Pinyin :Fǎxiǎn); also romanized as Fa-Hien or Fa-hsien ) (ca. - ca. ) was a Chinese Buddhist monk who traveled to Nepal India and Sri Lanka to acquire and take back to China Buddhist scriptures between and . His journey is described in his work A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms, Being an Account by the Chinese Monk Fa-Hien of his Travels in India and Ceylon in Search of the Buddhist Books of Discipline . He is most know for his pilgrimage to Lumbini , the birthplace of Lord Buddha. On Faxian's return to China he landed at Laoshan in modern Shandong province, 30km east of the city of Qingdao . After landing, he proceeded to Shandong's then-capital, Qingzhou , where he remained for a year translating and editing the scriptures he had collected. His work is not only one of the world's greatest travel books, but is filled with invaluable accounts of early Buddhism, and the geography and history of numerous countries along the so-called Silk Roads at the turn of the 5th century CE.

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