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2 edition of Kashmir & Tibet found in the catalog.

Kashmir & Tibet

Knight Capt.

Kashmir & Tibet

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Published by Mittal Publications, Distributed by Mittal Publishersʼ Distributors in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Jammu and Kashmir (India),
  • Tibet (China)
    • Subjects:
    • Knight, Capt,
    • Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Description and travel,
    • Tibet (China) -- Description and travel

    • Edition Notes

      Reprint. Originally published: 1863.

      StatementKnight.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.K24 K65 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 385 p., [17] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages385
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2692144M
      LC Control Number85901175


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From all accounts the present volume is a unique and indespensable eye-witness account of the fabulous lands of Kashmir, Laddakh and Tibet of more than years ago. It comes from the prolific pen of a writer who travelled in these in hospitable regions and difficult mountaneous country when travelling was nothing short of an adventure full of perils.

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There he discovered material that sheds new light on the life of Jesus.4/5(15). Note that in Journey into Kashmir and Tibet, we read not that Swami Abhedananda himself translated the text but that he managed to get someone to translate for him from a Tibetan text he could not read.

And note that the Saint Issa gospel is once again a scroll, a single document, a version of the story which Notovitch himself had since abandoned. The story of Swami Abhedananda’s journey to Kashmir and Tibet is interesting as well as full of historical references.

It is replete with detailed information regarding the spread of Buddhism in Tibet, China, Japan and Korea and also gives us a vivid picture of the life, manners, customs and Kashmir & Tibet book habits of the lamas. Tibet and Kashmir are synonymous with national security problems for the two most populous countries in the world; the emerging powers of China and India.

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A leaf out of the Chinese playbook Pallavi Aiyar Kashmir and the Northeast in India, Tibet and Xinjiang in China. All of these regions are home to peoples of a religion that is different from. beautiful valley of Kashmir to the Hindu Dogra ruler, Gulab Singh.

As Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir, he was at last able to include Kashmir as the ‘jewel’ among his other territorial possessions, which included Jammu, Ladakh, Baltistan and numerous hill states, through which flowed the river Indus and its tributaries to the east.

The Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Ancient Kashmir and Its Influences is a stylistic study of the corpus of stone sculpture, mostly fragmentary, in the Sri Pratap Singh Museum in Srinagar, and elsewhere in Kashmir, in comparison with other examples in collections both in India and abroad.

Explore Kashmir & Ladakh holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. Hindu Jammu and Katra, in the south, are the state's rail hubs and a major draw for domestic pilgrims. Muslim Kashmir is India's Switzerland, attracting hordes of local tourists seeking cool summer air, alpine scenery and Srinagar’s romantic houseboat accommodation.

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The swami went first to Kashmir, then to Tibet. There he discovered material that sheds new light on the life of Jesus/5(5). He was also involved in many allianced with the kings of Kashmir and Tibet.

Later, Mughals came to power in Ladakh, and when they left, Tibet invaded the area. In the 18th century, then king of Ladakh began started appointing elders to take control of all the village related matter. Many printing presses came up who used to produce religious texts.

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About the Book Buddhism in Kashmir has the contributions of sixteen professors from India, Hongkong, Moscow, Berlin, Kathmandu and Bangkok.

It details the work of Kashmiri masters in the transmission of sutras to China, the legendary visit of Lao-tzu to Kashmir, the role of Kashmiri teachers in Khotan and Tibet, the articulation of Vaibhasika doctrines by Sanghabhadra in a Chinese. Kashmir has been one of the most important centres for the spread and development of Buddhism.

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