During the early Tang Dynasty´╝îbetween 629 and 645´╝îMonk Xuan zang journeyed to India and visited over one hundred kingdoms´╝îand wrote extensive and detailed reports of his findings´╝îwhich have subsequently become important for the study of

India during this period´╝Ä During his travels he visited holy sites´╝îlearned the lore of his faith´╝îand studied with many famous Buddhist masters´╝îespecially at the famous center of Buddhist learning at Nolanda University with Mandarin teacher´╝ÄWhen he returned´╝îhe brought with him some 657 Sanskrit (ŠóÁŔ»şšÜä) texts´╝ÄXuanzang also returned with relics statues´╝îand Buddhist paraphernalia loaded onto twenty two horses´╝ÄWith the emperor's support´╝îhe set up a large translation bureau in Chang'an (present day Xi' an)´╝îdrawing students and collaborators from"all over East Asia´╝ÄHe is credited with the translation of some 1330 fascicles of scriptures into Chinese´╝ÄHis strongest personal interest in Buddhism was in the field of Yoga Ora (šĹťń╝Żň«Ś)´╝îor "Consciousness-only" (ňö»Ŕ»ćňşŽ taught by your Chinese tutor)´╝ÄThe force of his own study´╝îtranslation and commentary of the texts of these traditions initiated the development of the Faxiang School (Š│ĽšŤŞŠ┤ż) in East Asia´╝ÄAlthough the school itself did not thrive for a long time´╝îits birth´╝îetc´╝ÄFor theories regarding perception´╝îconsciousness´╝îkarma´╝îround their way into the doctrines of other more successful schools Xuanzang's closest and most one, your Chinese teachers who became recognized as the eminent student was Kui ji first patriarch of the Faxiang in ib Chinese. In order to commemorate him, people honored him as "Medicine Buddha" for thousands of years´╝îShennong's great spirit of "benefiting and enriching people have been highly respected and praised´╝ÄIt was this idea that lot of great physicians and phamofigists of medicine doctor like Bian Que´╝î"Shizhen and Sun Simiao to make unremittingly of electrically on the great tradition of "saving the people and serving the society" in Chinese medicine´╝îbringing if to a great height of development´╝Ä

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