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Records of High Sanghans

Records of High Sanghans
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The Buddhist tradition is enhanced by a large body of literature containing truly moving and inspiring life stories of Sanghans monastics, who dedicated their bodies and lives to the preservation and propagation of the Sagely Teachings. Volume One covers the life stories of the first eminent Sanghans who brought the Buddhadharma from India to China and the adventures of those first Sanghans who withstood severe trials and hardships as they translated the first sutras from Indian languages into Chinese.

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