The Great Buddhist Emperors of Asia

by Shibani Dutta | 2018 | 86,618 words

Summary: This study deals with the patronage of Buddhism in Asia by the ruling powers and nobility. It further discusses in detail the development of Buddhism under the patronage of the royal dynasties in the religious history of Asia right from the time of 3rd century B.C. (i.e., the reign of Ashoka) to the reign of Kublai Khan in 13th century A.C.

Source: shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in

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