Vietnamese Buddhist Art

by Nguyen Ngoc Vinh | 2009 | 60,338 words

Summary: This essay studies Vietnamese Buddhist Art in South and South East Asia Context.—In the early spread of Buddhism to Vietnam, three primary sources are investigated: Chinese histories, Sanskrit and Pali literature and local inscriptions and art: Initially Buddhist sculptures were carried from India to Vietnam by monks and traders. The research are of this study extends to neighboring regions such as Cambodia, Thailand, and Indonesia.


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