Chapter 18 - Examining a Fifth-century Bilingual Votice Stone Stupa in China
This chapter describes Examining a Fifth-century Bilingual Votice Stone Stupa in China by Tsui Chunghui located on page 375 in the book Buddhist Monasteries of South Asia and China compiled by Sanjay Garg. This book comprises 18 papers that were presented by leading archaeologists and art historians from South Asia and China at an international conference on ‘Buddhist Monasteries in South Asia and China’ organized by the Society for Buddhist Art and Archaeology (SBAA) in New Delhi in December 2015.
Buddhism binds the two most populated regions of the world-South Asia and China. This volume aims to provide fresh insights and information on new sites and place them along with the earlier known ones in a wider cultural landscape. This paper is named: Examining a Fifth-century Bilingual Votice Stone Stupa in China— and was originally published by Tsui Chunghui.
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