2 edition of Buddhist Records of the Western World found in the catalog.
|Statement||Trubner & Co|
|Publishers||Trubner & Co|
|LC Classifications||August 30, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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159] from its very character. But a note in the text states that 'O'Shu-kia is the Sanskrit form of Wu-yau; the latter in the Chinese form, signifying "sorrowless. In a moment they cut off his hands and feet, and pounded his body in a mortar, till all the members of his body were mashed up together in confusion. But with regard to the rules of politeness observed Buddhist Records of the Western World the prince and his subjects, between superiors and inferiors, and with respect to laws and literature, the land of "the lord of men" is greatly in advance.
Going along the mountains 300 li or so south-east, we enter the Iron Gates.demons and pretas and "the lost. 102] superiority among his successors. The offspring is a wild species of horse dragon horsedifficult to tame and of a fierce nature. Pray, who is your master, and what the system you profess, that you are so gladsome and contented? " Julien translates it as though Buddha called the Bhikshu by cracking his fingers. The king addressed the Arhat and said, "Thanks to my acquired merit in former births, I have got by promise my kingly authority, but in consequence of my faults I did not, by meeting Buddha, obtain conversion.
The figure was 11 feet 5 inches high ; the two knees were 8 feet 8 inches apart, and the two shoulders 6 feet 2 inches. In the middle of it is a large stone house. Samuel Beal graduated in 1847 from Trinity college, Cambridge.
Lately the son of the Khan Yeh-hu or She-hubelonging to the Turks, becoming rebellious, Yeh-hu Khan broke up his camping ground; and marched at the head of his horde to make a foray against this convent, desiring to obtain the jewels and precious things with which it was enriched.
The report echo of his eloquent discourses resounded through the world. The route they took is not well ascertained; but probably they followed the course of the Tarim and of the Khotan rivers.
Would that the king in pity might forgive my former faults! 72 That is, as it seems, in the place where the king was living.
Here he sat down cross-legged.
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It looks outside like a great mountain, and within it is many tens of feet wide.
The report echo of his eloquent discourses resounded through the world.