The Travels of Fa-Hien

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Being an Account by the Chinese Monk Fa-Hien
of his Travels in India and Ceylon (A.D. 399-414)
in Search of the Buddhist Books of Discipline.

Translated and annotated with a
Korean recension of the Chinese text



1886. The Clarendon Press, Oxford.
4to. Pp. xvi, 123+ 45 with Chinese text.
With one sketch-map and 9 full page illustrations.
Original half cloth on printed boards. Consists of three parts:
the translation of F.-hien's narrative of travels;
copious notes; and the Chinese text.
The illustrations are taken from a Hang-ch.u edition of "A history of Buddha"

1899. The Clradendon Press, Oxford: Second edition.
Issued as Two parts bound in one.

1965. Paragon Book Reprint, New York: xii + 123 + 49 pp. 8vo. 9 plates.

1991, 1998. New Delhi, India: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Illus., pp. xvi + 184

2000. Etext prepared by John Bickers, and Dagny,

2005. Reformated from plain text to HTML for LakdivaBooks.
This HTML edition still requires contents and the Maps and Nine Illustrations from the 1886 published translation.

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