In the 8th century, Nalanshandirba was invited to the International Medical Conference in Tibet. Earlier we mentioned that 2 Chinese pilgrims, Syuan Tzan (629-645 C.E.) and Tsin (675-695 C.E.), reported Mongolian students among foreign scholars at the University of Nalanda. This verifies that the Mongolians studied Buddhism, particularly medicine, starting from at least Jujan’s...
Mongolian means the “Lightened Tower”, also called “Sand City”. Dunhuang was an ancient town serving as a strategic locale along the Silk Road that crossed from India to Lhasa reaching Mongolia and southern regions of Siberia. Today, Dunhuang is a town in the northwestern part of the Gansu province measuring 31200 Km with a population...
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