While the buddhist korean monk hyechos travels beginning 723 ad are undoubtedly extraordinary surely on par with faxian or xuanzang and potentially could have made for an extraordinary memoir his actual memoir is equally extraordinarily unrewarding for anyone but a specialist in india or buddhism especially with india where the indigenous sources are so neglectful that a single puzzling sentence of hyecho is nevertheless a major find. The hye cho diary memoir of the pilgrimage to the five regions of india hyecho han sung yang yun hua jan shotaro iida laurence w preston translation of memoir of a korean buddhist monk rediscovered in 1908 in the library cave of mogao caves who traveled to indian and then as far as saudi arabia on a pilgrimage before returning to china. India description and travel buddhist pilgrims and pilgrimages india series religions of asia series berkeley calif more in this series unesco collection of representative works more in this series religions of asia series no 2 notes english and korean a reproduction of the manuscripts and its critical edition p . The hye cho diary memoir of the pilgrimage to the five regions of india translation text and editing by yang han sung et al also titled memoir of the pilgrimage to the five regions of india author hyecho 8th century other authors yang han sung published berkeley calif asian humanities press seoul korea po chin . Hye cho diary a memoir of the pilgrimage to the five regions of india price 2000 translated and edited by yang jan iida and preston details the first english translation of the travel diary of a korean buddhist monk who traveled from his homeland to india in the eighth century while the chinese buddhist pilgrims have been much studied hye chos pilgrimage has not been given the
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