Xuanzang, 1997. The Great Tang Dynasty Record of the Western Regions, Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and Research.
Taisho vol 51 number 2087 920a -920b
A physical record of place and person as part of a travelogue
Research, N.C. for B.T.&, 1995. A Biography of the Tripitaka Master of the Great Ci’en Monastery of the Great Tang Dynasty, Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and Research.
Taisho vol 50 number 2053 244a -244b
The Teachings and personal character as well as topic
"Buddhist Phenomenology", if anything, understated the degree he deepened and complete his studies outside of Nalanda... especially here. The other teachers as well as Jeyasena on this leg of his trip were Yogacara specialists. This surprized me. You don't need Dan Lusthaus's parsed reason to "get it" about this.
By the way, the publishers of Wriggins, S., 2003. The Silk Road Journey With Xuanzang
, Basic Books, got back to me with an answer:
Thank you for your note to Sally Wriggins concerning Xuanzang's visit to Nalanda. You can appreciate that the records would be difficult to decipher from the distance of more than a millennium.
Thank you for your interest in Sally's book.
Ellen E. M. Roberts
Editor, Woodley Books
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