Skip to main content
European Commission logo
English English
CORDIS - EU research results
CORDIS

Dynamics in Buddhist Networks in Eastern Central Asia, 6th-14th Centuries

Publications

Buddhism and Confucianism in the Tangut State

Author(s): Kirill Solonin
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 8, 2019, Page(s) 1-18, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Center for Religious Studies (CERES)
DOI: 10.13154/er.8.2019.8472

Tibetan Texts from Kharakhoto on the Cult of Vajravārāhī

Author(s): Alexander Zorin
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.8, 2024, Page(s) 140, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.303

Law and Slavery on the Silk Roads: How did Buddhist Monks and Nuns Participate in the Slave Trade?

Author(s): Cuilan Liu
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 3.2, 2022, Page(s) 26, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.251.230

Introduction to Speculative Thinking: An Unidentified Work of rMa bya Byang chub brtson ’grus (d. 1185) in Tangut Translation

Author(s): Zhouyang Ma
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 1.5, 2022, Page(s) 62, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.244.221

Buddhist and Indian Elements in the Onomastics of the Iranian Manichaean Texts

Author(s): Iris Colditz
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 11.6, 2020, Page(s) 22, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Center for Religious Studies (CERES)
DOI: 10.46586/er.11.2020.8710

Giving and the Creation of Merit: Buddhist Donors and Donor Dedications from 10th Century Dunhuang

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 4.3, 2020, Page(s) 38, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.152.128

Turfan: Connecting with Seleucia-Ctesiphon

Author(s): Erica C. D. Hunter
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 11.6, 2020, Page(s) 18, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Center for Religious Studies (CERES)
DOI: 10.46586/er.11.2020.8779

The Buddhist Temples in Dunhuang: Mid–8th to Early 11th Centuries

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 5.2, 2021, Page(s) 100, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.186.164

On the the Use of Mudrās in Dunhuang’s Buddhist Rituals During the 9th to 10th Centuries

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.4, 2021, Page(s) 29, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.178.152

The Ritual Use of Human Effigies in the Esoteric Buddhist Literature from Karakhoto

Author(s): Haoran Hou
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.3, 2022, Page(s) 24, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.256.235

The Sogdians and Their Religions in Turfan: Evidence in the Catalogue of the Middle Iranian Fragments in Sogdian Script of the Berlin Turfan Collection

Author(s): Christiane Reck
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 11.6, 2020, Page(s) 18, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Entangled Religions
DOI: 10.46586/er.11.2020.9222

Toward A Typology of Chödrup’s (Tib. Chos Grub, Chin. Facheng 法成) Cursive Handwriting: A Palaeographical Perspective

Author(s): Channa Li
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 1.2, 2021, Page(s) 62, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.191.169

Toward a History of Chödrup’s (fl. First Half of 9th C., Tib. Chos grub, Chin, Facheng 法成) Monastic Activities: An Introduction and a Working Chronology

Author(s): Channa Li
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 1.3, 2024, Page(s) 70, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.304

Avalokiteśvara and the Longing to Return Home: Stein Painting 3 from Dunhuang

Author(s): Imre Galambos
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 4.4, 2022, Page(s) 34, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.232.204

Inside Out: The Social Life of a Pair of Inscribed Book Covers from Ancient Khotan

Author(s): Ruixuan Chen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 6.3, 2021, Page(s) 40, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.196.173

Lurching Towards a Canon: Mahāyāna Sūtras in Khotanese Garb

Author(s): Ruixuan Chen
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 11.6, 2020, Page(s) 22, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Entangled Religions
DOI: 10.46586/er.11.2020.8774

Text, Act and Subject: A Proposed Approach to the Future Study of Old TibetanPrayer

Author(s): Lewis Doney
Published in: Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, Issue 60, 2021, Page(s) 49-83, ISSN 1768-2959
Publisher: Centre de recherche sur les civilisations de l'Asie orientale (CRCAO)
DOI: 10.13154/294-11097

Tibetan Ritual Texts and the Uṣnīṣavijayādhāraṇī on the First Panel of IOL Tib J 466

Author(s): Lewis Doney
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.7, 2023, Page(s) 42, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.266.243

Ritual and Worship in Medieval Chinese Buddhism: On Mañjuśrī's Formless Worship as Reflected in the Dunhuang Material

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Issue 44, 2021, Page(s) 485-525, ISSN 0193-600X
Publisher: Peeters Online Journals
DOI: 10.2143/jiabs.44.0.3290300

Ne Hāḍe Vajrropamä Vaśärä: Indic Loanwords in the Khotanese Book of Zambasta and the Chronology of the Spread of Buddhism to Khotan

Author(s): Diego Loukota
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 1.7, 2023, Page(s) 34, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.274.246

The Vajragarbha Bodhisattva Three-Syllable Visualisation: A Chinese Buddhist Sādhana Text from Tenth Century Dunhuang

Author(s): Amanda K. Goodman
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.5, 2022, Page(s) 65, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.245.222

Manichaeism and Buddhism in Contact: The Significance of the Uyghur History and Its Literary Tradition

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 14 (2), 2023, Page(s) 20, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Centre for Religious Studies (CERES)
DOI: 10.46586/er.14.2023.9645

The Complexity of Religious Traditions in Quanzhou 泉州 under Mongol Rule: An Inscription from Chunyang 純陽 Cave in Mt. Qingyuan 清源, Quanzhou

Author(s): Masaki Mukai
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 11.6, 2022, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Entangled Religions
DOI: 10.46586/er.11.2022.9746

Buddhist Indian Loanwords in Sogdian and the Development of Sogdian Buddhism

Author(s): Pavel B. Lurje
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 11.6, 2020, Page(s) 42, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Center for Religious Studies (CERES)
DOI: 10.46586/er.11.2020.9279

Dunhuang Buddhist Texts in Transition: A Note on the Chan Buddhist Material in P. 2104

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 7.3, 2022, Page(s) 22, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.222.196

Five Old Uyghur Abhidharma Texts Containing Brāhmī Elements

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 1.1, 2019, Page(s) 24, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.112.98

Conveying India to the Pamir and Further Away: On Divine Hierarchy and Political Paradigms in Buddhist Texts

Author(s): Cristina Scherrer-Schaub
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper Special Issue: Ancient Central Asian Networks. Rethinking the Interplay of Religions, Art and Politics across the Tarim Basin (5th–10th c.), Issue 6.1, 2019, Page(s) 39, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.119.104

Introduction: Ancient Central Asian Networks

Author(s): Erika Forte
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper Special Issue: Ancient Central Asian Networks. Rethinking the Interplay of Religions, Art and Politics across the Tarim Basin (5th–10th C.), Issue 6.1, 2019, Page(s) 7, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.115.100

The Eight Great Protectors of Khotan Reconsidered: From Khotan to Dunhuang

Author(s): Rong Xinjiang, Zhu Lishuang
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper Special Issue: Ancient Central Asian Networks. Rethinking the Interplay of Religions, Art and Politics across the Tarim Basin (5th–10th C.), Issue 6.1, 2019, Page(s) 39, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.117.102

Brahmanical Deities in Foreign Lands: The Fate of Skanda in Buddhist Central Asia

Author(s): Ciro Lo Muzio
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper Special Issue: Central Asian Networks. Rethinking the Interplay of Religions, Art and Politics across the Tarim Basin (5th–10th c.), Issue 6.1, 2019, Page(s) 33, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.116.101

Tibetan Dominion over Dunhuang and the Formation of a Tibeto-Chinese Community

Author(s): Tokio Takata
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper Special Issue: Central Asian Networks. Rethinking the Interplay of Religions, Art and Politics Across the Tarim Basin (5th–10th c.), Issue 6.1, 2019, Page(s) 20, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.118.103

Guiyijun and Buddhism at Dunhuang: A Year by Year Chronicle

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 4.2, 2019, Page(s) 31, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.125.111

Tibetan Tantra and Chinese Esoteric Buddhism in the Melting Pot: A Study of a Chinese Recension of the Twenty-Eight Vajra Precepts

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.2, 2019, Page(s) 33, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.124.110

Donors and Image in Dunhuang: A Case Study of OA 1919,0101,0.54

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 4.1, 2019, Page(s) 25, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.121.107

A Padmapāṇi Spell-Amulet from Dunhuang: Observatio on OA 1919,0101,0.18

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.1, 2019, Page(s) 26, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.123.109

The Bodhisattva Mañjuśrī, Mt. Wutai, and Uyghur Pilgrims

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 5.4, 2020, Page(s) 39, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.131.118

Embodying the Divine in Tantric Ritual Practice: Examples from the Chinese Karakhoto Manuscripts from the Tangut Empire (ca. 1038-1227)

Author(s): Carmen Meinert
Published in: Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, Issue 50, 2019, Page(s) 56–72, ISSN 1768-2959
Publisher: Centre de recherche sur les civilisations de l'Asie orientale (CRCAO)
DOI: 10.13154/294-7079

On Meditation Caves and Cave-dwelling Ascetics in Dunhuang, 9th to 13th Centuries

Author(s): Henrik H.Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 5.1, 2020, Page(s) 36, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.150.127

The Life and Times of Daozhen — a Saṃgha Leader and Monk Official in Dunhuang during the 10th Century

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 5.3, 2020, Page(s) 30, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.13154/rub.br.144.121

Dynamics in Buddhist Transfer in Eastern Central Asia 6th–14th Centuries: A Project Report

Author(s): BuddhistRoad Team
Published in: Medieval Worlds, Issue 8, 2018, Page(s) 126-134, ISSN 2412-3196
Publisher: Institute for Medieval Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences
DOI: 10.1553/medievalworlds_no8_2018s126

"Light on ""Art in the Dark"" : on Buddhist practice and worship in the Mogao Caves"

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 5.6, 2022, Page(s) 40, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.200.177

On the Office of Saṃgha Overseer in Dunhuang during the Period of Guiyijun Rule

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 5.5, 2021, Page(s) 44, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.187.165

Bodhidharma, Meditation and Medicine: A Fragmented, Buddhist Medical Text from Dunhuang

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 3.1, 2023, Page(s) 48, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.262.239

The Action Phurpa ('phrin las phur pa) from the Eightfold Buddha Word, Embodying the Sugatas (bKa' brgyad bde gshegs 'dus pa), Revealed by Nyang-rel Nyima Özer (1124-1192, Tib. Myang ral Nyi ma 'od zer)

Author(s): Cathy Cantwell
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 7.2, 2020, Page(s) 137, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.156.132

Telling Infelicities and Hidden Intelligibility: The ‘Interlingual Questions’ from the Samyé Debate in Tibet (792–794)

Author(s): Ding, Yi (Allan)
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 1.4, 2022, Page(s) 47, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.203.178

On the Margins: Between Beliefs and Doctrines Within Tibetan-Ruled Dunhuang Scribal Culture

Author(s): Lewis Doney
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 1.6, 2023, Page(s) 42, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.265.242

The Phurpa Root Tantra of Nyang-rel Nyima Özer’s (1124–1192, Tib. Myang ral Nyi ma ’od zer) Eightfold Buddha Word, Embodying the Sugatas (Tib. bKa’ brgyad bDe gshegs ’dus pa) Corpus: A Thematic Overview and Philological Analysis

Author(s): Dylan Esler
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 7.1, 2020, Page(s) 145, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.155.131

The “Brilliant Teaching”: Iranian Christians in Tang China and Their Identity

Author(s): Max Deeg
Published in: Entangled Religions, Issue 11.6, 2020, Page(s) 13, ISSN 2363-6696
Publisher: Center for Religious Studies (CERES)
DOI: 10.46586/er.11.2020.8674

Production of Tantric Buddhist Texts in the Tangut Empire (11th to 13th c.): Insights from Reading Karakhoto Manuscript ф 249 + ф 327 Jingang haimu xiuxi yi [The Ritual of the Yogic Practice of Vajravārāhī] in Comparison with Other Tantric Ritual Texts

Author(s): Carmen Meinert
Published in: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (JIABS), Issue 44, 2021, Page(s) 441-484, ISSN 0193-600X
Publisher: Peeters Online Journals
DOI: 10.2143/jiabs.44.0.3290299

Talismans Used by the Uyghur Buddhists and their Relationship with the Chinese Tradition

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Issue 44, 2021, Page(s) 527-556, ISSN 0193-600X
Publisher: Peeters Online Journals
DOI: 10.2143/jiabs.44.0.3290301

Esoteric Buddhist Liturgy and Spells in Dunhuang: A Study of the Manuscript P. 2322 and Its Implications

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: BuddhistRoad Paper, Issue 2.6, 2022, Page(s) 62, ISSN 2628-2356
Publisher: BuddhistRoad
DOI: 10.46586/rub.br.250.228

Introduction: Buddhist Rituals and Practices in Central Asia: Texts and Material

Author(s): Dylan Esler, Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (JIABS), Issue 44, 2021, Page(s) 405-408, ISSN 0193-600X
Publisher: Peeters Online Journals
DOI: 10.2143/jiabs.44.0.3290297

Seeking the Pure Land in Tangut Art

Author(s): Michelle C. Wang
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 207–243, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_008

The Serlingpa Acala in Tibet and the Tangut Empire

Author(s): Iain Sinclair
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 366–399, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_013

Bridging Yoga and Mahāyoga: Samaya in Early Tantric Buddhism

Author(s): Jacob P. Dalton
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 270–287, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_010

Non-Buddhist Superhuman Beings in Early Tibetan Religious Literature

Author(s): Lewis Doney
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 183-211, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_008

Introduction. Central Asia: Sacred Sites and the Transmission of Religious Practices

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai, Henrik H. Sørensen, Haoran Hou
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 1–13, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_002

Visualising Oneself as the Cosmos: An Esoteric Buddhist Meditation Text from Dunhuang

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 288–312, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_011

Sacred Space in Uyghur Buddhism

Author(s): Jens Wilkens
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia I: Patronage, Legitimation, Sacred Space, and Pilgrimage, 2020, Page(s) 189–203, ISBN 978-90-04-41773-1
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004417731_009

Buddhist Painting in the South of the Tarim Basin: A Chronological Connundum

Author(s): Ciro Lo Muzio
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 97–117, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_005

From Padmasambhava to Gö Tsangpa—Rethinking Religious Patronage in the Indian Himalayas between the 8th and 13th Centuries

Author(s): Verena Widorn
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia I: Patronage, Legitimation, Sacred Space, and Pilgrimage, 2020, Page(s) 151–188, ISBN 978-90-04-41773-1
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004417731_008

The Christian Communities in Tang China: Between Adaptation and Religious Self-Identity

Author(s): Max Deeg
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 123-144, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_006

Uyghur Buddhism and the Impact of Manichaeism and Native Religion: The Case of Religious Terminology

Author(s): Jens Wilkens
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 90-122, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_005

Practice and Rituals in Uyghur Buddhist Texts: A Preliminary Appraisal

Author(s): Jens Wilkens
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 430–464, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_015

Representations of Series of Large Buddha Figures in the Buddhist Caves of Kuča: Reflections on their Origin and Meaning

Author(s): Ines Konczak-Nagel
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 68–96, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_004

People, Places, Texts, and Topics: Another Look at the Larger Context of the Spread of Chan Buddhism in Eastern Central Asia during the Tibetan Imperial and Post-Imperial Period (7th–10th C.)

Author(s): Carmen Meinert
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 257-295, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_010

Khotanese Themes' in Dunhuang: Visual and Ideological Transfer in the 9th-11th Centuries

Author(s): Erika Forte
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 118–152, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_006

The Avalokiteśvara Cult in Turfan and Dunhuang in the pre-Mongolian Period

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 244–269, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_009

Looking from the Periphery: Some Additional Thoughts on Yulin Cave 3

Author(s): Max Deeg
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia I: Patronage, Legitimation, Sacred Space, and Pilgrimage, 2020, Page(s) 230–243, ISBN 978-90-04-41773-1
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004417731_011

The Fluid Lives of Tibetan Ritual Narrations during the Imperial and Post-Imperial Period

Author(s): Daniel Berounský
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 212-255, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_009

Sino-Tibetan Scholasticism: A Case Study of the Pratītyasamutpādahṛdaya in Dunhuang

Author(s): Meghan Howard Masang
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 296-349, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_011

Witch Women and Amorous Monkeys: Non-Buddhist Substrata in Khotanese Religion

Author(s): Diego Loukota
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 65-89, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_004

Beyond Spatial and Temporal Contingencies: Tantric Rituals in Eastern Central Asia under Tangut Rule, 11th-13th C.

Author(s): Carmen Meinert
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 313–365, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_012

Central Asian and Iranian Influence in Old Uyghur Buddhist Manuscripts: Book Forms and Donor Colophons

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: The Syntax of Colophons. A Comparative Study across Pothi Manuscripts, 2022, Page(s) 373-397, ISBN 978-3-11-079523-3
Publisher: De Gruyter
DOI: 10.1515/9783110795271-013

Who is Legitimating Whom? On Justifying Buddhism's Place inthe Body Politic

Author(s): Sem Vermeersch
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia I: Patronage, Legitimation, Sacred Space, and Pilgrimage, 2020, Page(s) 15-39, ISBN 978-90-04-41773-1
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004417731_003

Introduction: The Meeting of Religious Traditions and of Beliefs inEastern Central Asia

Author(s): Lewis Doney, Carmen Meinert, Henrik H. Sørensen, Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 1-10, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_002

On the Presence and Influence of Daoism in the Buddhist Material from Dunhuang

Author(s): Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 145-182, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_007

Pilgrims in Old Uyghur Inscriptions: A Glimpse behind their Records

Author(s): Simone-Christiane Raschmann
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia I: Patronage, Legitimation, Sacred Space, and Pilgrimage, 2020, Page(s) 204–229, ISBN 978-90-04-41773-1
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004417731_010

The Funerary Context of Mogao Cave 17

Author(s): Mélodie Doumy, Sam van Schaik
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 373-400, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_013

Prostration as wuti toudi 五體投地 or wulun toudi 五輪投地? A Possible Trace of Contacts between Certain Uyghur Translators and Esoteric Buddhism

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 350-372, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_012

The 'Sogdian Deities' Twenty Years on: A Reconsideration of a Small Painting from Dunhuang

Author(s): Lilla Russell-Smith
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 153–204, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_007

Islamic Expansion into Central Asia and Muslim-Buddhist Encounters

Author(s): Michal Biran
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 13-64, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288_003

Did the Silk Road(s) Extend from Dunhuang, Mount Wutai, and Chang'an to Kyoto, Japan? A Reassessment based on Material Culture from the Temple Gate Tendai Tradition of Miidera

Author(s): George A. Keyworth
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 17–67, ISBN 978-90-04-50844-6
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_003

Mahākāla Literature Unearthed from Karakhoto

Author(s): Haoran Hou
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 400–429, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446_014

Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer

Author(s): Yukiyo Kasai, Henrik H. Sørensen
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia II: Practices and Rituals, Visual and Material Transfer, 2022, Page(s) 1-586, ISBN 978-90-04-50793-7
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004508446

Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines

Author(s): Lewis Doney, Carmen Meinert, Henrik H. Sørensen, Yukiyo Kasai
Published in: Buddhism in Central Asia III: Impacts of Non-Buddhist Influences, Doctrines, 2024, Page(s) 1-500, ISBN 978-90-04-52003-5
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004687288

Searching for OpenAIRE data...

There was an error trying to search data from OpenAIRE

No results available