How do the travels and experiences of the Buddhist monk in Chapter 1 of When Asia Was the World reflect the sociological observations about the role of religion in Eurasia in the post-classical era featured in this week's chapters in Frameworks?
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How do the travels and experiences of the Buddhist monk reflect the sociological observations about the role of religion in Eurasia in the post-classical era?
The book, ‘When Asia was the World’ written by Steve Gordon discusses the journey of Xuanzang, the Chinese Buddhist monk, scholar and traveller who undertook a long and tedious journey from China to India journey in search of Buddhism. His story presents a quite unique view of religion in society, in comparison to the contemporary era. Unlike, today, when the religion seems to divide the society into sections, in the post classical era it seems religion...
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