India today said it plans to develop a tourist circuit tracing Chinese scholar Huen Tsang's travels during his nine-year stay in the country in the seventh century. Plans are afoot to launch the tourist circuit to promote people-to-people contacts between the two nations, India's Ambassador to China Ashok K Kantha said during an interaction with a 100-member delegation of youths from India at the Indian Embassy here. India and China have already released an encyclopedia on their age-old ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
The stone temples and shrines in ancient Dakshina Kosala, now Sirpur, Chhattisgarh, tell the tales of tantric Buddhism Seen from the yard of the Gandheshwar temple, Mahanadi lived up to its name. The river was wide, so wide that the other bank was ...Outlook Traveller, 4 weeks ago
China and Japan didn't seem to be on speaking terms. Flanking Suranjan Das, Calcutta University's vice-chancellor, but separated by disputed islands and the "nine-dash line" in the South China Sea, the consuls-general of the two countries carefully ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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