By Toni Huber
Focusing at the Tibetan construction and sport of India as a vacation spot, a panorama, and one of those different, in either actual and idealized phrases, Huber explores how Tibetans have used the belief of India as a non secular territory and a sacred geography within the improvement in their personal faith and society. In a well timed last bankruptcy, Huber additionally takes up the which means of India for the Tibetans who reside in exile of their Buddhist holy land.
A significant contribution to the learn of Buddhism, The Holy Land Reborn describes adjustments in Tibetan constructs of India over the centuries, eventually tough principally static perspectives of the sacred geography of Buddhism in India.
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The Holy Land Reborn: Pilgrimage and the Tibetan Reinvention of Buddhist India (Buddhism and Modernity) by Toni Huber