The forgotten history of Hinduism in China

Hinduism in China There are age old instances of cultural links between India and China. There were numerous scholars and travelers who travelled to India, for the sole purpose of being able to renew their educational standpoints. Many are unaware that Chinese culture has been inter-twined with Hindu roots and this can be traced back to the earliest times. Even the word “Mandarin” which was associated with their dialect years ago has originated from a Sanskrit word “Mantri” which was carried from India to China. Hinduism is commonly practiced by a small fraction of the citizens of China. Modern China has a limited spectrum of residents involved with Hindi ideas but China when dated back to the ancient times shows a forgotten record of widespread ideas of Hinduism that were present in several regions in the 6 th century. Even the royal family of China had a Hindu lineage […]

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