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Geddes fascination with 5th-century Buddhist monk Huishen,culminated in a modern retracing of his epic journey. In a rich andthought-provoking account, readers encounter Afghan refugees,Pakistani dissidents, Tibetan monks, Buddhist scholars, mysteriouscairns in Haida Gwaii, and ghostly remains in Mexico. As the SilkRoad morphs into superhighways, and ancient sculptures turn intomilitary targets, Geddes glimpses, in the collision of past andpresent history, important clues for imagining a workable future.
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Kingdom Of Ten Thousand Things - An Impossible Journey From Kabul To Chiapas16485£6.96 Save 23%