The Holy Land Reborn: Pilgrimage and the Tibetan Reinvention of Buddhist India

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INDEX
Abhayaraj, 175
Abhidhānottara, Tantra, 94
Abhidharmakośa, 77
Abhinavagupta: Tantrāloka, 87
Ābhīra, 99
Abu, Mount, 204 fig. 7.1, 217, 364
Afghanistan, 154, 333
Agra, 270
Ahoms, rulers of Assam, 138
Ajaṇṭā, 328, 344
Allahabad, 203, 218, 303
Amarāvatī, 372–74
Amdo (A mdo), 50, 319
Amdo Gendun Chöphel (A mdo dge 'dun chos 'phel), 42, 154, 165, 211, 226, 292, 303, 317–36, 332 fig. 10.5, 333 fig. 10.6, 370 Guide to India, 266, 318, 322–36, 370 The Golden Level, 226
Amitābha. See Buddha
Amritsar, 232, 242–45, 247, 328
Anandapur Sahib, 244
Anderson, Benedict, 254
Andhara Pradesh, 372–73
Apalālo, 120
Apunarbhava, 137
Arākān, 112, 138, 276
Archaeological Survey of India, 29, 152–53, 253, 259, 288
Aris, Michael, 152, 155, 191
Arising of the Dharma in India, of Tāranātha, 152
Arnold, Edwin, 259–60, 263–64, 277 India Revisited, 263
Arunachal Pradesh, 155, 245–46
Āryabhūmi, 76
Āryadeśa, 76
Ashby, Lillian Luker, 265
Asiatic Society of Bengal, 149, 152, 223, 277
Aśoka, Emperor, 17–19, 21, 24–25, 60, 111, 256–57, 368–69
Ā śokāvadāna, 21, 25–26
Āśrama, sect, 228
Assam, 10, 112, 161, 171, 178, 180, 201, 235–36, 307, 328 Buddhaguptanatha's account of, 134–35 identification of Buddhist sites from ancient Magadha in, 136–38, 141–47, 150, 172 Kāmarūpa pīthā in, 108, 131, 145–46, 165 Kuśinagar identified in, 15, 25, 128–33, 136–56 passim, 280 and Tibetan Vajrayāna, 131–35, 145–47, 165. See also Brahmaputra River and Valley Hājo Nar Nārāyaṇ, Koch Rājā of Kāmarūpa Singri
Aṣṭamahāsthānacaitya-stotra, 22, 26, 74
Atiśa Dīpaṃkara Śrījñāna, 67
Avalokiteśvara, 80–81, 111, 116, 174, 191, 213, 224. See also Hālahāla
Baghela, 204 fig. 7.1, 217
Balla Row, 180
Bandhepa, 134–35
Bangladesh, 71, 207
Barawa Gyeltsen Palzangpo ('Ba' ra ba rgyal mtshan dpal bzang po), 132
Barua, Sarvananda: Jagatjjyoti Kavya, 277
Bauddha Dharmankura Sabha, 270, 276–77, 279, 319
Bauddha Dharmankura Vihara, 276–77

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