Khotan


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Khotan

(ˈkəʊˈtɑːn)
n
(Placename) another name for Hotan
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He said the Brep village was highly vulnerable to the glacial lake outburst flood which had rendered a large part of the village deserted during the recent years, while the plantation in the Khotan Lusht would have a pleasant affect on the climate of the area and might be helpful in containing the emission of poisonous gases leading to disintegration of the glacier.
The eminent Kashmiri Buddhist scholar Vairochana built the first monastery in Khotan in Central Asia and as Buddhism spread it came to the notice of the Xiongnu, an ancient Mongolian tribe who had direct relations with the region.
Stein again says that it is of the same architectural design as the stupas in Kashgar and Khotan, which he calls the Bactrian Style as opposed to the Gandharan Style.
Summary: Beijing [China], June 13 (ANI): The Chinese government has destroyed a graveyard which belonged to Uighur community in Khotan town of Xinjiang Province, claimed historian Rian Thum on Wednesday.
Brahmanical centres existed in the northern neighbouring areas from Kabul to Khotan along the southern Silk Routes from circa 5th to 7th century.
He said after graduation, the Chinese government has provided him a housing in a social village in the suburb of Khotan. In the coming years, he must earn 50,000 yuan to pay it to the state for housing, the remaining 100,000 yuan for housing was paid by paid, he said.
The school building was constructed about 20 years ago and is located in the foothills near the corner of Khotan Lasht in Dizg.
The school building was constructed some 20 years ago and is located in the foothills near the corner of Khotan Lasht in Dizg.
(96) By the way, the family name Yuchi indicated that Jingde's forefathers came from either a western Xianbei [phrase omitted] tribe or the Central Asian city-state of Khotan, (97) another reminder of a multi-ethnic and multicultural medieval China.
This makes reverse voltage protection imperative for these devices, said Mehdy Khotan, Power IC Marketing Director at AOS.
At the end of this essay, while delineating the visual representation of Avadana literature in the mural paintings of the Kizil caves, The sutra of the wise and foolish is presumed 'to be a compilation of lecture notes collected in Khotan' (p.
According to geographical division, Xinjiang is located in Central Asia (shown in Figure 1), and southern Xinjiang is composed of southern Akesu, Turpan, Bayin'gholin, Khotan, Kashgar, and so on.