Nirvana: The Spread of Buddhism Through Asia, by Jeremy Horner, is a photographic journey tracing the origins of Buddhism and following its evolutionary paths from its birthplace at Bodh Gaya, India to northeast Asia, along the Silk Road through China, down to Sri Lanka, and across to southeast Asia.
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