|1||A Vast Ocean Of Profound Teachings||8:41|
|2||Beyond The Unknown||8:04|
|3||Winter In Zangla||9:33|
|6||The Sword Of King Virudhaka||34:15|
This album is dedicated to the Transylvanian born Hungarian scholar Alexander Csoma de Kőrös. His legendary walk of life ended en route to Lhasa in 1842 in Darjeeling under the shadow of Mount Kanchenjunga.
A Vast Ocean of Profound Teachings. 2. Beyond the Unknown.
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Redirected from Alexander Csoma de Kőrös). Sándor Csoma de Kőrös (Hungarian: ; born Sándor Csoma; 27 March 1784/8 – 11 April 1842) was a Hungarian philologist and Orientalist, author of the first Tibetan-English dictionary and grammar book. He was called in Tibetan, meaning "the foreign pupil", and was given the title of Bosatsu or Boddhisatva (Buddhist sainthood) by the Japanese in 1933.
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Csoma de Kőrös is considered as the founder of Tibetology. He died in Darjeeling while attempting to make a trip to Lhasa in 1842 and a memorial was erected in his honour by the Asiatic Society of Bengal. He initially intended to spend the winter in Bukhara but fearing the Russian army he left after five days and joined a caravan that passed through Balk, Kulm, and Bamian to reach Kabul on 6 January 1822. He left Kabul on 19 January and headed towards Peshawar. On 26 January he met two French officers at Daka, Messrs. New Discoveries about Alexander Csoma de Kőrös and the Buddhist Monasteries of Northern India" by Judith Galántha Herman (Montreal), Lectures and Papers in Hungarian Studies no. 44. "Alexander Csoma de Kőrös the Hungarian Bodhisattva" by Dr. Ernest Hetenyi PDF of the full text.