Chinese pilgrim Faxian visited India during the reign of Chandragupta, and spent around six years in the Gupta kingdom.
Who visited India during Chandragupta time?
Fa – Hien is the famous Chinese pilgrim who visited India during the reign of Chandragupta II. Fa – Hien started from China in 399 A.D and covering all the way through the deserts came up to Peshawar.
Who foreign Traveller came during the time of Chandragupta II?
Notes: Fa-hein, the first Chinese Buddhist traveller and monk, came to India during the reign of Gupta emperor Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya).
Which Chinese traveler visited India in the regime of Chandragupta Maurya second?
Faxian. Faxian (or Fa Hsien etc.), a Chinese Buddhist, was one of the pilgrims who visited India during the reign of the Gupta emperor Chandragupta II. He started his journey from China in 399 and reached India in 405.
Who is the first Traveller to India?
Megasthenes, ambassador of Seleucus Nikator was the first foreign traveller to India.
Q 2. Who were the famous Foreign Travellers of ancient India?
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Why did Hiuen Tsang visit India?
Hiuen Tsang’s visit to India was mainly aimed at acquiring awareness of Buddhism and collecting its religious texts. He slipped away from there in 629 A.D, as he did not get the permission of the Chinese emperor to visit India.
Who is the father of Samudragupta?
When did India visit Tsing?
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Who Travelled all over India Why?
Guru Nanak Sahib – the founder of Sikh faith, who was born in the northern part of undivided India in 1469 ad. travelled across all of South Asia (India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan), China and Middle East (Mecca, Iraq, Turkey). He even visited Vatican City (Rome). His goal was to spread the message of peace.