- Nov 10, 2020
Almost all the Sanskrit texts written by Kashmiri authors were published by the Jammu and Kashmir state publications. Till 1947, Jammu and Kashmir state was a fount of research in Sanskrit, with research often conducted by scholarly Kashmiri Pandits. Kashmir was one of the apexes of rigorous Sanskrit scholastic study. Kumārāyana, a Kashmiri Aryā spread Buddhist teachings in Kucha (Tarem Basin), married the Kuchan princess & became the Royal Priest. His son Kumārajīva became one of the greatest translators of SANSKRIT in China.