The Hindu Temple in China
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With the spread of Hinduism, the Hindu temple was introduced into China. The Hindu temple was introduced into China mainly through the Overland Silk Road and the Maritime Silk Road, the Hindu temples in border and coastal areas of Chinese territory were mainly patronized by wealthy individuals and commercial guilds. The Hindu temple was localized and assiminated in the coures of spread and gradually became an integral part of Chinese architecture culture.
Hindu temple; China; Silk road; Border and coastal areas