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Shrine Pilgrimage among the Uighurs

@inproceedings{Dawut2017ShrinePA,
  title={Shrine Pilgrimage among the Uighurs},
  author={Rahil{\"a} Dawut},
  year={2017}
}
  • Rahilä Dawut
  • Published 2017
In Xinjiang, there are numerous such shrines (mazars). Some of the earliest evidence about mazars in Xinjiang is that left by foreigners from various European countries and Japan in the 19th and early 20th centuries. They came to this area as travelers, scholars, diplomats, and missionaries and have provided us useful information related to the historical situations, shapes, locations and legends of some of the mazars of that time. Also, under the Qing Dynasty, Chinese scholars or rulers… Expand
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