A Buddhist priest from the Tang dynasty, in the 7th Century BC. Traveling through the Silk Road in pursuit of the original Buddhist scriptures, she reached Tianzhu from central Asia and then brought back to China over 367 sutras, becoming the founder of the Faxiang Buddhist sect.
She is known as a key character in the Chinese novel 『Journey to The West』. Under the command of Guanyin Bodhisattva, the monk of good looks who rode Bai-Long Ma - the son of the West Sea Dragon King transformed into a white horse - had Qitian Dasheng Sun Wukong, Tianpeng Yuanshuai Zhu Bajie and Juanlian Dajiang Sha Wujing as her disciples and headed for Tianzhu, without ever losing heart at the countless monsters that obstructed her way.
In the 『Journey to the West』, it has been said that she originally existed in heaven as Jin Chanzi - the disciple of Siddhārtha Gautama - but fell into secular life as a result of "a certain matter". In other words, Xuanzang is the reincarnation of Jin Chanzi. (Some sources stated that this "certain matter" was Jin Chanzi reincarnated as a mortal because he disobeyed the Buddha's teachings.)
It makes the ｢ Edge of the World ｣ that Sun Wukong supposedly reached - that is, the palm of a Buddha - fall from the skies and chastises the antagonists who scorn Buddhism. Anti-Army and Anti-Fortress Noble Phantasm. The palm heel of Buddha.