Examples from the Web for book of changes
I-Ching describes the musical services with devout enthusiasm.
I-Ching tells us that the king of Bhoja favoured Buddhism and that there were more than a thousand priests in the city.
I-Ching however says that it prevailed in the Malay Archipelago.
But in this case, it is very strange that I-Ching does not mention so conspicuous an enemy of the Buddhists.
I-Ching classes him with Aśvaghosha and Aryadeva as belonging to the early period.
British Dictionary definitions for book of changes
Word Origin and History for book of changes
1876, from Chinese, said to mean "Book of Changes."