2 edition of Minor Tibetantexts found in the catalog.
Johan van Manen
|Other titles||Minor Tibetan texts|
|Statement||by Johan van Manen.|
|Contributions||Dge-ʼdun-grub, Dalai Lama I, 1391-1474.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||2009346715|
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Minor Tibetantexts book [Johan van Manen; Asiatic Society (Kolkata, India)] -- This book is a collection of Oriental literary works published by the Asiatic Society of Bengal and includes the translated version of "Song of the Eastern Snow-Mountain.". Full text of "Minor Tibetan texts" any modern Tibetan book (not even the so-called Tibetan Primers in use in Darjeeling) if such books do not happen to belong to those excerpted in the existing dic- tionaries.
Jaschke's, which is the best from this point of view, mentions only 25 titles of texts used as his sources. book are fragmentary. The booklet ends with the follow ing colophon: Trisatikayah prajnaparami-tayah karikasaptatih samapta krtir iyam aryasangapadanam iti.
So we are confronted with one of the minor commen taries upon the Prajnaparamita (Cf. Prajiiapa- K ramitapindartha by Dinnaga, ed. by me in JRAS,p. 53 ff.J)). The importance of. Minor Buddhist Texts, Part II, First Bhāvanākrama of Kamalaśīla, Sanskrit and Tibetan Texts with Introduction and English Summary by Giuseppe Tucci.
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The Bibliotheca Indica, started in by Royal Asiatic Society, Bengal is perhaps the earliest Indological series. This series consists of a collection of rare and unpublished works belonging to or treating of Oriental literature and contains original text-editions as well as translations into English, and also grammars, dictionaries, bibliographies, and studies.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Powers, John, Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism / by John Powers. — Rev. nanen, johan van. minor tibetan texts.
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It is here in the west of Tibet that the last hereditary vestiges of the Tibetan dynasty established a weaker series of hegemonies prone to in-fighting during the period of fragmentation (bsil bu'i dus).During a degree of stability in the 11th century, the king .The Tibetan book of the dead: the great liberation through hearing minor omissions and errors have been corrected by reference to the blockprints, but there are no disagreements on any essentials among these four texts.
Therefore it is rather surprising to find notes the editor quotes the Tibetan texts used— File Size: KB.