3 edition of Bod kyi mkhas pa sṅa phyi dag gi grub mthaʼi śan ʼbyed mthaʼ dpyod daṅ bcas paʼi ʼbel baʼi gtam skyes dpyod ldan mkhas paʼi lus rgyan rin chen mdzes paʼi phra tshom bkod pa bźugs so found in the catalog.
Title on boards: Pod chen drug giʼbel gtam.In Tibetan.
|Statement||Kunsang Topgyel and Mani Dorji|
|Publishers||Kunsang Topgyel and Mani Dorji|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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in his commentary on the• gSang ba snying po, K Vol. Ruegg, The Literature of the Madhyamaka School of Philosophy in India, Otto Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 1981, pp. 37 The king ﬁnds himself under pressure again and is forced to agree to his expulsion if not to his execution. blo gros, la 'jug pa'i bshad ba'i.
It is the only Tun-huang document which not only mentions bSam-yas but also gives a list of its successive abbots. When Vairocana hears of his arrival, he sends g.
There is no way to determine how long each abbot occupied the seat. However, the commentary KhT p. The Cig car ba Tradition in Tibet. Each of the folios has six lines from left to right and the folios are paginated in the usual way from 1a to 5b.
92a2—99b6 It deals mainly with the conversion of g. 20 In the narration of BZh, he is in fact invited by• On the other hand, in PT 849 Hackin 1924, p. 13 22 part one parents that the boy must go to bSam-yas to be educated and takes him there. They therefore would seem to go back to the tenth century or earlier. On the of the 1323 tika,or system, but must realize the Ansicht of.
Finally the Indians agree to spreading calumny in Tibet by saying that what Vairocana had attained in India is not the doctrine of Atiyoga, but magic spells which in the long run would do harm to Tibet. It is the early style of this script later very popular in certain regions of Kham, e. To this eﬀect, he wrote his important work, ThCh,43 but without avail. In the mid-eleventh century, the great master, Rong-zom Chos-kyi bzang-po, therefore felt the need to defend this doctrine.
44; Legs bshad mdzod Karmay 1972, pp.
81 25 The unborn Enlightenment,82 f.