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The Nyingma edition of the sDe-dge bKaʼ-ʼgyur/bsTan-ʼgyur
|Statement||edited by Tarthang Tulku.|
|Contributions||Tarthang Tulku., Tibetan Nyingma Meditation Center (Berkeley, Calif.)|
|LC Classifications||ND1432.T55 N95 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 225 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||84211636|
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The Nyingma Edition of the sDe-dge bKa’-’gyur and bsTan-’gyur: Research Catalogue and Bibliography: Volumes 8 vols. Oakland, CA: Dharma Publishing, c Uspensky, Vladimir. “The Tibetan Equivalents to the Titles of the Texts in the St. Petersburg Manuscript of the Mongolian Kanjur: A Reconstructed Catalogue.”.
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Author/Editor: DHARMA MUDRANALAYA under the direction of TARTHANG TULKU. Oakland, CA. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
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Various editions of Kanjurs and Tanjurs are in our collection, which includes Bon, Derge (Sde dge), Lhasa, Golden, Narthang, Urga etc. Gsum 'bum's (Collected Works) of eminent Tibetan scholars of all the sects and schools like Bon, Nyingma, Kargyud, Geluk and. – ’KHrul pa bzlog pa’i rigs pa g tan tshigs grub pa, in The Nyingma Edition of the sDe-dge bKa’-’g yur and bsTan-’gyur, Dharma Mudranālaya, Oakland (Calif ornia)dBu-m a, vol Author: Krishna Del Toso.
The Nyingma Gyubum of the Nyingma was result of the 'normalization' of the Kangyur and Tengyur by the Sarma traditions which for the most part excluded Nyingma literatures. Davidson ( p. ) opines that the first edition of the Nyingma Gyubum began formation by the twelfth century with certain texts drawn from the Terma literature.
Nyingma Gyubum (Tibetan: རྙིང་མ་རྒྱུད་འབུམ, Wylie: rnying ma rgyud ‘bum, literally 'The Hundred Thousand Tantras of the Nyingma school') is the Mahayoga, Anuyoga and Atiyoga Tantras of the Nyingma lineage. as it appears in the Nyingma Edition of the sDe-dge bsTan-'gyur.
Translated from the Sanskrit in the eighth century by Vidyakarasimha and the Tibetan lotsawa Manju§rivarman, the Tibetan version is very close to the Sanskrit text used by Speyer, except that in isolated passages its. Texts with language specifed as Tibetan. This banner text can have markup.
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Davidson ( p. ) opines that the first edition of the Nyingma Gyubum began formation by the twelfth century with certain texts drawn from the Terma literature. The Marvelous Companion is a translation of a collection of thirty-four stories of the previous lives of the Buddha (Jatakas), spoken by the Enlightened One himself and assembled and retold by the first-century master Aryashura.
Degé (Wylie: sde dge) Edition The terton Ratna Lingpa (–) was important in the compilation of the Nyingma Gyubum's first evocation and Jigmed Lingpa (–) built upon this compilation and it was published with the impetus of Getse Mahapandita (–), one of Jigme Lingpa's disciples, through patronage of the royal house.
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Publisher’s Preface T ^he present volume is based on the English translation of Aryasura’s Jatakamala by Joseph Speyer, published in England in While Speyer’s work was a major accom-plishment for its time, it was intended as a literal rendition of the Sanskrit, primarily for scholars; as a result, its diction and phrasing are not well suited to a general or contempo-rary audience.
Tarthang, tulku, Tarthang Tulku Тартанг Тулку, Tulku, Tarthang 툴구 타르탕 린포체 VIAF ID: (Personal). Sde dge kanjur and tanjur (bka' 'gyur & bstan 'gyur) * Kanjur-sde dge mtshal par bka' 'gyur, v * Tanjur-sde dge bstan 'gyur, v 2.
Lhasa kanjur and tanjur gser bres ma * Kanjur, v * Tanjur, v 3. Tog Palace (Ladakh) manuscript of the Tibetan kanjur, v 4. Narthang Tanjur- v, 5. Bon po Tanjur-v Book form: 6.
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Catalogue of the Nyingma Edition dar thang sprul sku kun dga' dge legs ye shes rdo rje/. The Nyingma edition of the sDe-dge bKa'-'gyur/bsTan-'gyur: research catalogue and bibliography. Oakland, California: Dharma Publishing, 8 vols.
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