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Bibliography of Tibetan studies

Bibliography of Tibetan studies

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Published by Naritasan Shinshōji in Narita-shi Chiba-ken, Japan .
Written in English

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  • Tibet (China)
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    • Tibet (China) -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      BO 95140.

      Statementcompiled by Hallvard Kȧre Kuløy, Yoshiro Imaeda.
      SeriesMonograph series of Naritasan Institute for Buddhist studies ;, 2
      ContributionsKuløy, Hallvard Kȧre, 1941-, Imaeda, Yoshiro.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ3107.T5 B53 1986, DS786 B53 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 735 p. ;
      Number of Pages735
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2082941M
      LC Control Number88121333

      This bibliography was originally published as an appendix to Relating to a Spiritual Teacher: Building a Healthy Relationship (Ithaca, Snow Lion, ), reprint: Wise Teacher, Wise Student: Tibetan Approaches to a Healthy Relationship (Ithaca: Snow Lion, ), and published here in the preceding items on this website in individual parts. This is an evolving bibliography on early Tibetan language, writing and manuscripts. Also included are some works on Tibetan dialects that may be related to early Tibetan speech patterns. See also John Peterson's online bibliography. * * * Barnett, L.D. "Preliminary Notice of the Tibetan Manuscripts in the Stein Collection." Journal of the Royal.

      Alphabetizing Tibetan and Chinese Authors in the Bibliography. For Tibetan authors: Society and Culture during the Post-Mao Era, edited by Toni Huber, Vol. 5 of PIATS Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Leiden , edited by Henk Blezer. For book reviews. A preliminary glossary of Tangut from the Tibetan transcriptions // Medieval Tibeto-Burman languages: PIATS Tibetan studies. Proc. of the 9-th seminar of the Intern. assoc. for Tibetan studies, Leiden, Leiden, – (In collab. with C. Beckwith.) "The black-headed and the red-faced in Tangut indigenous texts.".

      Bibliography Of Tibetan Works Cited By Title Biographical Dictionary of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism, by Khetsun Sangpo, Vol. X, (), published by Sakya Students’ Union, Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Varanasi, Indian, dngul chu thogs med rnam thar. The field anticipates an upcoming volume which focuses on The Book of Kadam by Thupten Jinpa. Bibliography. Translations and General Kadampa Resources. Dalai Lama XIV. Four Essential Buddhist Commentaries. Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (). This is the brief text on blo sbyong by Geshe Langri thangpa. Ehrhard, Franz-Karl.


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