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Chinnamasta: the aweful Buddhist and Hindu Tantric goddess. Chinnamasta: the aweful Buddhist and Hindu Tantric goddess. Benard, Elisabeth Anne xv,162p Motilal 2010(1944) 1,564円 Chinnamuṇḍā (Buddhist deity) -- Chinnamastā (Hindu deity) -- Cult Chinnamastā, the aweful Buddhist and Hindu tantric goddess/ Elisabeth Anne Benard This is the first monograph which examines the rare Buddhist and Hindu Tantric goddess, Chinnamasta, her rituals, her names and forms (namarupa) and their symbolism by comparing and contra-sting her sadhanas (spiritual practices) in Hinduism and Buddh-ism. The entire Hindu Chinnamastatantra section from the Sakta Pramoda, the Buddhist Chinnamunda Vajra-varahisadhana and theTrikayavajrayoginstuti are translated for the first time into English. Since Chinnamasta is a rare goddess, her texts were not popularized or made fashionable according to the dictates of a particular group at a particular time. The earliest extant texts dated from the ninth and tenth centuries a time when Hindu and Buddhist Tantras were developing under common influences in the same place in India. Having such texts about Chinnamasta Chinnamunda from these centuries, one can begin to understand the mutuality of a general Tantric tradition and the exclusivity of a particular Hindu or Buddhist Tantric tradition. Hence the study not only examines Chinnamasta, but also attempts to under-stand what is a Tantric tradition.
The Nature of Perception The Nature of Perception Kotwal, Anita xvi,304p New Bharatiya Book xvi,304p 3,168円 Buddhist Philosophy -- Knowledge, Theory of (Buddhism) -- Nyaya The nature of perception (with special reference to Nyāya and Buddhism)/ Anita Kotwal In this work, the object has been to brought together the basic ideas of the different philosophical systems of Indian philosophy pertaining to Prama and Pramana and then tried to ascertain that in general Indian Philosophy and in particular both the systems i.e. Nyaya and Buddhism accept perception as a common source of knowledge i.e. pramana. In the first chapter entitled Prama is comparatively exhaustive and discusses the nature of knowledge, means of acquiring knowledge etc. The second chapter entitled Pramana deals with the definitions of pramana from Nyaya, Buddhists, Samkhya, Mimamsa, Jaina etc. points of view. The subject matter of third chapter is perception as a Pramana. All the Indian philosophical systems are unanimous in holding that perception is the basis of all the sources of knowledge. In the fourth chapter entitled Definition of Perception , I have discussed all the definition given by the old Naiyayikas. In the fifth chapter i.e. characteristics of perception, I have made it clear that Nyaya has accepted both the types of perception where as according to Buddhist thinkers there is only one type of perception i.e. Nirvikalpaka Pratyaksa and said that Savikalpaka Pratyaksa comes under anumana where we know each and everything about the object we have perceived. The sixth chapter concludes the study of the text. In this chapter, I have tried my best to distinguish prama and pramana.
Materials for the study of Aryadeva, Dharmapala and Candrakirti the Catuhsataka of Aryadeva, chapters XII and XIII, Materials for the study of Aryadeva, Dharmapala and Candrakirti the Catuhsataka of Aryadeva, chapters XII and XIII, Tillemans, Tom J.F. 2 vols. Arbeitskreis fur Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien 1990 2,772円 Āryadeva, active 3rd century. -- Catuḥśataka. -- 12-13. Dharmapāla, active 7th century. -- Da sheng Guang bailun shi lun. -- 4-5. Candrakīrti. Catuḥśatakavṛtti. -- 12-13. [Study of Catuḥśataka with commentaries, work on Madhyamika Buddhism]
Caryamelapakapradipam: 'Phags-pa-lhas mdzad pa'i spoyd pa bsdus pa'i sgron zes bya ba bzugs so. Caryamelapakapradipam: 'Phags-pa-lhas mdzad pa'i spoyd pa bsdus pa'i sgron zes bya ba bzugs so. Aryadeva xxxix,150, 365p Ctr. Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies 2000 634円 Caryāmelāpakapradīpam = ʼPhags-pa-lhas mdzad paʼi spyod pa bsdus paʼi sgron źes bya ba bźugs so [Commentary on Guhyasamājatantra, the esoteric secret of Buddhist canonical text] Sanskrit and Tibetan; includes prefatory matters in Hindi, Tibetan, and English
A Study of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga (volume Three): the commentaries of Rong ston and Mi Pham, I, II. A Study of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga (volume Three): the commentaries of Rong ston and Mi Pham, I, II. Robertson, Raymond E. 2 vols. China Tibetology Publishing House 2012 9,356円 Maitreyanātha. -- Dharmadharmatāvibhaṅga A study of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga = 《辨法法性论》研究 第三巻 This four-volume work presents texts representing over fifteen-hundred years of Buddhist thought bearing on the teaching of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga and the tradition of Maitreya-Yogacara to which it belongs. This third book in the series begins with a comparative study of the doctrinal conflicts between Rong ston Shes bya kun rig of the Sa skya tradition and Blo bzang rta dbyang of the dGe lugs school, while comparing the Indian Yogacarins' views on those topics. Mr. Robertson then presents the complete annotated English translation of Rong ston's "Chos dang chos nyid rnam par 'byed pa'i rnam bshad legs par 'doms pa lha'i rnga bo che" and Mi pham rgya mtsho's "Chos dang chos nyid rnam par 'byed pa'i tshig le'ur byas pa'i 'grel pa ye shes snang pa rnam 'byed." Comparing with the previous two entries in this series, the present volume is focused entirely on the interpretations of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga among the Tibetan traditions.
The Position of Women in Ancient Indian Buddhism: a historical Analysis. The Position of Women in Ancient Indian Buddhism: a historical Analysis. Chauhan, Kavita xxix,248p Eastern Book Linkers 2018 5,940円 Women in Buddhism -- India -- Social conditions -- History The present book deals with the status of women in Indian society from ancient days till the decline and revival of the Bhikkuni Samgha in and after the Buddhist period. It throws light on the importance of the position of women in various fields like family life, social life and work situation. It explores this issue from the Theravada Buddhist perspective using the Scriptures as well as recent work by Western scholars conceding that there are deep seated patriarchal and even misogynistic elements reflected in the ambivalence towards women in the Pali Canon and bias in the socio-cultural and institutionalized practices that persist to date in the Theravada Buddhist countries. However, Buddha’s acceptance of a female monastic order and above all his unequivocal affirmation of their equality in intellectual and spiritual abilities in achieving the highest goals clearly establish a positive stance.
Buddhism Across Asia : Networks of Material, Intellectual and Cultural Exchange Buddhism Across Asia : Networks of Material, Intellectual and Cultural Exchange Sen, Tansen (ed.) xxx,482p Manohar/ ISEAS 2014 6,930円 Buddhism -- Asia -- History -- Congresses Presents new research on Buddhism in comprehensive spatial and temporal terms. From studies on transmission networks to exegesis on doctrinal matters, linguistics, rituals and practices, institutions, Buddhist libraries, and the religion's interactions with political and cultural spheres as well as the society at large, the volume presents an assemblage of essays of breathtaking breadth and depth.
Buddhist and Jaina Studies: proceedings of the conference in Lumbini, February 2013. Buddhist and Jaina Studies: proceedings of the conference in Lumbini, February 2013. Soni, J., M. Pahlke & C.C:uppers (ed.) vi,402p Lumbini International Research Institute 2014 7,524円 Buddhism -- Jainism -- History -- Congresses Art and Architecture, Literature and Textual Studies, Philosophy
Adhyardhasatika Prajnaparamita: Sanskrit and Tibetan texts. Adhyardhasatika Prajnaparamita: Sanskrit and Tibetan texts. Tomabechi, Toru (ed.) lxviii,100p China Tibetology Research Center/ Austrian Academy of Sciences 2009 5,464円 Tripiṭaka. -- Sūtrapiṭaka. -- Prajñāpāramitā. -- Adhyardhaśatikā -- 一百五十頌般若経 Adhyardhaśatikā Prajñāpāramitā : Sanskrit and Tibetan texts/critically edited by Toru Tomabechi
The Dharmadhatustava: a critical of the Sanskrit text with the Tibetan and Chinese translations, The Dharmadhatustava: a critical of the Sanskrit text with the Tibetan and Chinese translations, Liu Zhen xxxvii,90p China Tibetology Research Center/ Austrian Academy of Sciences 2015 5,579円 Nāgārjuna, active 2nd century. -- Dharmadhātustava -- Criticism, Textual The Dharmadhātustava : a critical edition of the Sanskrit text with the Tibetan and Chinese translations, a diplomatic transliteration of the Manuscript and notes 赞法界颂 Commentary in English, with texts in Sanskrit (romanized), Tibetan (romanized) and Chinese
A Manual of the Adornment of the Monastic Boudary: Vacissara's Simalankarasangaha: A Manual of the Adornment of the Monastic Boudary: Vacissara's Simalankarasangaha: Kieffer-Pülz, Petra xv,171p Harrassowitz 2021 11,484円 Theravada -- Monastery -- Sinharese monk, Vācissara The Sīmālaṅkārasaṅgaha, “A Manual of the Adornment of the Monastic Boundary”, is a verse text of 99 stanzas written in the Middle Indic language Pāli around the beginning of the 13th century by the Sinhalese monk Vācissara. It deals with Buddhist monastic boundaries (sīmā) which define the areas within which Buddhist communities of monks or nuns meet to carry out legal acts such as ordinations. Any ambiguity of a monastic boundary can cause the invalidity of the legal acts carried out within it. The Sīmālaṅkārasaṅgaha focuses on a difference in interpretation regarding whether or not connections between certain types of monastic boundaries, namely between a ‘determined boundary’ and a ‘village boundary’, lead to a confusion of the areas, and thus render the legal acts carried out within the ‘determined boundary’ invalid. Vācissara defends the Sinhalese approach that says that there is a confusion against the South Indian Coḷiya approach that says there is not. This is the only text that throws light on the relation of these two traditions and their dispute about monastic boundaries from the Sinhalese perspective. The monograph contains an edition, the first translation into a Western language (annotated), as well as an investigation into the text, the author, the meter, the content, its position in Pāli literature, and its reception.
Buddhist Nikayas in Sri Lanka Buddhist Nikayas in Sri Lanka Kulatunge, T.G. xii,313p T.G. Kulatunge 2018 4,307円 Tipiṭaka. -- Suttapiṭaka -- Pali literature -- Sri Lanka -- History and criticism Buddhist nikāyas in Sri Lanka/ T.G. Kulatunge English; includes Sinhalese in appendix The book is a precise enumeration of the Theravada Buddhist Sects in Sri Lanka from the beginning up to the present day. The author points out that during the early periods, divisions were caused by violations of Vinaya regulations alone. However during the Kandyan period, separations into Nikāyas were caused by the considerations of social differences rather than by Vinaya rules. This book is an in-depth study of the subject, a field less known to buddhists today. (R.G.D. Jayewardhane)
Pali: A grammar of the language of the Theravada Tipitaka, Pali: A grammar of the language of the Theravada Tipitaka, Oberlies, Thomas xviii,385p Munshiram 2012(01) 3,762円 Pali language -- Grammar Pāli : a grammar of the language of the Theravāda Tipiṭaka, with a Concordance to Pischel's Grammatik der Prakrit-Sprachen/ Thomas Oberlies Originally published: Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2001
The Clear Realisation of the Quintessential Instructions on All Dharma Practices: The Clear Realisation of the Quintessential Instructions on All Dharma Practices: Bajetta, Nocola vi,330p U. Hamburg, Dept. of Indian and Tibetan Studies 2019 6,485円 The clear realisation of the quintessential instructions on all dharma practices : a critical edition and annotated translation of the *Sarvadharmacaryopadeśābhisamayatantra (Chos spyod thams cad kyi man ngag mngon par rtogs paʼi rgyud) based on two unpublished manuscripts from the ʼBras-spungs-gnas-bcu-lha-khang/ Nicola Bajetta Chapter One, after an overview of the extant editions of the (extra-canonical) *Sarvadharmacaryopadeśābhisamayatantra and its (canonical) commentary (the gZi brjid snang ba), deals with the controversy surrounding the disputed Indian origin of the two texts, and the ambivalent figure of dGe-tshul Khyung-grags, the translator/forger. Chapters Two and Three are the core of the study, the former containing a critical edition of the Tibetan text of the tantra (with a description of the two unpublished MSS from the 'Bras-spungs-gnas-bcu-lha-khang), and the latter an annotated English translation (both including the interlinear glosses found in the two MSS).
Authenticity and Authentication: glimpses behind the scenes of the formation of the Tibetan Buddhist canon. Authenticity and Authentication: glimpses behind the scenes of the formation of the Tibetan Buddhist canon. Almogi, Orna 265p U. Hamburg, Dept. of Indian and Tibetan Studies 2020 5,940円 Part One, titled "On Strategies for Authenticating Scriptures and Treatises: The Tibetan Buddhist Case," is devoted to a general discussion of the issue of authenticity and authentication as viewed and dealt with by various Tibetan masters, some of whom were responsible for the formation of the Tibetan Buddhist Canon as we know it today. Part Two, titled "What's in a Name? Once Again on the Authenticity of Tibetan Canonical Colophons," discusses the question of the authenticity of canonical colophons--a topic that I have touched upon on an earlier occasion--by first deliberating on the issue in broader terms and then presenting and examining a few case studies.
Guardian of a Dying Flame: Sariputra (c. 1335-1426) and the end of late Indian Buddhism. Guardian of a Dying Flame: Sariputra (c. 1335-1426) and the end of late Indian Buddhism. McKeown, Arthur P. xi,463p Harvard U.P. 2018 8,135円 Śāriputra -- 1335-1426 Guardian of a dying flame Śāriputra (c.1335-1426) and the end of late Indian Buddhism/ Arthur P McKeown Arthur McKeown presents the first full-length analysis of the continuation of Buddhism in India after the thirteenth century. This study describes later Indian Buddhism through a detailed examination of the life of Śāriputra (c. 1335–1426), the last known abbot of the Bodhgayā Mahāvihāra, whose very presence extends Indian Buddhism by two centuries. This work also provides a view into the legacy of Indian Buddhism in fifteenth-century Nepal, Tibet, and China. McKeown follows Śāriputra’s travels and works throughout pan-Buddhist Asia, from restoring the Swayambhunātha caitya in Nepal and establishing tantric lineages in Tibet to overseeing the rebuilding of the Mahābodhi temple in Ming Dynasty Beijing. McKeown centers his examination on newly revealed Tibetan and Chinese biographies of Śāriputra, as well as looking at a collection of historical documents in Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Chinese. These sources point to a fundamental reconsideration of later Indian Buddhism, its relationship with Brahmanism and Islam, and its enduring importance throughout Central, East, and Southeast Asia.
Mdo Sde Brgyad Bcu Khungs: an early Tibetan Sutra anthology. Mdo Sde Brgyad Bcu Khungs: an early Tibetan Sutra anthology. Spug ye Shes Dbyangs 215p Arbeitskreis fur Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien 2021 4,099円 mDo sde brgyad bcu khungs (Passages from eighty sūtras), or rNal 'byor chen po bsgom pa'i don (Essence of the practice of mahāyoga)
Buddhist Literary Heritage in India: text and context. Buddhist Literary Heritage in India: text and context. Basu, Ratna (ed.) xxiii,158p National Mission for Manuscripts/ Munshiram 2007 1,287円 Buddhist literature -- India -- History and criticism -- Congresses Contributed articles presented at the Seminar on Buddhist Literary Heritage in India: Text and Context held in July 2005 in Kolkata under the coordination of Calcutta University Manuscript Resource Centre in collaboration with The Asiatic Society
Milking the Wish-fulfilling Cow: an analysis of citations from Subhuticandra's Kavikamadhenu commentary on the Amarakosa. Milking the Wish-fulfilling Cow: an analysis of citations from Subhuticandra's Kavikamadhenu commentary on the Amarakosa. Deokar, Latas Mahesh xv,318p Bhandarkar Oriental Research Inst. 2020 3,168円 Subhūticandra. -- Kavikāmadhenu, Amarasiṃha. -- Amarakośa -- Sanskrit language -- Synonyms and antonyms Milking the wish-fulfilling cow : an analysis of citations from Subhūticandra's Kavikāmadhenu commentary on the Amarakośa/ Lata Mahesh Deokar The commentary cites from hundreds of Sanskrit works as attestations to the words in the Amarakosa. There are 887 such citations in Subhuticandra's (1060-1140 CE) commentary quoted from 177 works. Besides, the author quotes at least 336 passages from fifty-three grammatical works and around 87 citations from forty lexicons. This is the highest number of citations ever found in a commentary on the Amarakosa. Kavikāmadhenu is available in three Tibetan translations
Making sense of Tantric Buddhism : history, semiology and transgression in the Indian tradition. Making sense of Tantric Buddhism : history, semiology and transgression in the Indian tradition. Wedemeyer, Christian K. xx,313p pap. Columbia U.P. 2013 5,205円 Tantric Buddhism - Philosophy -- India Through close analysis of primary sources, Wedemeyer reveals the lived world of Tantric Buddhism as largely continuous with the Indian religious mainstream and deploys contemporary methods of semiotic and structural analysis to make sense of its seemingly repellent and immoral injunctions. Innovative, semiological readings of the influential Guhyasamaja Tantra underscore the text's overriding concern with purity, pollution, and transcendent insight—issues shared by all Indic religions—and a large-scale, quantitative study of Tantric literature shows its radical antinomianism to be a highly managed ritual observance restricted to a sacerdotal elite.

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