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Rinchen Terdzö Item Subtype

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Contributors

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Director(s)

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Scribe(s)

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Terma: Is this work related to, or is a translation of, a particular Terma (gter ma): Yes

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(Wylie; separate multiple entries with semicolons.)

Parent Cycle in Tibetan

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Examples

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  • [[Nāgārjuna]]: TITLE (P2011, Tōh.1119), TITLE (P2015, Tōh.1123), and TITLE (P2013, Tōh.1121); [[Aśvaghosa]]: TITLE (P5308, Tōh.3912); [[Vasubandhu]]: TITLE (P5559, Tōh.4058); [[Kambala]]: TITLE (P5866, Tōh.3895); Āryadeva: TITLE (P5871, Tōh.-); [[Tilopa]]: TITLE (P3132, Tōh.2303); [[Candrakīrti]]: TITLE (P5264, Tōh.3863); and others.

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  • [[Nāgārjuna]] ([[slob dpon klu sgrub]]): [[dharmadhātustotra]] ([[chos kyi dbyings su bstod pa]]), Otani: (P2010), [[bstod tshogs]], ka 73a7-77b8 (vol.46, p.31), (Tōh. 1118), ka 63b5-67b3. (N) ka 70a1-74b4. (Kinsha) 10, ka 90b1 (p.47-1-1). [http://www.thlib.org/encyclopedias/literary/canons/kt/catalog.php#cat=d/1128 THL Tibetan Literary Encyclopedia]
In this case, the format is
  • [[AUTHOR]] ([[AUTHORTIBETANNAME]]): [[SANSKRITTITLE]] ([[TIBETANTITLE]]), (PEKINGNUMBER), [[GENRE]], Otani: Tōh.INFORMATIONFROMOTANIONLINECATALOG. [PLACELINKHERE THL Tibetan Literary Encyclopedia]..
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  • [[SUTTANAME]]. [[SECTIONNAME]] # [ONLINEREFERENCE]
  • [[Vedana-Samyutta]]. [[Saṃyutta Nikāya]] 36 [http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/sn/index.html#salayatana AccesstoInsight]

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Tibetan Himalayan Library Nyingma Gyudbum Archive Link

Translations of this text

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Volume Number

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Page Numbers Within Volume

Total Number of Pages in this item:

Start Folio Line Number

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Total Number of Folios

Karchag Page

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Does this item belong to a multi-volume work?: Yes

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Archivist notes

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Notes from Schwieger's Catalog

Notes from Richard Barron (Chokyi Nyima)

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