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MSV 3,01: Bhikṣuṇīvibhaṅga

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Note on the transliteration:
The transliteration system of the BP/TLB is based on the Unicode/UTF-8 system. However, there may be difficulties with some of the letters – particularly on PC/Windows-based systems, but not so much on the Mac. We have chosen the most accepted older and traditional systems of transliteration against, e.g, Wylie for Tibetan, since with Unicode it is possible, in Sanskrit and Tibetan, etc., to represent one sound with one letter in almost all the cases (excepting Sanskrit and Tibetan aspirated letters, and Tibetan tsa, tsha, dza). We thus do not use the Wylie system which widely employs two letters for one sound (ng, ny, sh, zh etc.).
We ask you in particular to note the use of the ’ apostrophe and not the ' representing the avagrāha in Sanskrit, and most important the ’a-chuṅ in Tibetan. On the Mac the ’ is Alt-M.
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Click to Expand/Collapse OptionBhikṣuṇīvibhaṅga
Kj ’dul ba ta 31a1-3
rig pa’i gnas bco brgyad dag la mkhas par gyur te | ’di lta ste | gsaṅ sṅags daṅ | rgyud daṅ | cho gźi ba mo daṅ | gtan tshigs kyi rig pa daṅ | rig byed daṅ | brda sprod pa daṅ | sgreṅs par sbyor ba daṅ | śes gsal daṅ | (2) ṅes pa’i tshig daṅ | sde ba sbyor bsdus ba daṅ | skra ma’i rig ba daṅ | rtogs byed kyi rig pa daṅ | chur ltuṅ gi rig pa daṅ | cher spyod kyi rig pa daṅ | ’jig rten rgyaṅ ’phen pa’i rig pa daṅ | rgyud drug bcu pa daṅ | khyur(3) med kyi rig pa daṅ | gnas ’dug gi rig pa daṅ | rig pa’i gnas bco brgyad po ’di dag thams cad la blo śin tu rno bar gyur to ||
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