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MSV 0,0: Mūlasarvāstivādavinaya
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Contents

1. Introduction
2. References
3. Bibliography
4. Credits


Introduction:

CONTENTS:

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0,00 Mūlasarvāstivādavinaya
1,00 Vinayavastūdāna (tib)
1,01 Pravrajyāvastu (san, tib)
1,02 Poṣadhavastu (san, tib)
1,03 Pravāraṇāvastu (san, tib, chi)
1,04 Varṣāvastu (san, tib, chi)
1,05 Carmavastu (san, tib, chi)
1,06 Bhaiṣajyavastu
1,07 Cīvaravastu
1,08 Kaṭhinavastu
1,09 Kośāmbakavastu
1,10 Karmavastu
1,11 Pāṇḍulohitakavastu (san, tib)
1,12 Pudgalavastu
1,13 Pārivāsikavastu
1,14 Poṣadhasthāpanavastu (san, tib)
1,15 Śayanāsanavastu
1,16 Adhikaraṇavastu
1,17 Saṅghabhedavastu (old version, first part, san, tib chi); new version (complete, only tib)
2,00 Prātimokṣasūtra (san, tib, chi, eng)
2,01 Vinayavibhaṅga
3,00 Bhikṣuṇīprātimokṣa (tib)
3,01 Bhikṣuṇīvibhaṅga
4,00 Kṣudrakavastu
5,00 Uttaragrantha 1: Kaśmīr Upāliparipṛcchā
6,00 Uttaragrantha 2
6,01 Upāliparipṛcchā
6,01 Vibhaṅga
6,01,2 Vastu
6,02 *Vinīta
6,03 *Ekottara
6,04 *Pañcaka
6,05 *Ṣoḍaśaka
6,06 Nidāna
6,07 Muktaka
6,08 Kathāvastu
6,09 Māṇavika
6,10 Mātṛkā
7,0 Conclusion


References:

See also Mūlasarvāstivādavinayasaṃgraha, a commentary on the Bhikṣuprātimokṣa by Viśeṣamitra, 尊者勝友 translated by Yijing 義淨. The work is also extant in Tibetan (’dul ba bsdus pa, D Tj ’dul ba nu 92b-279a), from where we have the name of the author. The Sanskrit original is not extant.




Abbreviations for the whole library.


Bibliography:


Credits:

The work on the MSV on the Bibliotheca Polyglotta site stands on the shoulders on various Giants: Ulrich Pagel provided the complete transliterated Tibetan text from the Derge, and Shayne Clarke provided invaluable help in generously giving us access to his unpublished pdfs with complete parsing of san, tib and chi of all the vastus. Further, we would like to express our great gratitude to Klaus Wille for his enormous work in making Buddhist texts available in GRETIL, and otherwise!  We of course also profited greatly by all the work done by the editors of the individual vastus in recent years – their great contributions are mentioned in the bibliographies of each part of the MSV as on the BP.


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