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MSV 1,11: Pāṇḍulohitakavastu
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Click to Expand/Collapse OptionPāṇḍulohitaka: tarjanīyaṃ karma
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MSV 1,11: Pāṇḍulohitakavastu
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1. References
2. Bibliography
3. Secondary source(s)
4. Credits


GBM, FE = Gilgit Buddhist Manuscripts (Facsimile Edition), ed. by Raghu Vira and Lokesh Chandra, 10 vols., New Delhi 1959-1974, Śata-Piṭaka Series 10, in vol. 6; repr. in 3 parts Delhi 1995, vol. 2)

Abbreviations for the whole library.

Nobuyuki Yamagiwa: Das Pāṇḍulohitakavastu, Über die verschiedenen Verfahrensweisen der Bestrafung in der buddhistischen Gemeinde, Neuausgabe der Sanskrit-Handschrift aus Gilgit, tibetischer Text und deutsche Übersetzung, Marburg 2001 (Indica et Tibetica, 41).

Secondary source(s):
Dutt, N. (1984). Gilgit Manuscripts, ed. vol. III: Mūlasarvāstivādavinayavastu, part III (Srinagar 1943), pp. 5-58: Pāṇḍulohitakavastu, second edition, Delhi 1984.

Parsing and Input by Jens Braarvig, 9th of August 2104.

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