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MSV 1,05: Carmavastu
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MSV 1,05: Carmavastu
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Contents

1. Bibliography
2. Credits



Abbreviations for the whole library.


Bibliography:
Carmavastu of the Vinayavastvāgama of the Mūlasarvāstivadin. Ed. N. Dutt, Gilgit Manuscript, vol. III: Mūlasarvāstivādavinayavastu, part IV (Calcutta 1950), pp. 159-210. (Second edition: Delhi 1984).
 
FE: Gilgit Buddhist Manuscripts (Facsimile Edition), ed. by Raghu Vira and Lokesh Chandra, 10 pts., New Delhi 1959-1974 (Śata-Piṭaka Series 10).
 
GBM IV: Gilgit Manuscript, ed. N. Dutt, vol. III, part IV, Calcutta 1950.


Credits:

Input by Phra Wee and Jens Braarvig, August 2014.


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