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The Bhaisajyaguru-Sutra and the Buddhism of Gilgit

Schopen, Gregory Robert


This work is made up of three uncqunl parts. The first part contains an edition of the Sanskrit text of what I have called 'Redaction A' of the Bhaisajyaguru-Sutra. This edition is based on a single manuscript found at Gilgit; with variants from four other manuscripts, also found at Gilgit, given in the critical apparatus. Stylistically 'Redaction A' seems to represent an 'unrevised" version of the text, perhaps a first attempt at Gilgit to commit an oral tradition to writing. The second...[Show more]

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Date published: 1978
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d7786c56ca9e


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