Suvarnavarnavadana / tr and ed together with its Tibetan translation and the Laksacaityasamutpatti
The Suvarnavarnavadana has long been known as part of a work called the Vratavadanamala. With the discovery of a Sanskrit manuscript which, though without a title, corresponds very closely with both the Tibetan and the Chinese versions of this avadana it can now be asserted that the version as known through the manuscripts of the Vratavadanamala is only an adaptation of an earlier story for the purpose of illustrating the importance of practising various observances. This edition is chiefly...[Show more]
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