3 edition of Rin-chen-bzaṅ-po and the renaissance of Buddhism in Tibet around the millennium found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Giuseppe Tucci ; English version of Indo-Tibetica II ; first draft translation by Nancy Kipp Smith under the direction of Thomas J. Pritzker ; edited by Lokesh Chandra.|
|Series||Śata-piṭaka series -- v. 348|
|Contributions||Dpal-ye-śes, Gu-ge Khyi-thaṅ-pa., Lokesh Chandra., Smith, Nancy Kipp.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||121|
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Buddhism reached Tibet relatively late, around the 7th century, and within a few centuries it became the dominant religion on the Tibetan plateau. Tibet continued to receive transmissions of texts and practices from India until approximately CE, and thus received the full flowering of Indian Buddhism, particularly the tantric or Vajrayāna.
Rinchen Zangpo was one of the most important translators in Tibetan history. Working under the sponsorship of the kings of Guge, he was responsible for the translation of many of the texts of the Second Propagation of Buddhism in Tibet.
Seventeen volumes of his translations are in the Kangyur, and thirty-three volumes in the Tengyur. He is credited with one hundred and eight volumes of tantric.
Tsepak Rigdzin. "Rinchen Zangpo: The Great Tibetan Translator." Tibet Journal 9, pp. Tucci, Giuseppe. Rin-chen bzaṅ-po and the Renaissance of Buddhism in Tibet Around the First Millenium. New Delhi: Aditya Prakashan. Van Schaik, Sam.
Tibet: A History. "Rin-chen-bzaṅ-po and the Renaissance of Buddhism in Tibet Around the Millenium Indo-Tibetica II (pp. ) New Delhi: Aditya Prakashan. van der Kuijp, Leonard W. “Fourteenth Century Tibetan Cultural History III: The Oeuvre of Bla ma dam pa Bsod nams rgyal mtshan (), Part One.” Berliner Indologische Studien 7 (): Results for 'Bstan-&' (try it on Scholar) 36 found.
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