Category:Tibetan Buddhist canon
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This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.
Pages in category "Tibetan Buddhist canon"
The following 44 pages are in this category, out of 44 total.
- The Bodhisattva’s Garland of Jewels
- The Buddha’s Many Biographies, 17th-18th c.
- The Catalogue of Texts of the Tibetan Buddhist Canon Kept at the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts, RAS. Vol. 3: Separate Texts and Collections (I)
- The Classification of the Tibetan Dragon Canon
- The Contents of Kanjur and its Importance
- The Early Diffusion, Spread of Buddhism, and Early Translations
- The Formal Buddhist Canonical Collections of Tibet
- The Kanjurs, the Influence of Technology, and the Meaning of the Various Versions
- The Mahayana Vinaya category was developed in China, but not in the Tibetan collections
- The Period of Decline, a Halt to Buddhism and Translations
- The Structure of the Tibetan Dragon Canon, or the Taiwan Kangxi Kangyur
- The three principles of the path
- The Tibetan Buddhist Canon
- The Tibetan Canon
- The wonderful Orgyan Ling Manuscript Kanjur
- Tibetan Buddhism and usually stick with the Chinese and Chan Buddhism
- Tibetan Buddhist canon
- Tibetan Buddhist Canon, the Product of a Millennium of Buddhism in Tibet
- Tibetan Buddhist Canon: the Dragon Kangyur and its Amazing Merits and Beauty of Buddha’s Teaching
- Tibetan Buddhist Sacred Texts