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Contains one hundred and eight further stories of Buddha's previous births with Sanskrit text interlined.
This volume describes the history of Tibet from the beginning to King Srong-tsan-gam-po's reign. It contains some particulars of this king, who was a great Conqueror and Reformer; certain marks of perfection described in him even in his infancy like those of Avalokitesvara, how he began the work of civilising his subjects and directed his minister "Thumi Sambhota " to proceed to India and make acquaintance with Buddhist writings.
This book explains the spiritual good derived from
This book contains the life of "Je-tsun-mila-ras-
to have studied the law of Buddha and passed the rest of his life here in religious meditation and preaching. Certain marks of perfection exhibited by him during his life-time, the difficul. ties undergone by him while studying the laws of Buddha under his master named " Marpa Lotsawa and how he became celebrated for his holy meditation are described in it.
This volume consists of religious "hymns" com-
E. H. C. Walsh-Tibetan books from Lhasa.
It contains a full biography of
jung-ne also called "Padma-Sambhava." It
21 × 3. Print 18 x 24. Bought | This book is a brief biography of the above Gu-rufrom a bookseller. Can be bought pad-ma-juug-ne.
at any bookseller's shop in Lhasa Price 11 T.= Rs. 4-2-0.
This book contains the instructions of "Gu-ru-
This contains the several instructions of Gu-ru-
(Lo-pan-bka-i-thang). Leaves 81,
སྐྲ་བརྒྱུར་མར་པ་ལོ་ཙཱའི་ རྣམ་ཐར་ །
(Sgra-bsgyur mar-pa lo tsha-irnam-thar). Leaves 91.
(Bai-ro-tsa-na-i rnam-thar), Leaves 130.
53 × 9. Print 49 x 5.80. Price 4 T. Rs. 1-11-0. Blocks at Tenge-ling. This has to be ordered to be printed from the block there.
Contains the instructions of "Gu-ru-pad-majung-ne to Pandits regarding the prohibitions relating to the monastic life, conduct, dress, food and habitations, etc., and also as to how to follow his rules.
The biography of "Marpa-lo-tsa-wa," who was the master of Jetsun-mila-ras-pa. It describes how Mila-ra-pa was taught the rules of his Sect (Kar-gyud-pa), how he became a celebrated reformer of that Sect and translator of many Buddhist Canons from Sanskrit into Tibetan.
The life of Bai-ro-tsa-na. He was remarkable for his knowledge of Indian languages and was active in promoting the taste for literature in Tibet, He became celebrated as a translator of many Buddhist Canons from Sanskrit into. Tibetan.
A short biography of the above Lamas showing how they taught one another and how they became celebrated reformers of the Kargyudpa Sect. It also describes how their instructions were obeyed.