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བཅོམ་ ལྡན་ འདས་ཐུབ་

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223 × 34. Print 191 x 25. Six lines. This is a short biography of Baddha Shakhyathub.
Given by a Priest of Tashi Lhümpo. Containing the form of praises to be used
Can be ordered to be printed at by the monks during religious rites.
Tashi Lhümpo monastery.

པའི་དབང་པོའི་ རྣམ་ པར་ ཐར་པ་ལ་བསྟོད་པ་།

(Bchom-ldan-adas thub-pa-i
dbang-po-i rnam-par-thar-pa-la
bstod-pa). Leaves 12.

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104x24. Print 84 x 24. Five lines A prayer to the Goddess Dolma (Tara). Any bookseller. As. 2.

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offering arranged in a circle as an oblation to the Goddess Dolma.

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ལམ་རིམ་གསོལ་འདེབས་ 1984, Print , ༔ line. ལམ་མཆོག་སྒོ་འབྱེད་། ཡོན་ ཏན་གཞི་གྱུར་ མ་ བཅེས་ བཞུགས་།

i0x34. Print 8x24. six lines. This book contains prayers of the several steps Sera Do Khang Press ready printed towards perfection. As. 2. The Press is not at Sera, baton the top of a hill above Sera where the Lamas go to meditate.

(Lam-rim-gsol-adebs lam-mchhog

sgo-abyed yon-tun-gshi-gyur. ma-ches bshug8-80). Leaves 11.

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འཕགས་པ་འཇམ་དཔལ་ གྱི་མཚན་ཡང་ དག་ པར་ བརྗོད་པ་བཀླགས་ཐབས་ བཅས་བཞུགས་།

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འཕགས་པ་ཤེས་རབ་ཀྱི་ཕ་ ༠༠ 91, 81(4) Fn ,91() - u | ཆ poetioal rendering of the Prajikp#ramita. རོལ་དུ་ ཕྱིན་པ་བསྡུད་པ་ ཚིགས་སུ་བཅད་པ་བཞུགསོ་།

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“ The king of prayer.” It contains prayers of Phagpa Zangpo. ,

འཕགས་པ་བཟང་པོ་སྤྱོད་ པའི་སྨོན་ལམ་གྱི་རྒྱལ་པོ་ བཞུགས་།

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(Aphags-pa-bzang-po sphyod pa-i smon-lam-gyi rgyal-po bshugs. 80). Leaves 9.

This book contains a commentary of “elegant sayings

" collected from various sources by Phagpa-Zangpo.

འཕགས་པ་བཟང་པོ་སྤྱོད་ པའི་ཚིག་དོན་གྱི་འགྲེལ་བ་ ལེགས་ བཤད་ཀུན་ ལས་ བཏུས་པ་བཞུགས་སོ་

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(Knowledge obtainable throngh the mediam of the sacred writings) ando"

དྲང་བ་དང་ངེས་པའི་དོན་ རྣམ་པར་འབྱེད་པའི་བསྟན་ བཅོས་ལེགས་བཤད་སྙིང་ པོ་བཞགས་སོ་།

the sacred writings) and “ དེས་པ་སུ་”(Kaow

ledge of the truth obtained mystically by continued coutemplation).

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Series (6)

J. I 23

(Aphags-pa-bzang po spyod-pa-i

tshig-don-gyi agrel-ba legs-
bshad-kun-las-btus-pa bshugs.
8༠). Leave 35,

(Drang-ba-dang-nges-pa-i don.
rnam-par-abyed-pa-i bstan-
bchos-legs-bshad-snying-po
bshug8-so). Leaves 114.

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History of the Hutwa Raj with some unrecorded events of the administra

tion of Wurren Hastings and of the Indian Mutiny.--By GIRINDRA NATH DUTT. .

(With a Genealogical Table.) The Rajas of Hutwa are of the same caste as the Rajas of Benares, Bettiah, and Tikari. They are popularly called Babhans or Bhuidhar Babhans, to which caste the majority of the landed aristocracy of Behar belong. Although the origin of the Bhuinhars is much disputed, there is every reason to believe that they had been swaying over Behar from a prehistoric age. The word " Babhan" is neither Sanskrit nor Prakrit. But the word distinctly appears to have been used in the inscriptions of Asoka and in the Buddhist Suttas in the sense of Brahmin. This, as well as their locale, the cradle and arena of Buddhism, has led antiquarians to believe the Babhans to be those Brahmins who had turned Buddhists in the palmy days of Buddhism, but had forsaken Buddhism after its downfall and usurped the lands of the Buddhist monasteries for which they were called “ Bhuinhars, which too is not a Sanskrit word. The Pandits hold them to be " Murdhabhisiktas," a caste, mentioned in Mana and other Smritis, intermediate between the Brahmin and the Kshatriya, whilst the Babhans hold themselves to be those Brahmins who had, out of the six duties enjoined, forsaken three and allege the term to be a phonetic contraction of Brahmin. The Desabali,l (a rare MSS. in the collection of the Asiatic Society of Bengal) which narrates the conquest of a Buddhist king, speaks of a king Ratul, who had settled at Amnour making friendship with the Bhuinhars there, and who subsequently conquered

पौठघट्टाच निःसृत्य बहवो राजपुत्रकाः। मगधंदेशे मागधीतीरे वसन्ति स्म पुरा नृप । पौठघट वसत्ताच चक्ररातुलो महीपतिः। गतवान् काच्चिद्रोहम

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बासैव गतयान् चामोनरकं । आमनोरेव बसतिञ्चक्रे भूपो दैवतः। चयनपुरच्च येनैव जितं युद्धकुतूहलैः । भोजपुरच्च प्रशसाम निजबाहुवलेन च । पञ्चविंशतिराज्यान्यि कृत्वा रातुलभूपतिः। पञ्चत्वं गतवान् तत्र ब्रह्मकोपाच्च वैजन । त्रिप स्थानेषु भूमिहारजातिश्चैव ततः परम् । नियात्य च गङ्गायाश्चोभयपार्श्वञ्च चाधिचक्रे च वैजल॥

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