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Life and travels of Lo-chen Bsod-nams Rgya-mtsho

by Franz-Karl Ehrhard

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Published by Lumbini International Research Institute in Lumbini .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • Tibet,
  • Tibet.,
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Bsod-nams-rgya-mtsho, Lo-tsā-ba, 1424-1482,
    • Bsod-nams-rgya-mtsho, Lo-tsā-ba, 1424-1482 -- Travel -- China -- Tibet,
    • Bsod-nams-rgya-mtsho, Lo-tsā-ba, 1424-1482 -- Travel -- Nepal,
    • Scholars, Buddhist -- China -- Tibet -- Biography,
    • Translators -- China -- Tibet -- Biography,
    • Scholars, Buddhist -- Travel -- China -- Tibet,
    • Scholars, Buddhist -- Travel -- Nepal,
    • Translators -- Travel -- China -- Tibet,
    • Translators -- Travel -- Nepal

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFranz-Karl Ehrhard.
      GenreBiography.
      SeriesMonograph series / Lumbini International Research Institute ;, 3, Monograph series (Lumbini International Research Institute) ;, 3.
      ContributionsLumbini International Research Institute.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBQ942.S675 E57 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination125 p. ;
      Number of Pages125
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3717252M
      ISBN 109993376965
      LC Control Number2003328305

      Beijing: Mi rigs dpe skrun khang, , which is based on the DK-DZO biography, and has important differences with the lHo rong chos 'byung. Yerburgh reckons that rGya Pho ba lung pa was born in or and died in or The DK-DZO, Yerburgh quotes his source as dKon mchog rgya mtsho, vol. 63, p. , Among Tibetan Texts is part of Wisdom‘s acclaimed Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism series. For three decades, E. Gene Smith ran the Library of Congress‘s Tibetan Text Publication Project (PL)-an effort to salvage and reprint the Tibetan literature that had been collected by communities and exiles of Sikkim, Bhutan, India, and Nepal.

      founded by Chos-dbyings-rgya-mtsho of gTsang ("fl. between and "), who was patronized by the 1st pal).-chen and later called by the 5th Dalai Lama to work for him. A BRIEF POLITICAL HISTORY OF TIBET BY. GU-RU BKRA-SHIS *. Dan Martin. September Note: This a pre-published version of the same essay that is found in: Ernst Steinkellner, ed., Tibetan History and Language: Studies Dedicated to Uray Géza on His Seventieth Birthday, Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien, Universität Wien (Vienna ), pp.

      This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Before looking at its content, let us first survey some of the more superficial details of the book under review and the two manuscripts on which it is based. It begins with a very detailed table of contents (pp. ), which is followed by an introduction (pp. ) from the .


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A list of the translations of Mah ā pa ṇ ḍ ita Vanaratna and his interpreters is included. The Inheritance of Change. Transmission and Practice of Tibetan Ehrhard F.-K. Life and Travels of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho Lumbini Lumbini International Export Citation; Ehrhard F.-K.

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Life and Travels of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho. Lumbinī, Nepal, Assessment of the biographical tradition of a fifteenth-century translator mainly active in Lho kha on the basis of a work written by the Fourth Zhva dmar pa.

A list of the translations of Mahāpaṇḍita Vanaratna and his interpreters is included. Block Prints from Mang-yul Gung-thang (Lumbini ), Life and Travels of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho (Lumbini ), and Die Statue und der Tempel des Ārya Va-ti bzang-po (Wiesbaden ).

Bibliografische Information der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek: Die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek verzeichnet diese Publikation in der DeutschenFile Size: 2MB. Life and Travels of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho (Lumbini International Research Institute Monograph Series 3). Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.

Ehrhard, Franz-Kark. “Spiritual Relationships between Rulers and Preceptors: The Three Journeys of. For Zhamar Zhwa dmar IV himself, see now F.-K.

Ehrhard, Life and Travels of Lo-chen Bsod-nams rgya-mtsho (Lumbini: Lumbini International Resarch Institute, ), [9] Roerich. Life and Travels of Lo-chen Bsod-nams Rgya-mtsho, Lumbini Internatio nal Research Institute, Facsimile Monograph Series III.

Lumbini International Research Institute, Lumbini, ISBNpp. Endo, Yüjun. 'Studies in the Sarvatathägatatattvasamgraha.' In: Kawasaki Daishi Institute (ed.), Essays on Buddhist Culture, IX, pp.

Facsimile Edition Series Vol. 3: A Buddhist Correspondence: The Letters of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho Monograph Series Vol. 3: Life and Travels of the Lumbini International Research Institute).

This painting is mentioned in Franz-Karl Ehrhard’s book Life and Travels of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho, which records that Vanaratna appeared in dreams to Lochen; in one dream, he held his. Facsimile Edition Series Vol. 3: A Buddhist Correspondence: The Letters of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho Monograph Series Vol.

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Lumbini International Research Institute, Lumbini, ISBNpp. Google Scholar. His research work centres on religious and literary traditions in Tibet and the Himalayas. His latest publications include Early Buddhist Block Prints from Mang-yul Gung-thang (Lumbini International Research Institute, ), and The Life and Travels of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho (Lumbini International Research Institute, ).

Life and Travels of Lo-chen Bsod-nams Rgya-mtsho, Lumbini Internatio- nal Research Institute, Facsimile Monograph Series III. Lumbini International Research Institute, Lumbini, ISBNpp.

Bsod nams rgya mtsho's reincarnation (Dalai Lama IV, Yon tan rgya mtsho, –) was discovered as the great-grandson of Altan Khan, the only Dalai Lama not Tibetan by birth. The intellectual and institutional vitality of the Dga' ldan pa did not go unopposed, and the Sa skya in. Travels within Tibet and further studies Establishment of practice places Further studies under bSod-nams rgyal-mtshan and under the great Bu-ston Rin-chen grub.

Life and travels of Lo-chen Bsod-nams Rgya-mtsho. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute, pp. Ehrhard Franz-Karl Ehrhard. "Spiritual Relationships Between Rulers and Preceptors: The Three Journeys of Vanaratna () to Tibet".

The letters of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho ; facsimile edition of a 15th century Tibetan manuscript ; with an introduction. Facsimile edition series / Lumbini International Research Institute, Bd.

3. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute. Ehrhard, Franz-Karl (): Life and travels of Lo-chen bSod-nams rgya-mtsho.23 On Lo chen bsod nams rgya mtsho and his interactions with Vanaratna we have the fine monograph-study Ehrhard ; on the Kun dga’ rgyal mtshan from sNe’u gdoṅ see especially 39ff.

24 Whose name is given in the TBRC record (P) simply as Kun dga’ blo gros, with as name variants Grub chen kun blo and Kun blo, grub chen.Among the foremost are the lay adept Bsnubs Sangs rgyas ye shes (Nup Sangye Yeshe, c.

tenth century), Rong zom Chos kyi bzang po (Rongzom Chözang, eleventh century), Klong chen Rab 'byams pa (Longchen Rabjampa, –), Lo chen Dharmaśrī (–), 'Jigs med gling pa (Jikme Lingpa, –), and Mi pham rgya mtsho (Mipham Gyatso.