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1 16th July 03:20
william j giddings
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Is anyone aware if any academically/formally recognized calogue exists for
Sanskrit Buddhist texts? And, if so, where is such catalogue maintained.

sarva mangalam
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2 17th July 13:46
gileht.com
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"William J Giddings" <wgdl24938@blueyonder.co.uk> a écrit dans le
message de news:LAuYa.11523$0p2.2780@news-binary.blueyonder.co.uk...

exists for

maintained.


There is one somewhere on the Internet !
There is on in Tibetan also.
I cant remember where ?

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3 19th July 00:32
sunhat
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http://ishi.lib.berkeley.edu/buddhist/bbrc/index.html
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4 19th July 00:33
william j giddings
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I'm aware of this site. Apart from some what disappointing content, it
appears to to be no longer maintained. The "last-edited" dates on many of
the pages are well over 5 years ago. Indeed, some of the transliteration
problems alluded to have been solved using ITRANS and suitable conversion
filters.

Anymore suggestions anyone?

My suggestion would be the Buddhist Sanskrit Text series as published by the
Mithila Institute, India. The Taisho, Kanjyur etc are established on the
basis of these being citable anthologies. Perhaps the BST could be the new T
? Does anyone know a link to a complete catologue of these texts?

sarva mangalam
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