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The bibliography is ordered as follows: Indic and Ostensibly Indic Tibetan Sources, Chinese Sources, Indigenous Tibetan Sources, Archaeological and Epigraphic Materials, and General Modern Sources. Indic sources are arranged according to the Sanskrit alphabet, with Tibetan titles for which there is no Indic equivalent inserted in Tibetan dictionary order. Indige nous Tibetan sources are also in dictionary order. Chinese sources and general modern sources are ordered according to the Roman alphabet.

INDIC AND OSTENSIBLY INDIC TIBETAN SOURCES

Advayavajrasamgraha.

Shastri, Haraprasad, ed. 1927. Advayavajrasamgraha. GOS, no. 40. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

Apadana.

Lilley, M., ed. 1925–27. Apadana. London: Oxford University Press for the Pali Text Society.

Abhidharmakosabhasya.

Pradhan, Pralhad, ed. 1975. Abhidharmakosabhasyam of Vasubandhu. TSWS, vol. 8. 2d. rev. ed. Patna: K. P. Jayaswal Research Institute.

Abhidharmasamuccaya.

Pradhan, Pralhad, ed. 1950. Abhidharma Samuccaya of Asanga. Santiniketan: Visvabharati. To. 4049; T. 1605.

Abhidharmasamuccaya-bhasyam.

Tatia, Nathmal, ed. 1976. Abhidharmasamuccaya-bhasyam. TSWS, no. 17. Patna: K. P. Jayaswal Research Institute. To. 4053; T. 1606.

Abhidharmasamuccaya-vyakhya. Asc. Jinaputra. To. 4054. bsTan-’gyur, sems-tsam, li, fols. 117a5–293a7.

Abhisekanirukti. Asc. Ratnakarasanti. To. 2476. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 159b4–168b7.

Abhisamayalamkaraloka.

Vaidya, P. L., ed. 1960. Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita with Haribhadra’s Commentary Called Aloka. BST, no. 4. Darbhanga: Mithila Institute.

Amoghapasahrdayadharani.

Meisezahl, R. O. 1962. “The Amoghapasahrdaya-dharani: The Early Sanskrit Manuscript of the Ruiunji Critically Edited and Translated.” Monumenta Nipponica 17:265–328.

Arthasastra.

Kangle, R. P., ed. and trans. 1960. The Kautiliya Arthasastra. University of Bombay Studies in Sanskrit, Pakrit, and Pali, nos. 1–3. Bombay: University of Bombay. See Scharfe 1993, below.

*Ardhapancamagatha. Asc. Nagabuddhi. To. 2278. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 128a6–133a4.

Avadanasatakam.

Vaidya, P. L., ed. 1958. Avadanasatakam. BST, no. 19. Darbhanga: Mithila Institute.

Avantisundarikatha.

Kale, M. R. 1966. Dasakumaracarita of Dandin. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Uddiyanasriyogayoginisvabhutasambhoga-smasanakalpa. Asc. Birba-pa (Virupa).

To. 1744. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, sha, fols. 111b6–113b2.

Rgveda.

Van Nooten, Barend A., and Gary B. Holland. 1994. Rig Veda: A Metrically Restored Text with an Introduction and Notes. HOS, vol. 50. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Karunapundarika.

Yamada, Isshi. 1968. Karunapundarika: The White Lotus of Compassion. 2 vols. London: School of Oriental and African Studies. Reprint, New Delhi: Heritage, 1989.

Karpuramanjari.

Konow, Sten, and Charles Rockwell Lanman, ed. and trans. 1901. Raja-Çekhara’s Karpura-Manjari—A Drama by the Indian Poet Rajaçekhara (About 900 a.d.). HOS, vol. 4. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Kanhapadasya dohakosa.

Bagchi, Prabodh Chandra. 1935. Dohakosa. University of Calcutta Journal of the Department of Letters 28. [Monograph with the surviving anonymous Sanskrit commentary.]

Shahidullah, M. 1928. Les Chants mystiques de Kanha et de Saraha—les Doha-Kosa. Paris: Adrien-Maisonneuve.

Karandavyuha-sutra.

Mette, Adelheid, ed. and trans. 1997. Die Gilgitfragmente des Karandavyuha. Indica et Tibetica Monographien zu end Sprachen und Literaturen des indo- tibetischen Kulturraumes, no. 29. Swisttal-Odendorf: Indica et Tibetica Verlag.

Vaidya, P. L., ed. 1961. Mahayana-Sutra-SaMgraha. Part 1. BST, no. 17, pp. 258–308. Darbhanga: Mithila Institute.

Kalikapurana.

Shastri, B. N. 1991–92. The Kalikapurana (Text, Introduction & Translation in English). 3 vols. Delhi: Nag Publishers. Kavyamimamsa.

Parashar, Sadhana, ed. and trans. 2000. KavyamimaMsa of Rajasekhara: Original Text in Sanskrit and Translation with Explanatory Notes. New Delhi: D. K. Printworld.

KavyalaNkara.

Sastry, P. V. Naganatha. 1970. Kavyalankara of Bhamaha—Edited with English Translation and Notes. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Kiratarjuniye.

Bahadur, Kaisher, ed. and trans. 1972. The Kiratarjuniye by Bharavi. Vol. 1. Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak Bhandar.

Kubjikamata-tantra.

Goudriaan, T., and J. A. Schoterman, eds. 1988. Kubjikamatatantra— Kulalikamnaya Version. Leiden: E. J. Brill.

Kularnava Tantra.

Vidyaratna, Taranatha, ed. 1917. Kularnava Tantra. Reprint, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1965.

Krtyakalpataru.

Aiyangar, K. V. Rangaswami, ed. 1942. Krtyakalpataru of Bhatta Laksmidhara. Vol. 8: Tirthavivecana-kanda. GOS, no. 98. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

———. 1943. Idem. Vol. 11: Rajadharma-kanda. GOS, no. 100. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

———. 1950. Idem. Vol. 4: Sraddhakanda. GOS, no. 110. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

Krsnayamari-tantra.

Rinpoche, Samdhong, and Vrajvallabh Dwivedi, eds. 1992. Krsnayamari-tantram with Ratnavali Panjika of Kumaracandra. RBTS, no. 9. Sarnath: Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies.

Kosalalamkara-tattvasamgraha-tika. Sakyamitra. To. 2503. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, yi, fols. 1b1–245a7, ri, fols. 1b1–202a5.

Khasama-tantraraja. To. 386. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ga, fols. 199a7–202a1.

Khasama-tantra-tika. Ratnakarasanti.

Upadhyay, Jagannath, ed. 1983. Khasama-tantra-tika.Varanasi: Sampurnananda Samskrta Visvavidyalaya. To. 1424. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, wa, fols. 153a3–171a7.

Gaüdavaho.

Suru, N. G., ed. and trans. 1975. Gaüdavaho of Vakpatiraja. Prakrit Text Society Series, no. 18. Ahmedabad: Prakrit Text Society.

Gandavyuha.

Suzuki, Daisetz Teitaro, and Hokei Idzumi, eds. 1949. The Gandavyuha Sutra. 2d rev. ed. Tokyo: Society for the Publication of Sacred Books of the World.

Guhyagarbha-tantra (also known as Guhyakosa-tantra). To. 832. bsTan-’gyur, rnying rgyud, kha, fols. 110b1–132a7. See Kaneko 1982, no. 187.

Guhyasamaja Mahaguhyatantraraja.

Matsunaga, Yukei, ed. 1978. Guhyasamaja Tantra. Osaka: Toho Shuppan.

Guhyasiddhi. Asc. Padmavajra.

Rinpoche, Samdhong, and Vrajvallabh Dwivedi, eds. 1987. Guhyadi-Astasiddhi- Sangraha. RBTS, no. 1, pp. 5–62. Sarnath: Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies.

Guhyarthaprakasamahadbhuta. Asc. Gambhiravajra (Zab-pa’i rdo-rje). To. 1200. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ja, fols. 111a2–154b1.

Goraksasiddhantasangraha.

Pandeya, Janardana Sastri, ed. 1973. Goraksasiddhantasangraha. Saraswatibhavana- Granthamala, Vol. 110. Varanasi: Varanaseya Sanskrta Visvavidyalaya.

Grub thob brgyad cu rtsa bzhi’i gsol ‘debs. Asc. Vajrasana. To. 3758. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, tshu, fols. 110a6–113b3.

Grub thob lnga bcu’i rtogs pa brjod pa thig le ‘od kyi phreng ba. Asc. *Dakini. To. 2444. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 71b1–74a7.

Candamaharosana-tantra.

George, Christopher S., ed. and trans. 1974. Candamaharosana-tantra. New Haven, CT: American Oriental Society. To. 431.

Catuhpitha-mahayogini-tantraraja. To. 428. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, nga, fols. 181a1–231b5.

Catuhsataka.

Lang, Karen, ed. and trans. 1981. Aryadeva’s Catuhsataka: On the Bodhisattva’s Cultivation of Merit and Knowledge. Indiske Studier, no. 7. Copenhagen: Akademisk Forlag.

*Caturasitisiddhapravrtti. Asc. Abhayadattasri. Pe. 5091.

Dowman, Keith, trans. 1985. Masters of Mahamudra: Songs and Histories of the Eighty-Four Buddhist Siddhas. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Robinson, James B., ed. and trans. 1979. Buddha’s Lions: The Lives of the Eighty- Four Siddhas. Berkeley: Dharma.

*Caturasitisiddhasambodhihrdaya. Asc. dPa’-bo ‘od-gsal (*Viraprabha). To. 2292. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 153a6–158b1.

*Caturasitisiddhabhisamaya. Asc. *Srisena (dPal gyi sde) of Nepal. To. 4317. Ed. and trans. in Schmidt 1958, pp. 155–169.

Candraguhya-tilaka-mahatantraraja. To. 477. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ja, fols. 247b4–303a7.

Caryagitikosa.

Kværne, Per. 1977. An Anthology of Buddhist Tantric Songs: A Study of the Caryagiti. Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi II Hist.-Filos. Klasse Skrifter Ny Serie, no. 14. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

Sen, Nilratan. 1977. Caryagitikosa Facsimile Edition. Simla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study.

Cittaguhyagambhirarthagiti. Asc. Sabaresvara. To. 2448. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 82b1–83a1.

Cittaguhyadoha. Asc. *Dakini. To. 2443. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 67a3–71a7.

Chinnamundasadhana. Asc. Birwa. To. 1555. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, za, fols. 206a1–208a4. See Nihom 1992.

Jnanatilaka-tantra. Sri Jnanatilaka-yoginitantraraja-paramamahadbhuta. To. 422. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, nga, fols. 96b6–136b4.

Jnanatilakapanjika-guhyatattva. Attributed to Jnanaparama. To. 1203. bsTan- ’gyur, rgyud, ja, fols. 208b1–271b7.

Jnanasiddhi. Asc. Indrabhuti. Edited with Guhyasiddhi, pp. 93–157. Bhattacharya, Benoytosh, ed. 1929. Two Vajray¯ana Works. GOS, no. 44. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

Dakarnava-tantra. Sri Dakarnavamahayoginitantraraja. To. 372. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud- ’bum, kha, fols. 137a1–264b7. The Apabhramsa verses edited in Chaudhuri 1935.

Dakinyupadesasrotraparamparapidacchedanavavada. Anon. To. 2286. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 145a1–150a2.

Dakinijalasamvararahasya. Asc. Ananga Yogin. Rinpoche, Samdhong, and Vrajvallabh Dwivedi, eds. 1990.

Dakinijalasamvararahasya. RBTS, no. 8. Sarnath: Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies.

Tantrarthavatara. Asc. Buddhaguhya. To. 2501. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ‘i, fols. 1b1–91b6.

Tillopadadohakosa. In Bagchi 1935, with Kanhapadasya dohakosa, pp. 1–4, 41–51.

*Tirthikacandalika. Asc. Acarya Acinta. To. 2393. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 22b7–23a3. See chapter 5.

Trimsikavijnaptibhasya.

Lévi, Sylvain, ed. 1925. Vijnaptimatratasiddhi. Bibliothèque de l’École des Hautes Études, fasc. 245. Paris: Librairie Ancienne Honoré Champion.

Trailokyavijaya-mahakalparaja. To. 482. bKa’-’gyur, gyud ‘bum, ta, fols. 10a1–57a7. T. 1171, 1172.

Dasabhumika.

Kondo, Ryuko, ed. 1936. Dasabhumisvaro Nama Mahayanasutram. Rinsen Buddhist Text Series II. Reprint, Kyoto: Rinsen Book Company, 1983.

Divyavadana.

Vaidya, P. L., ed. 1959. Divyavadana. BST, no. 20. Darbhanga: Mithila Institute.

Dighanikaya.

Rhys Davids, T. W., and J. E. Carpenter, eds. 1890–1911. Dighanikaya. 3 vols. London: H. Frowde for the Pali Text Society.

Dohakosa. Asc. Birba-pa. To. 2280. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 134a1–136a4.

Dravva-samgaha. Nemicandra Siddhanta-cakravartti.

Ghoshal, Sarat Chandra, ed. and trans. 1917. Dravya-samgraha. The Sacred Books of the Jainas, vol. 1. Arrah: Central Jaina Publishing House.

Dvikramatattvabhavana-mukhagama. Asc. Buddhasrijnana. To. 1853. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, di, fols. 1b1–17b2.

Dhammapadatthakatha.

Smith, H., and H. E. Norman, eds. 1906–1915. Dhammapadatthakatha. 5 vols. London: H. Frowde for the Pali Text Society.

Burlingame, E.W., trans. 1921. Buddhist Legends. HOS, nos. 28–30. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

*Dharanisamgraha. Translated 653–654 c.e. by *Atikuta. T.901.18.785a1–897b19. Dhyanottarapatalakrama. To. 808. bKa’-’gyur, gyud ‘bum, wa, fols. 223a1–225b7. Dhyanottara-patala-tika Asc. Buddhaguhya. To. 2670. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, thu, fols. 1b1–38a3.

Natyasastra.

Kavi, Manavalli Ramakrishna, ed. 1926–34. Natyasastra with the Commentary of Abhinavagupta. GOS, nos. 36 and 68. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

Namasamgitimandalavidhyakasavimala. Asc. Manjusrimitra. To. 2543. bsTan- ’gyur, rgyud, ngu, fols. 1b1–13b6. rnam par snang mdzad mngon par byang chub pa’i rgyud chen po’i ‘grel bshad. Asc.

Buddhaguhya. To. 2663. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, nyu, fols. 65a3–351a7, tu, fols. 1b1–116a7.

Nispannayogavali. Asc. Abhayakaragupta.

Bhattacharyya, Benoytosh, ed. 1949. Nispannayogavali. GOS, no. 109. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

Nitisara.

Mitra, Rajendralal, ed. 1982. Revised with English translation by Sisir Kumar Mitra. The Nitisara or the Elements of Polity by Kamandaki. Bibliotheca Indica, no. 309. Calcutta: Asiatic Society.

Pancakrama. Asc. Siddha Nagarjuna.

Mimaki, Katsumi, and Toru Tomabechi, eds. 1994. Pancakrama—Sanskrit and Tibetan Texts Critically Edited with Verse Index and Facsimile Edition of the Sanskrit Manuscripts. Bibliotheca Codicum Asiaticorum, no. 8. Tokyo: Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies for UNESCO.

*Pancadasapatti. Anon. To. 2480. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fol. 180a3–5; a superior recension of the text is found in Manjusrikirti’s Vajrayanamulapattitika- margapradipa, To. 2488, bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fol. 220b5–7.

Paramattha-dipani (Theragatha-atthakatha).

Woodward, F. L., ed. 1940–52. Paramattha-dipani (Theragatha-atthakatha).

London: Pali Text Society.

Paramadya-mahayanakalparaja. To. 487. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ta, fols. 150b1–173a4. T. 220 (10), 240–4.

Paiä-Sadda-Mahannavo.

Seth, Pandita Haragovindadas Trikamacand, ed. 1963. Paiä-Sadda-Mahannavo. Prakrit Text Society series, no. 7. Varanasi: Prakrit Text Society.

Pasupatasutra.

Sastri, R. Ananthakrishna, ed. 1940. Pasupata Sutras with Pancharthabhashya–Kaundinya. Trivadrum Sanskrit Series no. CXLIII. Trivandrum: Oriental Manuscripts Library of the University of Travancore.

Pithadinirnaya. Asc. Sakyaraksita. To. 1606. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ‘a, fols. 130a1–137a7.

Potalakastaka. Anon.

Pandey, Janardan Shastri, ed. 1994. Bauddha-Stotra-Samgraha, pp. 123–124. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Po ta lar ‘gro ba’i lam yig. Anon. To. 3756. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, tshu, fols. 100a6–106b6.

Prajnaparamita-nayasatapancasatkatika. Asc. Jnanamitra. To. 2647. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ju, fols. 272b7–294a5.

Prajnopayaviniscayasiddhi. Asc. Anangavajra. Edited with Guhyasiddhi, pp. 63–88.

Pradipodyotana.

Chakravarti, Chintaharan, ed. 1984. Guhyasamajatantrapradipodyotanatika- satkotivyakhya. TSWS, no. 25. Patna: Kashi Prasad Jayaswal Research Institute.

dPal u rgyan du tshogs ‘khor byas pa’i dus su rnal ‘byor pa grub pa thob pa bzhi bcus rdo rje’i mgur bzhengs pa nyams kyi man ngag thig le gser gyi phreng ba. Anon. To. 2449. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 83a1–85b6.

‘Phags pa dpung bzangs kyis zhus ba’i rgyud kyi tshig gi don bshad pa’i brjed byang.

Anon. To. 2672. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, thu, fols. 54b7–100b6.

Buddhakapalatantrapanjika Tattvacandrika. Asc. Padmavajra. To. 1653 bsTan- ’gyur, rgyud, ra, fols. 150a3–166a7. [The title is incorrectly reconstructed by UI et al., the editors of the Tohoku catalogue, as Buddhakapalatantratattvacan- drikapanjika.]

Buddhacarita. Asc. Asvaghosa.

Johnston, E. H., ed. and trans. 1936. The Buddhacarita: or, Acts of the Buddha. Reprint, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1972.

Brhatkathaslokasamgraha.

Poddar, Ram Prakash, and Neelima Sinha, ed. and trans. 1986. Buddhasvamin’s BrhatkathaslokasaMgraha with English Translation. Pracyabharati Series, no. 21. Varanasi: Tara Printing Works.

Bodhicaryavatara.

Vaidya, P.L., ed. 1960. Bodhicaryavatara of Santideva, with the Commentary Panjika of Prajnakaramati. BST, no. 12. Darbhanga: Mithila Institute.

Bodhipathapradipa. Asc. Atisa Dipamkarasrijnana. In Eimer 1978 below. Davidson, trans. 1995a.

Bodhisattvabhumi.

Wogihara, Unrai, ed. 1930–36. Bodhisattvabhumi: A Statement of Whole Course of the Bodhisattva (Being Fifteenth Section of Yogacarabhumi). Reprint, Tokyo: Sankibo Buddhist Book Store, 1971. To. 4037; T. 1579. See Tatz 1986.

Brahmasutrabhasya.

Sastri, Jagadisa L., ed. 1980. Brahmasutra-sankarabhasyam—With the Commentaries: Bhasyaratnaprabha of Govindananda, Bhamati of Vacaspatimisra, Nyaya-Nirnaya of Anandagiri. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Bhadracaryapranidhanarajatika. Asc. Sakyamitra. To. 4013. bsTan-’gyur, mdo ‘grel, nyi, fols. 201a4–234a4.

Bhasanatakacakram.

Vetal, Pt. Anantaram Sastri, et al., eds. 1963. Bhasanatakacakram. 2 vols. Varanasi: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office.

Bhiksuni-Vinaya.

Roth, Gustav, ed. 1970. Bhiksuni-Vinaya: Manual of Discipline for Buddhist Nuns. TSWS, vol. 12. Patna: K. P. Jayaswal Research Institute.

Bhutadamara-mahatantraraja. To. 747. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, dza, fols. 238a1–263a7.

Manjusrimulakalpa.

Sastri, T. Ganapati. 1920. Aryamanjusrimulakalpa. Trivandrum: Trivandrum Sanskrit Series. Reprint, Trivandrum: C B H Publications, 1992.

Ch. 53 (rajavyakarana) see Jayaswal 1934; cf. Matsunaga 1985.

Manjusrinamasamgiti.

Davidson, Ronald M., ed. and trans. 1981. “The Litany of Names of Manjusri: Text and Translation of the Manjusrinamasamgiti.” In Michel Strickmann, ed., Tantric and Taoist Studies in Honour of R. A. Stein. MCB 20:1–69.

Mattavilasaprahasana.

Lockwood, Michael, and A. Vishnu Bhat, ed. and trans. 1981. Mattavilasa Prahasana (“The Farce of Drunken Sport”) by King Mahendravikramavarma Pallava. Madras: Christian Literature Society.

Madhyamakavatara.

La Vallée Poussin, Louis de, ed. 1907–12. Madhyamakavatara par Candrakirti. Bibliotheca Buddhica, no. IX. Saint-Petersburg: Académie Impériale des Sciences.

Huntington, C. W., trans. 1989. The Emptiness of Emptiness: An Introduction to Early Indian Madhyamika. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Manoratha-purani (Anguttara-nikaya Atthakatha).

Walleser, M., and H. Kopp, eds. 1924–1956. Manoratha-purani (Anguttara-nikaya Atthakatha). 5 vols. London: Oxford University Press for Pali Text Society.

Mayamata.

Dagens, Bruno, ed. and trans. 1970–76. Mayamata—traité sanskrit d’architecture. Publications de l’Institut Français d’Indologie, nos. 40–I and II. Pondichéry: Institut Français d’Indologie.

———. 1985. Mayamata—An Indian Treatise on Housing Architecture and Iconography. New Delhi: Sitaram Bhartia Institute of Science & Research.

Mahakalatantra. To. 440. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ca, fols. 45b6–86a7. See Stablein 1976. Mahabharata. Santiparvan.

Sukthankar, Vishnu S., et al., ed. 1949–50. Mahabharata. Santiparvan. 2 parts. Poona: Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute.

Mahamayurividyarajni.

Shu¯ yo Takubo, ed. 1972. Arya-Maha-Mayuri Vidya-Rajni. Tokyo: Sankibo.

Mahamudrakanakamala. Asc. Maitripa. To. 2454. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 115b3–124b3.

*Mahayanavatara-sastra. Asc. *Drdhramati. T.1634.32.36a–49c.

Mahavairocanabhisambodhitantra. Extended title: Mahavairocanabhisambodhi- vikurvitadhisthana-vaipulyasutrendraraja-nama-dharmaparyaya. To. 494. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, tha, fols. 151b2–260a7; T.848.18.1a–55a.

Malatimadhava.

Kale, M.R., ed. 1928. Bhavabhuti’s Malatimadhava, With the Commentary of Jagaddhara. Reprint, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1983.

Manava Dharma Sastra.

Shastri, J. L., ed. 1983. Manusmrti, With the Sanskrit Commentary Manvartha- Muktavali of Kulluka Bhatta. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Doniger, Wendy, and Brian K. Smith, trans. The Laws of Manu. London and New York: Penguin Books, 1991.

Manasollasa. Asc. Bhulokamalla Somesvara, and probably written 1131 c.e.

Shrigondekar, G. K., ed. 1925–61. Manasollasa of King Bhulokamalla Somesvara. GOS, nos. 28, 64, and 138. Baroda: Oriental Institute.

Milindapanha.

Trenckner, V., ed. 1880. Milindapanha. London: Williams and Norgate.

Mulamadhyamakakarika.

La Vallée Poussin, Louis de, ed. 1903–1913. Mulamadhyamakakarikas de Nagarjuna avec la Prasannapada Commentaire de Candrakirti. Bibliotheca Buddhica, no. 4. St. Petersburg: l’Académie Impériale des Sciences.

Mulasarvastivada Vinaya.

Dutt, Nalinaksha, ed. 1941–50. Gilgit Manuscripts. Vols. 2 and 3. Srinagar: Kashmir Research Department.

Gnoli, Raniero, ed. 1977. The Gilgit Manuscript of the Sanghabhedavastu. Serie Oriental Roma, vol. 49, 2 pts. Rome: Istituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente.

———. 1978. The Gilgit Manuscript of the Sayanasanavastu and the Adhikaranavastu. Serie Oriental Roma, vol. 50. Rome: Istituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente.

Ye shes kyi mkha’ ‘gro ma sum cu rtsa lnga’i rtogs pa brjod pa. Anon. To. 2450. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 85b6–88a1.

Yogacarabhumi.

Bhattacharya, Vidushekhara, partially ed. 1957. The Yogacarabhumi of Acarya Asanga. Calcutta: University of Calcutta.

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Ratnagunasancaya-gatha.

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Ratnagotravibhaga.

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Ratnamalavadana.

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Rajatarangini.

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Ramayana. Balakanda.

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Rudrayamala.

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Laghusamvara-tantra. Tantraraja-srilaghusambara. To. 368. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud- ’bum, ka, fols. 213b1–246b7.

Lankavatara-sutra.

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Lam ‘bras bu dang bcas pa’i gdams ngag dang man ngag tu bcas pa. Asc. Virupa. To. 2284. bsTan-`gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 139a6–142b7.

*Vajragarbhatantrarajasutra. T.1198.20.542c-548b. Trans. in Bagchi 1944.

Vajracchedika Prajnaparamita.

Conze, Edward, ed. and trans. 1957. Vajracchedika Prajnaparamita. Serie Orientale Roma, no. 13. Rome: Is.M.E.O.

Vajrapanjara. Dakinivajrapanjara-mahatantrarajakalpa. To. 419. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, nga, fols. 30a4–65b7.

Vajrapany-abhiseka-mahatantra. To. 496. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud ‘bum, da, fols. 1b1–156b7.

Vajrapadasarasamgrahapanjika. Asc. *Yasaskirtibhadra (snyan-grags bzng-po). To. 1186. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ga, fols. 58b4–146b6.

Vajramahabhairava-tantra. To. 468. Ed. and trans. in Siklós 1996.

Vajramalabhidhana-mahayoga-tantra. To. 445. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ca, fols. 208a1–277b3.

*Vajrayanacaturdasamulapattitika. Asc. Laksmikara. To. 2485. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 181a5–185a7.

*Vajrayanamulapattitika [rDo rje theg pa’i rtsa ba’i ltung ba’i rgya cher ‘grel pa]. Asc.

*Garbhapada (snying-po-zhabs). To. 2486. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 185a7–192b6.

Vajrayanamulapattitika-margapradipa. Asc. Manjusrikirti. To. 2488. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 197b7–231b7.

Vajrayanasthulapatti. Asc. Nagarjuna. To. 2482. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 180a2–b3.

Vajravidarana-dharani.

Iwamoto, Yukata, ed. 1937. Kleinere Dharani Texte, pp. 7–9. Beiträge zur Indologie, no. 2. Kyoto: n.p.

Vajravidaranadharanyekavirasadhana. Asc. Buddhaguhya. To. 2926. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, nu, fols. 329a6–330a3.

Vajrasekhara-mahaguhyayogatantra. To. 480. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, nya, fols. 142b1–274a5.

Varnarhavarnastotra.

Hartmann, Jens-Uwe, ed. 1987. Das Varnarhavarnastotra des Matrceta.

Sanskrittetexte aus den Turfanfunden, vol. 12. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. To. 1138.

Vigrahavyavartani.

Johnston, E. H., and Arnold Kunst, ed.; Bhattacharya, Kamaleswar, trans. 1978.

The Dialectical Method of Nagarjuna. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Vidyottama-mahatantra. To. 746. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, dza, fols. 1b1–237b7.

Vimalaprabha.

Upadhyaya, Jagannatha, ed. 1986. Vimalaprabha. Bibliotheca Indo-Tibetica Series no. XI. Sarnath: Central Institute for Higher Tibetan Studies.

Viruapadacaurasi. Asc. Virupa. To. 2283. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 138a4–139a6.

Vinasikhatantra.

Goudriaan, Teun, ed. and trans. 1985. The Vinasikhatantra: A Saiva Tantra of the Left Current. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

Vairocanabhisambodhitantrapindartha. Asc. Buddhaguhya. To. 2662. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, nyu, fols. 1–65a.

Vyaktabhavanugata-tattva-siddhi. Asc. Yogini Cinta. With Guhyasiddhi, pp. 169–179.

Satapancasatka.

Bailey, D.R. Shackleton, ed. and trans. 1951. The Satapancasatka of Matrceta. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sardulakarnavadana.

Mukhopadhyaya, Sujitkumar, ed. 1954. Sardulakarnavadana. Santiniketan: Visvabharati. To. 358. T.551, 552, 1300, 1301.

Siksasamuccaya. Asc. Santideva.

Vaidya, P.L., ed. 1961. Siksasamuccaya of Santideva. BST, no. 11. Darbhanga: Mithila Institute. To. 3940. T. 1636.

Sunyatadrsti. Asc. Sabaripa. To. 2426. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 40a3–40b1. Translated in chapter 5.

Sravakabhumi.

Shukla, Karunesha, ed. 1973. Sravakabhumi of Acarya Asanga. TSWS, vol. 14.

Patna: K. P. Jayaswal Research Institute.

Sri-Krsnavajrapadadohakosatika. Asc. *Amitabha. To. 2302. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 230a6–242b7.

Sri-Guhyasamajatantra-nidana-gurupadesana-vyakhyana. Asc.Vilasavajra. To. 1910. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, phi, fols. 89b1–97b5.

Sri-Jnanatilakapanjika-guhyatattva. Asc. Jnanavarman. To. 1203. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ja, fols. 208b1–271b7.

Sri-Tattvapradipa-mahayogini-tantraraja. To. 423. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, nga, fols. 136b5–142b7.

Sri-Buddhakapala-yogini-tantra-raja. To. 424. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, nga, fols. 143a1–167a5; Pe. 63. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, da, fols. 126b4–153a6.

Sri-Buddhakapalatantrapanjika Jnanavati. Asc. Saraha. To 1652. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ra, fols. 104b1–150a2.

Sri-Buddhakapalamahatantrarajatika Abhayapaddhatih. Asc. Abhayakaragupta.

To. 1654, bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ra, fols. 166b1–255b3. Manuscript Asiatic Society no. 3827; Nepal National Archives, ms. panca 21.

Sri-Samputatantrarajatikamnyayamanjari. Asc. Abhayakaragupta. To. 1198. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, cha, fols. 1b1–316a7.

Sri-Sahajapradipa-panjika. Asc. *Vajragupta. To. 1202. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ja, fols. 160a1–208b1.

Sri Hevajrapanjika muktavali. Asc. Ratnakarasanti.

Tripathi, Ram Shankar, and Thakur Sain Negi, eds. 2001. Hevajratantram with Muktavalipanjika of Mahapanditacarya Ratnakarasanti. Bibliotheca Indo- Tibetica Series, XLVIII. Sarnath: Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies. To. 1189. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ga, fols. 221a1–297a7.

Satsahasra Samhita.

Schoterman, J. A. 1982. The Satsahasra Samhita: Chapters 1–5. Orientalia Rheno- Traiectina, vol. 27. Leiden: Brill.

Saddharmopadesa. Asc. Tillipa. To. 2330. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 270a7–271a3.

Samvarodaya-tantra.

Tsuda, Shinichi, ed. and trans. 1974. The SaMvarodaya-Tantra—Selected Chapters. Tokyo: Hokuseido Press.

Samksiptabhisekavidhi. Asc. Vagisvarakirti. In Sakurai 1996, ed., pp. 407–441.

Satyadvayavibhanga.

Eckel, Malcolm David, ed. and trans. 1987. Jnanagarbha’s Commentary on the Distinction Between the Two Truths. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Samdhi-bhasa-tika. Asc. Nagarjunapada. To. 1206. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ja fols. 297a5–301b4.

Sandhivyakarana-tantra. To. 444. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ca, fols. 158a1–207b7.

Samnyasa-upanisad.

Schrader, F. Otto, ed. 1912. The Minor Upanisads—Vol 1: Samnyasa-Upanisads.

Madras: Adyar Library.

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Samputa. Samputodbhava. To. 381. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ga, fols. 73b1–158b7; Pe. 26. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ga, fols. 244a2–330a5. Partially edited and described in Skorupski 1996.

Samputa-tilaka. To. 382. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ga, fols. 158b7–184a7.

Sarahapadasya dohakosa. Published with the surviving commentary in Bagchi 1935 and published and translated in Shahidullah 1928; see Kanhapadasya dohakosa.

Sarvatathagatatattvasamgraha. To. 479; T. 882.

Chandra, Lokesh, ed. 1987. Sarva-Tathagata-Tattva-Sangraha. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.

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See Iyanaga 1985 for a discussion of the textual transmission.

*Sarvatantranidanamahaguhyasrisamputatantrarajatika. Asc. Viravajra. To. 1199. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ja, fols. 1b1–111a2.

Sarvadurgatiparisodhana-tantra.

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Sarvabuddhasamayoga, or Sarvabuddhasamayoga-dakinijala-sambara-nama-uttara- tantra. (longer recension) To. 366. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, ka, fols. 151b1–193a6.

Sarvabuddhasamayoga-ganavidhi. Asc. Indrabhuti. To. 1672. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, la, fols. 195a7–199a4.

Sarvabuddhasamayoga-dakinimaya-sambara-tantrarthodaratika. Asc. Indranala (brGya-byin sdong-po). To. 1659. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ra, fols. 245a1–389a5. Commentary to To. 366.

Sarvabuddhasamayoga-dakinimaya-sambara-vrtti-samayogalamkara. Asc.

*Suratavajra (Rab-tu dga’-ba’i rdo-rje). To. 1660. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, ra, fols. 389a5–439a7. Commentary to To. 366.

Sarvabuddhasamayoga-tantraraja (shorter recension). rnying ma rgyud ‘bum, mTshams-brag ms., vol. tsha, fols. 1b1–26a7. Kaneko 1982, no. 207. Refer- ences are to the mTshams-brag.

*Sarvayogatattvaloka-vikalavajragiti. Anon. To. 2453. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zi, fols. 92b1–115b3.

Sahajasiddhi. Asc. Indrabhuti. To. 2260. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 1b1–4a3; Pe. 3107. bsTan-’gyur rgyud-’grel, tsi, fols. 1b1–4b7.

Sahajasiddhi-paddhati. Asc. Lha-lcam rje-btsun-ma dpal-mo (? = *Devibhattari- kasri). To. 2261. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zhi, fols. 4a3–25a1; Pe. 3108. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud-’grel, tsi, fols. 4b8–29a7.

Sadhanamala.

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Siddhaikaviramahatantra.

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Sukusuma-nama-dvikramatattvabhavana-mukhagama-vrtti. Asc. Vitapada. To. 1866. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, di, fols. 87a3–139b3.

Sunisprapancatattvopadesa. Asc. Virupa. To. 2020. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, tsi, fols. 81a7–84a6.

Subahupariprccha. T.895.18.719a–746b, translated by Shan-wu-wei in 726 C.E.; To. 805. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, wa, fols. 118a–140b.

Subahupariprccha-tantra-pindartha. Asc. Buddhaguhya. To. 2671. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, thu, fols. 38a3–54b7.

Subhasita-Samgraha.

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Susiddhikara-mahatantrasadhanopayikapatala. To. 807. bKa’-’gyur, rgyud-’bum, wa, 168a1–222b7; T.893.18.603a-633c.

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He ru ka’i rnam par dag pa. Asc. Sraddhakaravarman. To. 1481. bsTan-’gyur, rgyud, zha, fols. 125a3–128b4.

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Chen yüan hsin ting shih chiao mu lu. T.2157.55.771a–1048a. Composed in 800 c.e. by Yüan-chao.

Chin kang ting ching yü ch’ieh shih pa hui chih kuei. T.869.18.284c–287c. Translation asc. Amoghavajra between 746 and 774 c.e..

Hsü ku chin i ching t’u chi. T. 2152.55. Compiled by Chih Sheng in 730 c.e.

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