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От трех никайских колесниц к экаяне «Сутры лотоса» и «Аваивартикачакра-сутры»

Библиография и аббревиатуры

Индийские сутры

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Avaivartikacakranamamahayanasutra. Aweiyuezhizhe jing 阿惟越致遮經 (T. no.266, 1) translated by Dharmaraksa (284 c.e.). Butuizhuanfalun jing 不退轉法輪經 (T. no.267, 1) translated during the Northern Liang dynasty ( 北 涼 ) (412–439 c.e.). Guangboyanjing butuizhuanlun jing 廣博嚴淨不退轉輪經 (T. no. 268, 1) translated by 智厳 Zhi-yan (427 c.e.). ’Phags pa phyir mi ldog pa’i ’khor lo zhes bya ba theg pa chen po’i mdo. Tôh. no. 240. Dergé Kanjur, vol. ZHA, folios 241v.4–301v.7. Translated by Jinamitra, Danasila, Munivarma, Ye shes sde.

Saddharmapundarikanamamahayanasutra. Zhengfahua jing 正法華經 (T. no.263, 9) translated by Dharmaraksa (286 c.e.). Miaofalianhua jing 妙法蓮華經 (T. no. 262, 9), translated by Kumarajiva (406 c.e.). Dam pa’i chos padma dkar po zhes bya ba theg pa chen po’i mdo). Tôh. no. 113. Dergé Kanjur, vol. JA, folios 1v.1–180v.7. Translated by Surendrabodhi and Sna nam Ye shes sde. For a Sanskrit version see KN (Kern and Nanjio 1908–12).

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