2 edition of Biography of Dharmasvamin (Chag lo tsaba Chos-rje-dpal), a Tibetan monk pilgrim. found in the catalog.
Biography of Dharmasvamin (Chag lo tsaba Chos-rje-dpal), a Tibetan monk pilgrim.
|Series||K.P. Jayaswal Research Institute, Patna. Historical researches series, v. 2|
|Contributions||Chos-dar, Roerich, George Nicholas, 1902-1960, ed. & tr.|
|LC Classifications||DS460 D48 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
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Sachen's biography makes it obvious that his life was a lasting process of studying Buddhism as well as of attaining the liberation from samsara's chains and thus may be duely called rnam-thar (skr. vimokça). Sachen lived and worked in his native land of Gtsang which at that time was the stronghold and treasury of Ti-betan learning. Nun macht Roerich in seinem Vorwort zur Biography of Dharmasvamin, p. XL, auf den umgekehrten Prifixwechsel m -+ 'a chuti aufmerksam, den er als eine,,pecularity of orthography often observed in manuscripts from Khams, or Eastern Tibet, and due to the nasal pronunciation of the 'a chun prefix peculiar in Khams. Dharmasvamin (Chag Lo-tsa-ba Chos-rje-dpal, –) was a Tibetan monk and pilgrim who travelled to India between and His biography by Upasaka Chos-dar provides an eyewitness account of the times.
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