13 books of khenpo shenga

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13 books of khenpo shenga

Postby lama tsewang » Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:13 am

I want to find translations of all the Thirteen Treatises of Khenpo Shenga together with his commentary, and the ones by Mipham Rinpoche , can any one help me please
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Re: 13 books of khenpo shenga

Postby Malcolm » Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:23 am

lama tsewang wrote:I want to find translations of all the Thirteen Treatises of Khenpo Shenga together with his commentary, and the ones by Mipham Rinpoche , can any one help me please


They do not exist yet. The only one out there I know of is the translation of the Dharmadharmatā-vibhanga by the Dharmacakra Translation Committee.

There are only a few commentaries by Mipham out there as well. But all the main texts of the thirteen treatises, the indic originals, do exist in translation.
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Re: 13 books of khenpo shenga

Postby lama tsewang » Tue Nov 12, 2013 5:07 pm

ineed lists , ie . first of all , good translations of the twop abidharma books
, i know that madhyantavibhanga and dharmadhatu vibhanga are in print, and that madhyamakavatara and madhyamakalankara have the commentaries by lama mipham trnslated.
Also, what of texts on pramana ?
and the texts on precepts? so anyone out there who can help??
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