THE BODHISATTVAPIṬAKA- AND SARVAPUṆYASAMUCCAYA-SŪTRAS

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THE BODHISATTVAPIṬAKA- AND SARVAPUṆYASAMUCCAYA-SŪTRAS

Postby Leo Rivers » Fri Jun 21, 2013 4:52 pm

Richard Salomon et al., MAHĀYĀNA SŪTRAS IN GĀNDHĀRĪ IN THE SCHØYEN COLLECTION: THE BODHISATTVAPIṬAKA- AND SARVAPUṆYASAMUCCAYA-SŪTRAS.

Warm up reference to ready us to read the Mahayana fragments from Gandhara!

I.

Bodhisattvapiṭaka


A.
Three Bodhisattvapiṭaka Fragments from Tabo: Observations on a West Tibetan Manuscript Tradition
[url]
http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/ojs/ ... /8885/2792[/url]

B.
Dhyāna Chapter of the Bodhisattvapiṭaka Sūtra

http://www.scribd.com/doc/79737615/Dhy%C4%81na-Chapter-of-the-Bodhisattvapi%E1%B9%ADaka-S%C5%ABtra

C.

The Buddhist Forum

Volume III, 1991–1993
Papers in honour and appreciation of
Professor David Seyfort Ruegg's
contribution to Indological, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies

Edited by Tadeusz Skorupski and Ulrich Pagel


Ulrich Pagel, The British Library The Bodhisattvapiṭaka and the Akṣayamatinirdeśa: Continuity and Change in Buddhist Sūtras ................................................................................. 333
[url]
http://www.shin-ibs.edu/documents/bForum/v3/v3.pdf[/url]

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II.

Not having much luck here.

Sarvapuṇyasamuccaya-sūtra


“The one where all the merits are accumulated and appropriated is named Sarvapunyasamuccaya.”

“The Sanskrit text of the Chinese versions of the Sarva-punya-samuccaya-samadhi sutra (i.e., Teng-chi-chung-te-san-mei-ching …”

from: Dharma Wheel • View topic - the "Hinayana" sutras in the Kanjur
41. Ārya-sarvapunya-samuccaya-samādhi-nāma-mahāyāna-sūtra || 42.
[url]
viewtopic.php?f=41&t=986[/url]

from the The Korean Buddhist Canon: a Descriptive Catalogue:
Sarvapunya-samuccaya-samādhi-sūtra (pom. 266 a 313) (T 381, K 140) :buddha1:
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