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Postby gingercatni » Tue May 29, 2012 3:53 pm

Hello

Does anyone know where I could possibly find an english copy of the Advyavajra sangrah? I've searched online and cannot seem to find anything, any help would be very much appreciated :twothumbsup: :namaste:
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Re: Advyavajra sangrah

Postby Jnana » Tue May 29, 2012 6:23 pm

Sections of the Advayavajrasaṃgraha have been translated by various different authors over the years. AFAIK no one has done a complete translation yet. Most of the following have been translated from the Sankrit. The translations by Tony Duff are from the Tibetan. The following are listed according to the order given here.

Kudṛṣṭinirghātana:

Wallis, Glenn. "Advayavajra’s Instructions on the ādikarma", Pacific World: Journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies, Fall 2003.

Tattvaratnāvalī:

Salvini, Mattia. The Tattvaratnāvalī: Sanskrit text and tentative translation.

Tatz, Mark. "Philosophic Systems according to Advayavajra and Vajrapani," The Journal of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies 1, 1994.

Pañcākāra:

Conze, Edward. Buddhist Texts Through the Ages, Philosophical Library, 2007 (Reprint).

Svapnanirukti:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Tattvaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Apratiṣṭhānaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Yuganaddhaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Mahāsukhaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Madhyakaṣaṭka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Premapañcaka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Tattvadaśaka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Amanasikārādhāra:

Mathes, Klaus-Dieter. "Maitrīpa's Amanasikārādhāra", Journal of the Nepal Research Centre, Vol. 13, 2009.

Sahajāṣaṭka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

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Re: Advyavajra sangrah

Postby Leo Rivers » Wed May 30, 2012 5:13 pm

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Advayavajra’s Instructions on the Ådikarma
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203 Advayavajra’s Instructions on the Ådikarma Glenn Wallis University of Georgia
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Life and Teaching of Nepalese Siddha Advayavajra
Life and Teaching of Nepalese Siddha Advayavajra (978-1053 AD) Min Bahadur Shakya
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Re: Advyavajra sangrah

Postby Leo Rivers » Wed May 30, 2012 5:18 pm

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Re: Advyavajra sangrah

Postby gingercatni » Thu May 31, 2012 11:40 pm

Jnana wrote:Sections of the Advayavajrasaṃgraha have been translated by various different authors over the years. AFAIK no one has done a complete translation yet. Most of the following have been translated from the Sankrit. The translations by Tony Duff are from the Tibetan. The following are listed according to the order given here.

Kudṛṣṭinirghātana:

Wallis, Glenn. "Advayavajra’s Instructions on the ādikarma", Pacific World: Journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies, Fall 2003.

Tattvaratnāvalī:

Salvini, Mattia. The Tattvaratnāvalī: Sanskrit text and tentative translation.

Tatz, Mark. "Philosophic Systems according to Advayavajra and Vajrapani," The Journal of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies 1, 1994.

Pañcākāra:

Conze, Edward. Buddhist Texts Through the Ages, Philosophical Library, 2007 (Reprint).

Svapnanirukti:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Tattvaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Apratiṣṭhānaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Yuganaddhaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Mahāsukhaprakāśa:

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Madhyakaṣaṭka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

Premapañcaka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Tattvadaśaka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Amanasikārādhāra:

Mathes, Klaus-Dieter. "Maitrīpa's Amanasikārādhāra", Journal of the Nepal Research Centre, Vol. 13, 2009.

Sahajāṣaṭka:

Brunnhölzl, Karl. Straight From the Heart: Buddhist Pith Instructions, Snow Lion Publications, 2007.

Duff, Tony. Maitrīpa's Writings on the View, Padma Karpo Translation Committee, 2008.

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