portions of the Saṃyukta, Madhyama, and Dīrgha Āgamas of the Sarvāstivādin recension (all in the fifth section of the Kangyur),
The remaining texts in the Prajanaparamita section of the bKa'-'gyur comprises the Paritta collection, works from the Pali tradition recited for blessing and protection.
I am new here, and practice with a Theravada vihara in Shreveport, LA. I have been in discussion with a local teacher of Tibetan Buddhism, and have learned that some of the pre-Mahayana sutras are included in the Kanjur. I have been trying to get a list of the titles of these sutras, but can only find statements to the effect that the Sutra section contains 270 titles, 75% of which are Mahayana sutras. That leaves some 67 "Hinayana" sutras. I would like to know what they are. I am very familiar with the Pali Canon, and believe I could also correlate sutra names in Sanskrit with their Pali equivalents if necessary.
Thanks for the opportunity to inquire,
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