Full Biography of Kunzang Dechen Lingpa

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Full Biography of Kunzang Dechen Lingpa

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Fantastic, thanks!
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jnanasutra wrote: Sun Nov 25, 2018 3:29 pm Downloadable at this link:

https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:87c51 ... ork=Thesis

Enjoy! :reading:
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The ancient translators - Kawa Paltseg, Vairocana - all concentrated on meaning, on the real sence. Even if the words do not correspond perfectly between Sanskrit & Tibetan, they concentrated more on the essence. Those who translated later concentrated more on the literal text, on the words.
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Really good, thanks, but one weirdness: my browser displayed it OK, but the download came without a file extender. I guessed at *.pdf, which was correct. If anyone else has the same problem and doesn't know what to do, add .pdf to the file name.
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Lingpupa wrote: Mon Nov 26, 2018 10:06 am Really good, thanks, but one weirdness: my browser displayed it OK, but the download came without a file extender. I guessed at *.pdf, which was correct. If anyone else has the same problem and doesn't know what to do, add .pdf to the file name.
or use: open with pdf reader & it saves as pdf
The ancient translators - Kawa Paltseg, Vairocana - all concentrated on meaning, on the real sence. Even if the words do not correspond perfectly between Sanskrit & Tibetan, they concentrated more on the essence. Those who translated later concentrated more on the literal text, on the words.
ChNN
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