Luo Hong


Abhayākaragupta´s Abhayapaddhati
Chapters 9-14

Critically edited and translated by Luo Hong with a preface by Harunga ISAACSON and Alexis SANDERSON





Luo  Hong

Abhayākaragupta´s Abhayapaddhati
Chapters 9-14


ISBN 978-7-80253-309-7
Print Edition

Sanskrit Texts From the Tibetan Autonomous Region 14 
2012  132 pp.24x15 cm, Pb.
€  32,40   

Luo  Hong
ist


The volumes of the series "Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonomous Region (SSTAR)" which have appeared until now have made contributions to our knowledge of Indian Buddhism which are of such importance that they may be called revolutionary.

The volumes which we are introducing here, however, mark an important new phase in the long-term project of incorporating the treasures preserved in Sanskrit manuscripts in Tibet into the intellectual and spriritual history of mankind. They present, critically edited and translated with annotation, the texts of a scripture, the Buddhakapālatantra, belonging to what was commonly regarded by followers of tantric Buddhism as the highest category of esoteric scriptures, the yoginītantras, and of a commentary thereon by one of the most learned and most influential of Indian Buddhist masters of the early second millenium: Abhayākaragupta.

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Chapters 9-14
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Luo Hong


Abhayākaragupta´s Abhayapaddhati
Chapters 9-14

Critically edited and translated by Luo Hong with a preface by Harunga ISAACSON and Alexis SANDERSON





Luo  Hong

Abhayākaragupta´s Abhayapaddhati
Chapters 9-14


ISBN 978-7-80253-309-7
Print Edition

Sanskrit Texts From the Tibetan Autonomous Region 14 
2012  132 pp.24x15 cm, Pb.
€  32,40   

Luo  Hong
ist

The volumes of the series "Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonomous Region (SSTAR)" which have appeared until now have made contributions to our knowledge of Indian Buddhism which are of such importance that they may be called revolutionary.

The volumes which we are introducing here, however, mark an important new phase in the long-term project of incorporating the treasures preserved in Sanskrit manuscripts in Tibet into the intellectual and spriritual history of mankind. They present, critically edited and translated with annotation, the texts of a scripture, the Buddhakapālatantra, belonging to what was commonly regarded by followers of tantric Buddhism as the highest category of esoteric scriptures, the yoginītantras, and of a commentary thereon by one of the most learned and most influential of Indian Buddhist masters of the early second millenium: Abhayākaragupta.



Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Austrian Academy of Sciences Press
A-1011 Wien, Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz 2
Tel. +43-1-515 81/DW 3402-3406, Fax +43-1-515 81/DW 3400
http://verlag.oeaw.ac.at, e-mail: verlag@oeaw.ac.at