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PUBLICATION> Yael Bentor, translation of "Clarifying The Meaning Of The Arga And Consecration Rituals," Chödung Karmo Translation Group

Dear friends and colleagues,

The Chödung Karmo Translation Group is very happy to announce its latest publication, Yael Bentor's bilingual edition/translation of Jetsün Dragpa Gyaltsen's "Clarifying The Meaning Of The Arga And Consecration Rituals".

Re: BIBLIO QUERY> On the Dharmaskandha

Dear Mattia,

Some resources:

1) The Dietz edition of the Gilgit MSS: https://rep.adw-goe.de/handle/11858/00-001S-0000-0023-9A0D-9

2) The Matsuda edition of further Gilgit MSS: Please email Prof Matsuda directly - matsuda (at) bukkyo-u dot ac dot jp

3) The UQ MA thesis on the DSk I will email to you separately as this list does not accept attachments.

Kind regards,
Antonio Ferreira-Jardim

Re: BIBLIO QUERY> On the Dharmaskandha

Dear Mattia,

Back issues of the Journal of the Pali Text Society can be found here: http://www.palitext.com/palitext/JPTS_PDF.htm

Additionally, it seems you have the citation off for Takakusu's "The Abhidharma literature of the Sarvastivadins", it is in JPTS Vol. V, 1904-5, which can be downloaded here: http://www.palitext.com/JPTS_scans/JPTS_1904-5_V.pdf

Best wishes,

BIBLIO QUERY> On the Dharmaskandha

Dear Colleagues,

I wonder whether any of you may be able to offer some assistance in finding the following:

Hee Sheng Shi Fashu Sim, The Pali Vibhanga and the Chinese Dharmaskandha: a Comparative Study of Two Early Abhidhamma Texts. M. Phil. Thesis, U. of Queensland. St. Lucia, Queensland 2004

Takakusu = J. Takakusu, "The Abhidharma literature of the Sarvastivadins", JPTS 14, 1905-06, 67-146

I would also be grateful for any other material on the Dharmaskandha.

PUBLICATION> Indica et Buddhica Scholiast Published

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the release of Scholiast, a bibliographic
resource for Buddhist Studies researchers:

 Indica et Buddhica Scholiast

With best regards,

 Richard Mahoney

Richard Mahoney
Littledene  Bay Road  Oxford  NZ