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RESOURCE> H-Buddhism Zotero Bibliography for Buddhist Studies (Muller)

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Re: QUERY> Tibetan Scholarship on the Ghanavyūha-nāma-mahāyāna-sūtra (Newman)

A footnote to Matthew Kapstein's references to Tibetan reception of the Ghanavyuha: If memory serves (I am traveling and don't have access to any sources or my notes), in his annotations to the Vimalaprabha, Bu ston Rin chen grub identifies the rGyan stug po bkod pa as the source of the famous verse on the threefold criteria (alluding to the three types of objects of knowledge and their three pramanas) for buddhavacana: