QUERY> Electronically available indices of sutra/sastra texts?

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Dear Colleagues,
there are a number of indices (either Sanskrit - Tibetan - Chinese or simply Tibetan - Chinese) which were created with a great deal of effort by scholars of the past. I wonder if anyone has digitized (I don't mean scanned) any of these, and would be willing to share their data with me.
I am thinking in particular of:

  • the trilingual glossary (Skt - Tib - Chn) of the Saddharmapundarika produced in Tokyo
  • the trilingual glossary (Skt - Tib - Chn) of the Sukhavativyuha sutras of Inagaki
  • the trilingual glossary (Skt - Tib - Chn) of the Mahayanasutralamkara of Nagao
  • the trilingual glossary (Skt - Tib - Chn) of the Madhyantavibhaga of Nagao
  • the trilingual glossary (Skt - Tib - Chn) of the Abhidharmakosabhasya of Hirakawa
  • anything else you might have!

I am actually interested only in the Tibetan - Chinese portion of these indices at the moment. I am not asking about dictionaries here, but about indices of actual texts.
If you have such data, I don't care about the format; we can work with anything you can share.

Best thanks,
Jonathan Silk

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