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Tibetan Studies: Being a Reprint of the Articles contributed to the Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal

1912

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The people of these parts differ very much from the rest of the Tibetans in their stature features dress customs and in the manner of speaking the Tibetan language. [...] The first is the residence of the commanding officer called the Kh'arpon of Tsaprany and the second is a large monastery and the seat of a Ltimit styled the IC'hanpo of Tholing. [...] L. WO is the capital of Ladak the residence of the prince and the emporium of a considerable trade with Turkistan Lhassa and the Panjab countries. [...] July 4t11.i In the 9th volume of the (;vut class of the Kaligyur occurs the original of a Tibetan fragment. [...] ('optic and Syriac and compares these Tibetan haractem to the mystic numbers and letters of the acient Scythians and Egyptians and of some of the early Sectarians and Heretics of the Christian Church.

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Preface i-iii Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. I. Geographical Notice of Tibet 1-7 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. II. Translation of a Tibetan Fragment 8-19 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. III. Note on the Origin of the Kála-Chakra and Adi-Buddha Systems 20-23 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. IV. Translation of a Tibetan Passport dated A.D. 1688 24-26 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. V. Origin of the Shakya Race translated From the (La) or the 26th volume of the mDo class in the Kâ-gyur. commencing on the 161st leaf 27-34 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. VI. Tibetan Symbolical Names used as Numerals 35-39 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. VII. Extracts From Tibetan Works 40-45 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. VIII. Analysis of a Tibetan Medical Work 46-65 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. IX. Interpretation of the Tibetan Inscription on a Bhotian Banner taken in Assam and presented to the Asiatic Society by Captain Bogle 66-69 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. X. Note on the white Satin Embroidered Scarfs of the Tibetan Priests. By Major T. H. A. Lloyd. With a translation of the motto on the margin of one presented to the Asiatic Society 70-72 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. XI. Notices on the Different Systems of Buddhism extracted from the Tibetan authorities 73-79 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. XII. Enumeration of Historical and Grammatical Works to be met with in Tibet 80-87 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. XIII. Remarks on Trans-Himalayan Boodhist Amulets 88-91 Alexander De, E. Ross

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No. XIV. A brief Notice of the Subháshita Ratna. Nidhi of Saskya Pandita with extracts and translations 92-172 Alexander De, E. Ross

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175
SARF Document ID
sarf.146960

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