publication . Article . 2018

"Ogtorgui gazriin naiman gegeen" sudriin asuudald: "Hars' zasah naiman gegeen" sudriin negen s'ine huvilbar

Srba Ondřej;
Open Access Mongolian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2018
  • Publisher: Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Institute of History and Archeology
  • Country: Czech Republic
Abstract
Tus o’guuleld mongol bic‘giin orc‘uulgiin Naiman gegeen sudriin, hyatad, tod u‘sgiin Naiman gegeen sudruudtai harilcaa holboonii asuudliig tovc‘oor o‘guuleed B huvilbar buyuu „Hars‘ zasah naiman gegeen“ sudriin songodog o‘mnoh u‘yiin helnii s‘inz‘tei negen s‘ine huvilbariig (QutuGtu oGtarGui Gajar-un naiman gegegen neretü yeke kölgen sudur, huulbar ni Karliin ih surguulid bui) hel bic‘igzui, orc‘uulgiin onclogiin u‘udnees tanilcuulah zorilgo taviz‘ baigaa yum. The Sutra of Eight Luminous of Heaven and Earth is a widespread canonical text in the Mongolian Buddhism. Previously, two different versions of the sutra, both originating in Chinese originals, have been d...
Subjects
free text keywords: Ogtorgui gazriin naiman gegeen; Sutra of Eight Luminous of Heaven and Earth; Gnam sa snang brgyad; Mongolian manuscripts; Mongolian xylographs; Buddhist literature; translations; palaeography, Ogtorgui gazriin naiman gegeen; Sútra Osmi jasných nebe a země; Gnam sa snang brgyad; mongolské rukopisy; mongolské xylografy; buddhistická literatura; překlady; paleografie
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