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A History of Traditional Fields of Learning
A History of Traditional Fields of Learning

A History of Traditional Fields of Learning

by Muge Samten

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Product ID:18690

Language

multilingual

Publisher

Library of Tibetan Works & Archives

ISBN

81886470433 - Year: 2005 - Pages: 128

Binding

Paperback

Muge Samten

Author: Muge Samten
Translator(s): Sangye Tandar Naga
Publisher: Library of Tibetan Works & Archives
Year: 2005
Language: multilingual
Pages: 128
ISBN/UPC (if available): 81886470433

Description

A History of Traditional Fields of Learning contains a concise history of dissemination of traditional fields of learning in Tibet during the early and later diffusion of Buddhism.

It also mentions the translators and scholars who visited Tibet, texts translated and monasteries founded by them and further highlights the spread of Buddhism to Mongolia, China and Tibetan texts translated in their native language.

This work by a highly respected contemporary Tibetan scholar Muge Samten (1914 - 1993) is from the third volume of his collected books and is a very reliable sources on the subject.

A History of Traditional Fields of Learning is a must for those who wants to study the history of Tibetan literature.

MUGH SAMTEN was born in 1914 in Muge, in southern Amdo. HE had his preliminary study at Muge Tashi Khorlo monastery and later joined the great monastery of Labrang Tashikhyil where he mastered sutras, tantras, and all the traditional sciences. At the age of 35 (1947), Muge Samten received the title of Geshe Dorampa. Since then, his fame spread far and wide. He has authored six volumes and many articles on various subjects of Tibetan studies.

Contents

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

A Brief Life History of Muge Samten

Homage

CHAPTER ONE
Development during the Early Diffusion of Teaching in Tibet

CHAPTER TWO
Development during the Later Diffusion of Teaching in Tibet

CHAPTER THREE
Diffusion of Traditional Tibetan Fields of Learning in China

CHAPTER FOUR
Diffusion of Traditional Tibetan Fields of learning of Mongolia

TIBETAN TEXT

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