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==Texts==
 
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Within the Tibetan Canon, the Abhidharma texts are contained within the Abhidharma section of the [[Tengyur]]. This section contains 18 texts from the Sarvativada Abhidharma.<ref>{{84000|http://read.84000.co/section/O1JC76301JC10788.html|Abhidharma}}</ref>
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This section includes the Tibetan translations of the following Indian commentaries:
 
This section includes the Tibetan translations of the following Indian commentaries:
 
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==Tibetan commentaries==
 
==Tibetan commentaries==

Latest revision as of 18:38, 10 July 2019

The Abhidharma texts of the Tibetan Canon are included in the Tengyur collection within the canon. The primary Abhidharma texts in the canon are translations of the following Indian works:

Geshe Tashi Tsering writes:

Tibetan monastics traditionally study the Abhidharma through two very important commentaries: the Treasury of Valid Knowledge (Abhidharmakosha) by Vasubandhu, a great Indian master from around the fifth century C.E., and the Compendium of Valid Knowledge (Abhidharmasamucchaya) by his brother Asanga.[1]

Texts

Within the Tibetan Canon, the Abhidharma texts are contained within the Abhidharma section of the Tengyur. This section contains 18 texts from the Sarvastivada Abhidharma.[2]

The Tibetan texts are available online:

This section includes the Tibetan translations of the following Indian commentaries:

Tibetan commentaries

Important commentaries by Tibetan scholars that are written in the Tibetan language, and not included in the Canon, are:

See also

References

  1. Geshe Tashi Tsering (2006). Kindle Locations 223-228
  2. 84000.png Abhidharma


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