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It comprises twenty-two chapters with a total of 800 verses. There is commentary (''[[bhashya|bhāṣya]]'') on this text by [[Vasubandhu]] and several sub-commentaries by [[Sthiramati]] and others.
 
It comprises twenty-two chapters with a total of 800 verses. There is commentary (''[[bhashya|bhāṣya]]'') on this text by [[Vasubandhu]] and several sub-commentaries by [[Sthiramati]] and others.
  
==Tibetan Text==
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==Text==
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===Sanskrit editions===
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Two Sanskrit editions are available:<ref name=damato1>D'Amato,  Journal of Indian Philosophy (2005) 33:185-207</ref>
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* Lévi's edition of 1907 (French translation: 1911) and
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* Bagchi's edition of 1970, which is based on Lévi's edition but adds corrigenda to the text.
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===Chinese editions===
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* Chinese canon (Taishô, 1604)<ref name=damato1/>
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===Tibetan editions===
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* Tibetan canon (MSA: Tohoku cata logue no. 4020; MSA/Bh: Tohoku 4026)<ref name=damato1/>
 
*{{TBRCW|O00CR0008|O00CR000800CR034418$W23702|<big>ཐེག་པ་ཆེན་པོ་མདོ་སྡེའི་རྒྱན་</big>, ''theg pa chen po mdo sde'i rgyan'', mahayana sutralamkara karika}}
 
*{{TBRCW|O00CR0008|O00CR000800CR034418$W23702|<big>ཐེག་པ་ཆེན་པོ་མདོ་སྡེའི་རྒྱན་</big>, ''theg pa chen po mdo sde'i rgyan'', mahayana sutralamkara karika}}
  
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*S. Levi, ''Mahāyāna Sūtrālaṅkāra. Exposé de la doctrine du grand véhicule selon le système Yogācāra'', Honoré Champion, Paris, 1911
 
*S. Levi, ''Mahāyāna Sūtrālaṅkāra. Exposé de la doctrine du grand véhicule selon le système Yogācāra'', Honoré Champion, Paris, 1911
  
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==References==
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==Further reading==
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* D'Amato, M. "Three Stages: An Interpretation of the Yogacara Trisvabhava-Theory." ''Journal of Indian Philosophy''. (2005) 33:185-207
  
 
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==External links==

Latest revision as of 01:05, 9 November 2019

Mahayanasutralamkara (Skt. Mahāyānasūtrālaṃkāra, alt. Sūtrālaṃkāra; T. Theg pa chen po’i mdo sde’i rgyan ཐེག་པ་ཆེན་པོ་རྒྱུད་བླ་མའི་བསྟན་བཆོས་; C. Dasheng zhuangyan jing lun 大乘莊嚴經論) known in English as The Ornament of the Mahayana Sutras, is an important Mahayana treatise that, according to tradition, was presented to Asanga by the Buddha Maitreya. In the Tibetan tradition, this text is identified as one of the Five Treatises of Maitreya.

It comprises twenty-two chapters with a total of 800 verses. There is commentary (bhāṣya) on this text by Vasubandhu and several sub-commentaries by Sthiramati and others.

Text

Sanskrit editions

Two Sanskrit editions are available:[1]

  • Lévi's edition of 1907 (French translation: 1911) and
  • Bagchi's edition of 1970, which is based on Lévi's edition but adds corrigenda to the text.

Chinese editions

  • Chinese canon (Taishô, 1604)[1]

Tibetan editions

Translations

English

  • Asanga, Universal Vehicle Discourse Literature Mahayanasutralamkara (Treasury of the Buddhist Sciences), American Institute of Buddhist Studies, 2004
  • Asanga & Jamgön Mipham. A Feast of the Nectar of the Supreme Vehicle: An Explanation of the Ornament of the Mahayana Sutras, Maitreya's Mahāyānasūtrālaṅkāra with a commentary by Jamgön Mipham, Padmakara Translation Group (Shambhala, 2018)
  • Maitreya. Ornament of the Great Vehicle Sutras: Maitreya’s Mahayanasutralamkara with Commentaries by Khenpo Shenga and Ju Mipham. Dharmachakra Translation Committee (Shambhala Publications, 2014) ISBN 978-1559394284

French

  • S. Levi, Mahāyāna Sūtrālaṅkāra. Exposé de la doctrine du grand véhicule selon le système Yogācāra, Honoré Champion, Paris, 1911

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 D'Amato, Journal of Indian Philosophy (2005) 33:185-207


Further reading

  • D'Amato, M. "Three Stages: An Interpretation of the Yogacara Trisvabhava-Theory." Journal of Indian Philosophy. (2005) 33:185-207

External links

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