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The Subhāṣitaratnanidhi (Sa-skya legs bśad) is a collection of aphorisms by the Sa skya scholar Kun-dga’ rgyal-mtshan dpal bzang-po. Since its publication it has been very popular both in Tibet and abroad. It was subject to an early translation into Mongolian and fragments of it exist in the 'Phags-pa script. James Bosson provides an edition and translation of both the Tibetan and Mongolian texts.[1]


  1. A treasury of aphoristic jewels; the Subhāṣitaratnanidhi of Sa Skya Paṇḍita in Tibetan and Mongolian. James E Bosson. Bloomington: Indiana University, 1969.
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