Jonang (Tib. ཇོ་ནང་, Wyl. jo nang) — one of the Sarma schools of Tibetan Buddhism, founded in the eleventh century by Yumo Mikyö Dorje, a disciple of the great Kashmiri pandita Somanatha who was a great practitioner of Kalachakra. Its main monastery and seat was Lhatsé Dzongkhang Jonang. This school is a proponent of the shentong tradition of Madhyamika.
- D.S. Ruegg, The Jo Nang Pa, a School of Buddhist Ontologists According to the Grub mTha' Sel Me Long, JAOS, vol. LXXXII, number 1, New Haven, 1963.