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'''Udanavarga''' (Skt. ''udānavarga''; Tib. ཆེད་དུ་བརྗོད་པའི་ཚོམས་, [[Wyl.]] ''ched du brjod pa'i tshoms'') — the Sanskrit equivalent of the [[Dhammapada]]. The Tibetan [[Kangyur]] contains a translation of this text, and the [[Tengyur]] contains a commentary composed by Prajñāvarman.
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'''Udanavarga''' (Skt. ''udānavarga''; Tib. ཆེད་དུ་བརྗོད་པའི་ཚོམས་, ''chedu jöpé tsom'', [[Wyl.]] ''ched du brjod pa'i tshoms'') — the Sanskrit equivalent of the [[Dhammapada]]. The Tibetan [[Kangyur]] contains a translation of this text, and the [[Tengyur]] contains a commentary composed by Prajñāvarman.
  
 
==Translations==
 
==Translations==

Latest revision as of 03:03, 1 January 2018

Udanavarga (Skt. udānavarga; Tib. ཆེད་དུ་བརྗོད་པའི་ཚོམས་, chedu jöpé tsom, Wyl. ched du brjod pa'i tshoms) — the Sanskrit equivalent of the Dhammapada. The Tibetan Kangyur contains a translation of this text, and the Tengyur contains a commentary composed by Prajñāvarman.

Translations

  • Gareth Sparham, The Tibetan Dhammapada: Sayings of the Buddha - A Translation of the Tibetan Version of the Udanavarga, Wisdom, 1995
  • W. Woodville, Rockhill, Udanavarga: A Collection of Verses from the Buddhist Canon: Trubner's Oriental Series

Tibetan Text

Further Reading

In German

  • Michael Balk, Untersuchungen zum Udānavarga : Unter Berücksichtigung mittelindischer Parallelen und eines tibetischen Kommentars. Marburg : Indica et Tibetica Verlag, 2011. ISBN 978-3-923776-54-2