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'''Four Hundred Verses''' (Skt. ''Catuḥśataka''; [[wyl.]] ''bzhi brgya pa'') - an important [[Madhyamika]] treatise by [[Aryadeva]].
 
'''Four Hundred Verses''' (Skt. ''Catuḥśataka''; [[wyl.]] ''bzhi brgya pa'') - an important [[Madhyamika]] treatise by [[Aryadeva]].
  

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Aryadeva

Four Hundred Verses (Skt. Catuḥśataka; wyl. bzhi brgya pa) - an important Madhyamika treatise by Aryadeva.

Tibetan Commentaries

Many Tibetan masters wrote commentaries on this text, including: Khenpo Ngawang Palzang, Pöpa Tulku Dongak Tenpé Nyima, Rendawa Shyönnu Lodrö, Gyaltsab Darma Rinchen and Khenpo Shenga.

Translations

  • Ruth Sonam, Yogic Deeds of Bodhisattvas: Gyel-tsap on Aryadeva's Four Hundred, Snow Lion, 1994