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The '''''General Sutra''''' section (Tib. མདོ་སྡེ་, [[Wyl.]] ''mdo sde'') ([[Toh]] 94-359) of the [[Kangyur]] is a large section containing many [[sutra]]s, varied in length, and arranged with [[Mahayana]] sutras (Toh 94-286) first, followed by [[Shravakayana]] works (Toh 287-359)—although not all Kangyurs and commentators agree on which texts should be assigned to these two broad groups. In the [[Dergé Kangyur]] it contains 266 works, while in other [[Kangyur]]s the contents and their order vary somewhat.  
 
The '''''General Sutra''''' section (Tib. མདོ་སྡེ་, [[Wyl.]] ''mdo sde'') ([[Toh]] 94-359) of the [[Kangyur]] is a large section containing many [[sutra]]s, varied in length, and arranged with [[Mahayana]] sutras (Toh 94-286) first, followed by [[Shravakayana]] works (Toh 287-359)—although not all Kangyurs and commentators agree on which texts should be assigned to these two broad groups. In the [[Dergé Kangyur]] it contains 266 works, while in other [[Kangyur]]s the contents and their order vary somewhat.  
 
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*[[Akashagarbha Sutra]]
 
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*[[The Hundred Deeds]]
 
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Latest revision as of 11:11, 17 November 2020

The General Sutra section (Tib. མདོ་སྡེ་, Wyl. mdo sde) (Toh 94-359) of the Kangyur is a large section containing many sutras, varied in length, and arranged with Mahayana sutras (Toh 94-286) first, followed by Shravakayana works (Toh 287-359)—although not all Kangyurs and commentators agree on which texts should be assigned to these two broad groups. In the Dergé Kangyur it contains 266 works, while in other Kangyurs the contents and their order vary somewhat.

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