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'''History of Buddhism in India''' (Tib. ''gyagar chöjung'') is a text composed in 1600 by the great [[Jonang]] master [[Jetsun Taranatha]]. It is together with [[Gö Lotsawa]]’s ''[[Blue Annals]]'' and [[Buton]]’s ''History of Buddhism'' the main Tibetan reference on the history of Buddhism, particularly the [[Hinayana]] and [[Sutra]] [[Mahayana]] teachings, in its land of orgin from the time of the Buddha until its disappearance in 13th century.
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'''History of Buddhism in India''' (Tib. ''gyagar chöjung''; [[Wyl.]] ''rgya gar chos <nowiki>'</nowiki>byung'') is a text composed in 1600 by the great [[Jonang]] master [[Taranatha|Jetsün Taranatha]]. It is, together with [[Gö Lotsawa]]’s ''[[Blue Annals]]'' and [[Butön Rinchen Drup]]’s ''History of Buddhism'', the main Tibetan reference on the history of Buddhism, particularly the [[Hinayana]] and [[Sutra]] [[Mahayana]] teachings, in its land of orgin from the time of the Buddha until its disappearance in the 13th century.
  
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==References==
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*Taranatha, ''History of Buddhism in India'', Transl. Lama Chimpa and Alaka Chattopadhyaya, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi: 1970, 2004.
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*Gö Lotsawa, ''Blue Annals'', Transl. G.N. Rorich, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi:
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*Buton, ''History of Buddhism'', Transl. E. Orbermiller, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi:
  
==References==
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[[Category:Histories]]
Taranatha, History of Buddhism in India, Transl. Lama Chimpa and Alaka Chattopadhyaya, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi: 1970, 2004.
 
Gö Lotsawa, Blue Annals, Transl. G.N. Rorich, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi:
 
Buton, History of Buddhism, Transl. E. Orbermiller, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi:
 

Revision as of 08:07, 11 February 2010

History of Buddhism in India (Tib. gyagar chöjung; Wyl. rgya gar chos 'byung) is a text composed in 1600 by the great Jonang master Jetsün Taranatha. It is, together with Gö Lotsawa’s Blue Annals and Butön Rinchen Drup’s History of Buddhism, the main Tibetan reference on the history of Buddhism, particularly the Hinayana and Sutra Mahayana teachings, in its land of orgin from the time of the Buddha until its disappearance in the 13th century.

References

  • Taranatha, History of Buddhism in India, Transl. Lama Chimpa and Alaka Chattopadhyaya, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi: 1970, 2004.
  • Gö Lotsawa, Blue Annals, Transl. G.N. Rorich, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi:
  • Buton, History of Buddhism, Transl. E. Orbermiller, Motilal Barnasidass, Delhi: