Materials for the Study of Āryadeva, Dharmapāla and Candrakīrti: The Catuḥśataka of Āryadeva, Chapters XII and XIII, with the Commentaries of Dharmapāla and Candrakīrti; Introduction, Translation, Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese Texts, NotesMaterials for the Study of Aryadeva, Dharmapala and Candrakirti: The Catuhsataka of Aryadeva, Chapters XII and XIII, with the Commentaries of Dharmapala and Candrakirti; Introduction, Translation, Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese Texts, Notes

Journal of the American Oriental Society 112 (2):346 (1992)
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