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The ancient palm-leaves. Containing the Pragna-paramita-hridaya-sutra and the Ushnisha-vigaya-dharani. Edited by F. Max Muller and Bunyiu Nanjio. With an appendix by G. Buhler
Bib ID 2498974
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Prajnaparamitas. Hrdaya. English & Sanskrit
Description Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1884 
99 p. fold. facsims. 22 cm. 
Series

Anecdota oxoniensia. Aryan series ; v. 1, pt. 3.

Notes

Sanskrit texts, with English translation and commentary.

Subjects Tripitaka. Sutrapitaka. Prajnaparamita. Hrdaya -- Criticism, Textual.  |  Ushnishavijaya-dharani -- Criticism, Textual.
Other authors/contributors Buhler, Georg, 1837-1898  |  Nanjio, Bunyiu, 1849-1927, ed  |  Muller, F. Max (Friedrich Max), 1823-1900, ed
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Ushnishavijaya-dharani.

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