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The hundred thousand songs of Milarepa : the life-story and teaching of the greatest poet-saint ever to appear in the history of Buddhism / translated and annotated by Garma C. C. Chang
Bib ID 5976320
Format BookBook
Author
Mi-la-ras-pa, 1040-1123
 
Uniform Title Mila grubum . English
Description Boulder, Colo. : Shambhala, 1977 
2 v. (xvii, 730 p.) ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0877730954
0877730962
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Mi-la-ras-pa, 1040-1123.  |  Lamas -- China -- Tibet Autonomous Region -- Biography.  |  Spiritual life -- Buddhism.
Other authors/contributors Zhang, Zhenji, 1920-
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