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The Oldest Buddhist Incantation in Chinese? A Preliminary Study of the Chinese Transcriptions of the Mantra in the Druma-kinnara-raja-pariprccha-sutra
Author Coblin, W. South ; Harrison, Paul
Source Collection of Essays 1993: Buddhism Across Boundaries -- Chinese Buddhism and the Western Regions
Pages137 - 186
PublisherFoguang Cultural Enterprise Co., Ltd.
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
NotePublisher's dress:117, Sec. 3, San He Rd., Sanchung, Taipei County, Taiwan, ROC; Tel. (886-2) 2980-0260; Fax. (886-2) 2988-3534;; E-mail:fgce@ms25.
KeywordHarrison, Paul;Coblin, W. South;
Table of contents
I. Introduction
II. A Survey of the Lokaksema Transcription Corpus:A Draft Proposal
III. The DKP Mantra:Context
IV. The DKP Mantra:Text
V. Conclusion
Appendix I:List of Chinese Forms
Appendix II:Tibetan Text
Created date2001.02.20

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