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Himalayan HermitessThe Life of a Tibetan Buddhist Nun$

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Karma blo bzang (c. 1592/3–c. 1670). Mkhas grub chen po karma blo bzang gi rnam thar mchod sprin rgya mtsho. 104 folios. Manuscript. Margin: Ka. See also NGMPP (Nepal-German Manuscript Preservation Project) L1013/1, 100 folios.

Kun dgaʼ bkra shis (1349–1425). Taʼi ming rgyal po yab sras la gdams pa. Manuscript at Cultural Palace of Nationalities, Beijing. 20 folios.

Kun dgaʼ rdo rje, Tshal pa (1309–1364). Deb ther dmar po rnams kyi dang po hu lan deb ther. Edited by Dung dkar Blo bzang ʻphrin las. Mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Beijing. 1993.

Gar dbang rdo rje, Rig ʻdzin (1640–1685) Zab tig chos dbyings rang grol gyi sgrub skor. Volume 1. Damchoe Sangpo, Dalhousie. 1979.

Gu ru bkra shis, Sta sgang Mkhas mchog (b. 1809). Bstan paʼi snying po gsang chen snga ʻgyur nges don zab moʼi chos kyi byung ba gsal bar byed paʼi legs bshad mkhas pa dgaʼ byed ngo mtshar gtam gyi rol mtsho. Edited by Rdo rje rgyal po. Krung goʼi bod kyi shes rig dpe skrun khang, Beijing. 1990.

Gling za Chos skyid. Gling za chos skyid. In Three ʻDas-log Stories. Lha-khang sprul sku, Delhi. 1977.

ʻGyur med ‘od gsal, Khyung po ras pa’ (b. 1715). Rje btsun mi ʻgyur dpal gyi sgron maʼi rnam thar dad paʼi gdung sel. National Library of Bhutan, Thimphu. 1984.

Rgod kyi ldem ʻphru can, Rig ʻdzin (1337–1408). ʻPhags pa thugs rje chen poʼi sgo nas ro bsreg thabs. In Byan˙ gter ʻphags pa thugs rje chen po spyan ras gzigs ʻgro ba kun grol gyi rtsa pod, pp. 301–309. Bari Longsal, Gang tok. 1979.

Ngag dbang rdo rje, Nas lung (17th/18th century). Rje btsun rang rig ras paʼi rnam thar gsol ʻdebs dpag bsam ljon shing. In The Songs of Esoteric Experience (Mgur) of Ran˙ -rig-ras-chen, pp. 325.5–331.1. Urgyan Dorje, New Delhi. 1976.

(p.202) ——Bal yul mchod rten ʻphags pa shing kun dang deʼi gnas gzhan rnams kyi dkar chag, pp. 43–48. In Wylie, (1970).

Ngag dbang rnam rgyal, Stag lung (1571–1626). Brgyud pa yid bzhin nor buʼi rtogs pa brjod pa ngo mtshar rgya mtsho. Gangs can rig mdzod 22. Bod ljongs bod yig dpe rnying dpe skrun khang, Lhasa. 1992.

Ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, Ta laʼi Bla ma V (1617–1682). Rgya bod hor sogs gi mchog dman bar pa rnams la ʻphrin yig snyan ngag tu bkod pa rab snyan rgyud mang. Mtsho sngon mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Xining. 1993.

Chos kyi dbang phyug, Brag dkar rta so Sprul sku (1775–after 1816). Grub paʼi gnas chen brag dkar rta soʼi gnas dang gdan rab bla ma brgyud paʼi lo rgyus mdo tsam brjod pa mos ldan dad paʼi gdung sel drang srong dgaʼ baʼi dal gtam. 52 folios. NGMPP, L940/8.

Chos kyi dbang phyug, Zhwa dmar VI (1584–1630). Bal yul du bgrod paʼi lam yig nor bu spel maʼi ʻphreng ba. 47 folios; incomplete. NGMPP L387/3.

Chos skyabs dpal bzang. Chos rgyal dpal bzang gi rnam thar. Damchoe Sangpo, Dal-housie. 1985.

Chos nyid bzang mo, Rig ʻdzin (1856–1951). Gangs shug ma ṇi lo chen rig ʻdzin chos nyid bzang moʼi rnam par thar pa rnam mkhyen bde ster. Bod ljongs mi dmangs dpe skrun khang, Lhasa. 1997.

Nyi ma ʻod zer, Nyang ral (1124–1192). Chos ʻbyung me tog snying po sbrang rtsiʼi bcud. Gangs can rig mdzod 5. Bod ljongs mi dmangs dpe skrun khang, Lhasa. 1988.

——. Slob dpon padma ʻbyung gnas kyi skyes rabs chos byung nor buʼi phreng ba rnam thar zangs gling ma. In The Life of Lady Ye-és-mtsho-rgyal. Sungrab Nyamso Gyun-phel Parkhang, Tashijong. 1972.

Bstan ʻdzin nor bu, Yol mo Sprul sku III (1598–1644).Rang gi rtogs pa brjod pa rdo rje sgra maʼi brgyud mangs. In The Autobiography and Collected Writings (Gsun˙ thor bu) of the Third Rig-ʻdzin Yol-mo-ba Sprul-sku Bstan-ʻdzin-nor-bu, pp. 63–267. Damchoe Sangpo, Dalhousie. 1977.

Bstan ʻdzin pad maʼi rgyal mtshan, Che tshang Sprul skyu IV (b. 1770). Nges don bstan paʼi snying po mgon po ʻgri gung pa chen poʼi gdan rabs chos kyi byung tshul gser gyi phreng ba. Bod ljongs bod yig rnying skrun khang, Lhasa. 1989. Gangs can rig mdzod 4.

Bstan ʻdzin dpal ʻbyor, Rdo ring (b. 1760). Dgaʼ bzhi baʼi mi rabs kyi byung ba brjod zol med gtam gyi rol mo. 2 volumes. Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Chengdu. 1987.

Bstan ʻdzin ras pa (1646–1723). Sku bstod smon lam gyi rim pa. In The Autobiography and Selected Works of Bstan ʻdzin ras pa (hereafter Autobiography). 1971. Section Cha. 2 folios, Blocks preserved at Shel Monastery in Dolpo, Nepal.

——. Rje btsun bstan ʻdzin ras pa de nyid kyi gsang baʼi rnam thar sa khyis phan gyis / mgur maʼi kha ʻgros gnas ngo zung tshul mya ngan ʻdas tshul dkar chag dang bcas mchos mtshan lnga. In Autobiography. Section Da. 36 folios. Also NGMPP L410/10.

——. Rje btsun rnal ʻbyor gyi dbang phyug bstan ʻdzin ras chen gyi rnam thar gsol ʻdebs byin rlabs char ʻbebs. In Autobiography. Section Ka. 2 folios. Also NGMPP L409/8.

——.Nyams rtogs ʻbyed paʼi lde mig. In Autobiography. Section Nya. 11 folios.

——. Bstan ʻdzin ras paʼi zhal gdams nor buʼi bang mdzod. In Autobiography. Section Ga. 16 folios.

——. Rnam rtog lam khyer gyi lhan thabs dang / dris lan ma rig mun sel. In Autobiography. Section Ca. 13 folios.

(p.203) ——. Rnal ʻbyor gyi dbang phyug rje btsun bstan ʻdzin ras paʼi rnam thar mdzad pa nyung ngu gcig. In Autobiography. Section Ka. 17 folios. Also NGMPP L409/8.

——. Rnal ʻbyor gyi dbang phyug bstan ʻdzin ras paʼi zhal gdams mgur du gsungs parnams. In Autobiography. Section Kha. 67 folios.

——. Rnal ʻbyor bzhiʼi zhal gdams. In Autobiography. Section Ta. 9 folios.

——. Gzhi lam ʻbras buʼi ngo sprod dris lan sems kyi me long. In Autobiography. Section Ja. 12 folios.

Bde skyid sgrol ma. A chung gnam rdzong bsam gtan chos ʻphel gling gi btsun maʼi ʻtshoba spyod stangs skor gleng ba. Krung goʼi bod rig pa no. 1, pp. 108–122 General series (spyi grangs) no. 53. 2001.

Bde baʼi rdo rje (b. 1892). Skyabs rje thams cad mkhyen pa grub paʼi dbang phyug zab gter rgya mtshoʼi mngaʼ bdag rin po che padma ʻgro ʻdul gsang sngags gling paʼi rnam par thar pa snying gi mun sel dad paʼi shing rta ratnaʼi chung ʻphyan utpalaʼi ʻphreng ba. Damchoe Sangpo, Dalhousie. 1981.

Nam mkhaʼ ʻjigs med, Lha btsun (b. 1597). Sku ʻbum mthong ba rang grol dkar chag mdor bsdus don gsal me long. In Collected Works of Lha-btsun Nam-mkhaʼ-ʻjigs-med. Vol. 4, pp. 437–459. Jurme Drakpa, New Delhi. 1974.

Sna tshogs rang grol, Rgod tshang ras pa (1494–1570). Gtsang smyon he ru ka phyogs thams cad las rnam par rgyal baʼi rnam thar rdo rje theb paʼi gsal byed nyi maʼi snying po. In The Life of the Saint of Gtsaṅ. Edited by Lokesh Candra. Sharada Rani, New Delhi. 1969.

Sna tshogs rang grol, Zhabs dkar (1781–1851). ‘Od gsal rdzogs pa chen poʼi khregs chod lta baʼi glu dbyangs sa lam ma lus myur du bgrod paʼi rtsal ldan mkha’ lding gshog rlabs. Rangrig and Konchhog Lhadrepa, Sonada. 1985.

——. Rang dang skal ldan gdul bya la mgrin pa gdams paʼi bang mdzod nas glu dbyangs dgaʼ ston ʻgyed pa rnams. 2 volumes. Mtsho sngon mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Xining. 1987.

Padma don grub (1668–1774). Bdag bya btang ras pa padma don grub kyi chos byas ʻtshul dang thob ‘tshul dang bka’ ba spyad tshul rnams. In Autobiographies of Three Spiritual Masters of Kutang. pp. 1–143. Kunsang Topgay and Mani Dorji, Thimphu. 1979.

Padma dbang ʻdus (b.1697). Mkhaʼ mnyam ʻgro baʼi rtsug brgyan padma dbang ʻdus kyi rnam par thar pa gsal bar bkod pa la rmongs mun thib po sal baʼi sgron me. In Autobiographies of Three Spiritual Masters of Kutang. pp. 145–495. Kunsang Topgay and Mani Dorji, Thimphu. 1979.

Padma ʻod gsal. Mkhaʼ ʻgro ta re lha moʼi rnam thar dad paʼi ʻkhri shing. Skyabs rje nam sprul rin po che ‘jigs med phun tshogs dang mkha’ ʻgro tā re lha mo mchog gi rnam thar rigs ‘dzin mkha’ ʻgro dgyes paʼi mchod sprin, pp. 105–160. Si khron mi rigsdpe skrun khang, Cheng du. 1997.

Padmasambhava. Zhus len bdud rtsi gser gyi phreng ba. In Mkhaʼ ʻgro snying tig. Vol. 2, pp. 19–51. Orgyan Dorji, Sumra, India.

Padma lhun grub Bstan ʻdzin rgya mtsho. Rnal ʻbyor ras pa padma lhun grub bstan ʻdzin rgya mtshoʼi gsung baʼi rnam thar kun bsal me long. In Autobiographies of Three Spiritual Masters of Kutang, pp 591–757. Kunsang Topgay and Mani Dorji, Thimphu. 1979.

Dpal ldan ʻtsho byed, Brang ti (early 14th century). Bdud rtsi snying po yan lag brgyad gsang ba man ngag gi rgyud kyi spyi don shes bya rab gsas rgyas pa. 48 folios; incomplete manuscript.

Buddhaśrījnñāna (12th century).Rgyal baʼi lam la ʻjug pa. Sde dge Bstan ʻgyur, Dbu ma, vol. Gi, ff. 201b.6–235b.1; see Ui (1934), no. 3964.

(p.204) Blo gros dbang phyug. Rgyas ʻbring ʻdus gsum gyi rnam par phye pa mol gtam zab mo lo rgyus gter gyi kha byang. 22 folios. NGMPP L731/3.

——. Rgyas ʻbring ʻdus gsum gyi rnam par phye pa mol gtam zab mo lo rgyus gter gyi kha byang gi ʻgrel pa lo rgyus lung rigs kyi gter mdzod. 55 folios. NGMPP L545/3.

Blo bzang grags paʼi dpal, Tsong kha pa (1357–1419). Byang chub sems dpaʼ rtag nguʼi rtogs brjod snyan dngags dpag bsam gyi ljon pa. Mtsho sngon mi rigs dpe skrunkhang, Xining. 2000.

Blo bzang chos kyi nyi ma (1737–1802). Khyab bdag rdo rje sems dpaʼi ngo bo dpal ldan bla ma dam pa ye shes bstan paʼi sgron me dpal bzang poʼi rnam par thar pa mdo tsam brjod pa dge ldan bstan paʼi mdzes rgyan. Kan suʼu mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Lanzhou. 1989.

Sba Gsal snang. Sba bzhed ces bya ba las sba gsal snang gi bzhed pa. Mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Beijing. 1980.

Mi ʻgyur rgyal mtshan, Yang sgom. Rgyal gshen ya ngal gyi gdung rabs un chen tshangs paʼi sgra dbyangs. In The History of the Ya-ṇal Lineage of Lamas of Dol-po, pp. 1–135. Khedup Gyatso, Dolanji, India. 1978.

Mi pham phun tshogs shes rab, Stag rtse sku skye (mid/late 17th century). Mngon dgaʼi zhing du bzod par gzhan rgyud bskul phyir rang tshul gleng baʼi zhu ʻphrin. In The Collected Works of Stag rtse sku skye Mi pham phun tshogs shes rab. (1971). “Impressions from the extant blocks preserved in Lo Mustang (Blo smon thang)” thirty separate titles.

——. Bya btang stag rtse sku skyeʼi rtogs brjod med snang chu zlaʼi zlos gar. In Rare Dkar-brgyud-pa Texts from Himachal Pradesh, pp. 523–527. Urgyan Dorje, New Delhi. 1976.

——. Bya btang stag rtse sku skyeʼi mgur maʼi ʻphros gu yangs rig paʼi rtsed ʻdzo. In The Collected Works of Stag rtse sku skye Mi pham phun tshogs shes rab (1971).

Gzhon nu dpal, ʻGos Lo tsāba (1392–1481). Deb ther sngon po. Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Chengdu. 1984. Two vols.

Gtsang smyon He ru ka (1452–1507).Rje btsun mi la ras paʼi rnam thar rgyas par phye ba mgur ʻbum. Brag dkar rta so print 1555. NGMPP L250/8–251/1. 250 folios.

Tshul khrims ʻbyung gnas (19th century). Dpal ldan bla ma dam pa ʻkhrul zhig rin po che ngag dbang tshe ring gi rnam thar kun tu bzang poʼi zlos gar yid kyi bcud len. In The Life and Works of ʻKhrul-źig Ṅag-dban-tshe-riṇ. Vol.1, pp. –255. Topden Tshering, Delhi. 1975.

Tshe ring dbang rgyal, Mdo mkhar Zhabs drung (1697–1763). Dī rghā yu rindra dzi Naʼi byung ba brjod pa zol med ngag gi rol mo. In Rare Tibetan Historical and Literary Texts from the Library of Tsepon W. D. Shakabpa, pp. 228–361. T. Tse pal Talkhang, New Delhi. 1974.

Rang byung rdo rje, Karma pa III (1284–1339). Rnal ʻbyor gyi dbang phyug mi la bzhad pa rdo rjeʼi gsung mgur mdzod nag ma zhes pa karma pa rang byung rdo rjes phyogs gcig tu bkod pa. 2 vols. Damchoe Sangpo, Dalhousie. 1978.

Rang rig ras chen (1619–1683). Rje btsun khyab bdag chen po rang rig ras chen gyi gsung ʻgur dang zhal gdams ʻchi med bdud rtsiʼi rlabs ʻphreng. In The Songs of Esoteric Ex-perience (Mgur) of Raṅ-rig-ras-chen, pp. 1–293. Urgyan Dorje, New Delhi. 1976.

Ratnaśrī. Zhal bcu gcig paʼi smyung gnas brgyud paʼi bla maʼi rnam thar ngo mtshar rgya mtsho. In Rare Tibetan Texts from Nepal, pp. 91–144. Tibetan Bonpo MonasticCenter, Dolanji, India. 1976.

Śākya rin chen, Rje mkhan po IX (1710–1759). kyaʼi dge slong Śākyaʼi ming gis mtshon pa bdag nyid kyi tshul mdo tsam brjod pa / lhag paʼi bsam pa bskul zhing byang chub kyi spyod pa l ʻjug paʼi gtam / dam paʼi chos kyi gaṇḍī. sgra dbyangs (p.205) snyan paʼi yan lag rgya mtsho. In The Autobiography and Selected Writings of Śākya-rin-chen, the Ninth Rje mkhan-po of Bhutan, pp. 1–279. Thamchoe Monlam, Delhi. 1974.

Sangs rgyas rgya mtsho, Sde srid (1653–1705). Thams cad mkhyen pa drug ba blo bzang rin chen tshangs dbyangs rgya mtshoʼi thun mong phyiʼi rnam par thar pa du ku laʼi ʻphro ʻthud rab gsal gser gyi snye ma. Edited by Tshe ring phun tshogs. Bod ljongsmi dmangs dpe skrun khang, Lhasa. 1989.

——. Dpal mnyam med ri bo dgaʼ ldan paʼi bstan pa zhwa ser cod pan ʻchang baʼi ring lugs chos thams cad kyi rtsa ba gsal bar byed paʼi baid.ū rya ser poʼi me long. Krunggo bod kyi shes rig dpe skrun khang, Beijing. 1991.

Bsam gtan gling pa (16th century). Za hor gyi rgyal poʼi sras mo lha lcam man dha ra baʼi rnam par thar pa rin chen phreng ba. In The Life of Lady Mandarava the Indian Consort of Padmasambhava. Ngawang Sopa, New Delhi. 1973.

Bsod nams chos ʻgrub (1862–1944). Kun mkhyen chos kyi rgyal po rig ʻdzin klong chen rab ʻbyams paʼi rnam thar dad pa gsum gyi ʻjug ngogs. Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Chengdu. 1994.

Bsod nams dpal ʻdren (and Rin chen dpal). Ye shes mkhaʼ ʻgro bsod nams dpal ʻdren gyis sprul paʼi skuʼi mdzad pa spyod kyi rnam par thar pa … (illegible) (part Ka). Ye shes kyi mkhaʼ ‘gro bsod nams dpal ʻdren gyis thugs rgyud gshis kyi gnas lugs nang gi rnam thar pa mngon shes kyis bskor (part Kha). Ye shes kyi mkhaʼ ʻgro bsod nam dpal ʻdren gyis gsang baʼi rnam thar pa (part Ga). Manuscript photocopy. TibetanBuddhist Resource Center, New York.

Bsod nams blo gros (1516– 1581). Mkhas grub chen po rnam grol bzang poʼi rnam thar dad paʼi dpu long g.yo byed ngo mtshar can. Damchoe Sangpo, Dalhousie. 1985.

Bsod nams bzang po, Jo gdan (1341–1433). Smyung gnas bla ma brgyud paʼi rnam thar. Late 20th-century print by Par pa Dpal ldan, Lhasa.

Bsod nams rin chen, Sgam po pa (1079–1153). Dam chos yid bzhin nor bu thar pa rin po cheʼi rgyan ces bya ba theg pa chen poʼi lam rim. Si khron mi rigs dpe skrunkhang, Chengdu. 1997.

Haʼo wun zhon. Bod rgya shan sbar gyi shes byaʼi rnam grangs kun btus tshig mdzod. Mtsho sngon mi rigs dpe skrun khnag, Xining. 1987.

O rgyan gling pa (b. 1323). Bkaʼ thang sde lnga. Konchhog Lhadripa, Darjeeling. 1985.

——. Bkaʼ thang sde lnga. Mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Beijing. 1986.

——. O rgyan gu ru padma ʻbyung gnas kyi skye rabs rnam par thar pa rgyas par bkod pa. Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Chengdu. 1987.

O rgyan chos skyid (1674–1728). Mkhaʼ ʻgro ma o rgyan chos skyid kyi rnam thar. 86 folios. NGMPP E2825/7 (identical with E2933/4). NGMPP L122/5 (identical with L667/3) has 57 folios. Also see Mkhaʼ ʻgro ma o rgyan chos skyid kyi rnams [sic] thar bsdus pa. 51 folios; incomplete. NGMPP L401/3.

O rgyan bstan ʻdzin (1657–1737). Bkaʼ rdzogs pa chen po zab tig chos dbyings rang gsal las phyag rgya chen po gnyug ma gcer mthong. Lama Dawa, Delhi. 1983.

——. Rnal ʻbyor gyi dbang phyug o rgyan bstan ʻdzin zhes bya baʼi ri khrod kyi nyams dbyangs. Damchoe Sangpo, Dalhousie. 1984.

——. Sprang rgan o rgyan bstan ʻdzin pas rnam thar bsdus pa. Damchoe Sangpo, Dalhousie. 1985.

O rgyan rig ʻdzin (late 18th century) Sprang po o rgyan rig ʻdzin pas zog tshig ʻchal gtam ‘ga’ yod. n.p., n.d.

Anonymous. Rje btsun bla ma gter chen chos kyi rgyal poʼi yum chen lha ʻdzin dbyangs can sgrol maʼi rnam thar. Manuscript, Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center, NewYork.

(p.206) ——. Snyung [sic] bar gnas paʼi phan yon. In Instructions for the Practice of the Gso byoṇ and Smyunṇ gnas focussing upon the invocation of AvalokiteŚvara in the Eleven-Faced Form, pp. 383–417, Dorji Namgyal, Thimphu. 1985.

——. Thugs rje chen po bcu gcig zhal gyi bla ma brgyud paʼi rnam thar nor buʼi pheng ba. In Instructions for the Practice of the Gso byoṇ and Smyun˙ gnas focussing upon the invocation of Avalokiteśvara in the Eleven-Faced Form, pp. 1–233. Dorji Namgyal, Thimphu. 1985.

——. Dong mang gur gsum gyi rnam thar. In Sources for a History of Bon, pp. 458–472. Tibetan Bonpo Monastic Centre, Dolanji. 1972.

——. Dol po yul bzhi yi lo rgyus dkar chag/shi sman/sgar mdo/ting rkyu bye thang/spo glad dam rdza lung. 12 folios. NGMPP E2878/5.

——. Rnal ʻbyor dbang phyug lha btsun chos kyi rgyal poʼi rnam thar gyi smad cha. 32 folios. NGMPP L456/7.

——. Snang sa ʻod ʻbum gyi rnam thar. In Bod kyi lha moʼi zlos gar gyi ʻkhrab gzhung phyogs bsgrigs, pp. 44–132. Bod ljongs mi dmangs dpe skrun khang, Lhasa.

——. Dpal ldan bla ma dam pa mkhas grub lha btsun chos kyi rgyal poʼi rnam mgur blo ʻdas chos skuʼi rang gdangs. In Rare Dkar-brgyud-pa Texts from Himachal Pra-desh, pp. 273–379. Urgyan Dorje, New Delhi. 1976.

——. ʻPhags pa shes rab kyi pha rol tu phyin pa rdo rje gcod pa. See Ui (1934), no. 16.

——. ʻPhags pa shes rab kyi pha rol tu phyin pa rdo rje gcod paʼi phan yon bshad paʼi mdo. 41 folios. Blockprint, Sgang tog. 1972.

——. Bod yul la stod ding ri glang skor gyi nang rten byin can khag gi lo rgyus dad paʼi sa bon. 13 folios. NGMPP E2538/8.

——. ʻdzam gling ge sar rgyal poʼi sgrung dmyal gling mun pa rang gsal. Mtsho sngon mi rigs dpe skrun khang, Xining. 1983.

——. Las can bu mo me tog gsal sgron maʼi rnam thar. In A lce Rig ston rgyal moʼi rnam thar and Las can bu mo Me tog gsal sgron maʼi rnam thar. Two Texts of the rnam thar Genre from the Padma-bkod Area of Tibet, pp. 113–144. Trayang and Jamyang Samten, Delhi. 1977.

——. Shes sgon paʼi bcad yig mthong baʼi yid phrog. 14 folios. NGMPP L550/2.

——. A lce rig ston rgyal moʼi rnam thar. In A lce Rig ston rgyal moʼi rnam thar and Las can bu mo Me tog gsal sgron maʼi rnam thar. Two Texts of the rnam thar Genre from the Padma-bkod Area of Tibet. pp. 1–111. Trayang and Jamyang Samten, Delhi. 1977.

Author unknown. Ye shes mkhaʼ ʻgro bsod nams ʻdrin gyi sku skye gsum pa rje btsun ma chos kyi sgron maʼi rnam thar. 146 folios. incomplete manuscript: ff. 145–146 missing.

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