Commentary and Controversy on the Treasury of Dohā Verses in Tibet
This chapter examines problems related to the authenticity of the received versions of Saraha's works that were brought to Tibet. It provides a summary of the early Tibetan commentarial tradition devoted to Saraha's work and explores the controversies that surround that major works of philosophical verse attributed to Saraha. It explains that there are Tibetans who argued for the authenticity of only the Treasury of dohā Verses and claimed that Saraha's other two songs were forged by the Nepalese Balpo Asu.
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