the decline of Buddhism in India. Texts of the Early schools edit Further information: Early Buddhist Texts Burmese Pali manuscript Although many versions of the texts of the early Buddhist schools exist, the only complete collection of texts to survive in a Middle Indo-Aryan language is the Tipiaka (triple basket). The Buddhist Conquest of China: The Spread and Adaptation of Buddhism in early Medieval China. Vajrayana texts edit Image of leaves and the upper book cover of Thar pa chen poi mod (The Stra of Great Liberation showing Tibetan writings on black paper with an ink that contain gold, silver, copper, coral, lazurite, malachite, and mother of pearl. The Tibetan Kangyur, which belongs to the various schools of Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism, in addition to containing sutras and vinaya, also contains tantras.
The Garuda Purana translated by Ernest Wood and.V. A complete translation of the Black Yajur Veda. The Ramayana Rámáyan Of Válmki translated by Ralph. Abhidharma edit Further information: Abhidharma Abhidharma (in Pali, Abhidhamma ) means 'further Dharma' and is concerned with the analysis of phenomena. This text is in the form of a dialogue between Nagasena, and the Indo-Greek King Menander (Pali: Milinda). Buddhaghosa is known to have worked from Buddhist commentaries in the Sri Lankan Sinhala language, which are now lost.
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