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Twenty-one Indian Commentaries
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Twenty-one Indian Commentaries (Wyl. rgya 'grel nyer gcig) — There are twelve commentaries which combine sutras with the Abhisamayalankara, and nine which do not. Among the former group, four use the 25,000 Verses, three use the 8,000 Verse text, three use The Condensed Sutra, one uses the 100,000 Verses, and one uses the three texts of the 100,000 Verses, the 25,000 and the 8,000. Firstly, the four are: 1. 2. 3. 4. Arya Vimuktisena’s Illuminating the 25,000 Verses Bhadanta Vimuktisena’s Commentary on the 25,000 Acharya Haribhadra’s Eight Chapters on the 25,000 Ratnakarashanti’s Pure 25,000 (Shuddhimati)

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Secondly, the three are: 1. Acharya Haribhadra’s Light Ornament: A Great Commentary on the 8,000 Verses 2. Ratnakarashanti’s Supreme Essence (Sarottama) 3. Abhayakaragupta’s Moonlight of Points (Marmakaumudi) Thirdly, the three are: 1. Acharya Haribhadra’s Easy-to-Comprehend Commentary on the Difficult Points of the Condensed Sutra 2. Buddhashrijñana’s Commentary on the Difficult Points of the Condensed Sutra 3. Kashmiri Dharmashri’s Key to the Treasury of Transcendent Wisdom Fourthly, there is: 1. Explanation of the 100,000 said to be by Kashmiri Dharmashri. Fifthly: 1. Teaching on the Three Renowned ‘Mother’ Scriptures in Conformity with the Eight Points said to be by Lord Smritijñanakirti. Secondly, there are the nine which do not connect [the Abhisamayalankara] with sutras: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Acharya Haribhadra’s Clear Meaning Commentary Dharmamitra’s Explanatory Commentary Clarifying the Words Suvarnadvipa’s Light on the Difficult-to-Comprehend Prajñakaramati’s, Jowo Atisha’s and Kumarashribhadra’s Three Essential Meanings
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000 Verse Commentary.org/index. one should rely mainly upon the commentaries of Vimuktisena and Haribhadra.Noncommercial 3.php?title=Twenty-one_Indian_Commentaries 2/2 . The Explanatory Commentary Clarifying the Words. In the Noble Land [of India] there were six transmissions And many ways of commenting upon the intent of the Ornament. and Prajñakaramati’s Essential Meaning are commentaries on [Haribhadra’s] Clear Meaning Commentary. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution. Kashmiri Buddhashrijñana’s Rosary of Liberating Wisdom 9. This would mean that the number of commentaries combining sutras and Abhisamayalankara could not be fixed definitively at twelve.rigpawiki. and some even say that the Clear Meaning Commentary is a commentary combining sutra and Abhisamayalankara. Concerning which of those amongst these commentaries are particularly sublime. Some assert that The Ascertainment of Suchness written by Noble Asanga is a commentary that combines sutra and Abhisamayalankara. but since this would contradict what is generally accepted.0 License. at 15:31. But those commentaries of Arya [Vimuktisena] and Haribhadra are especially sublime.php?title=Twenty-one_Indian_Commentaries" Categories: Prajnaparamita | Texts | Enumerations | 20s-Twenties This page was last modified on 24 April 2011. Light on the Difficult-to-Comprehend.Rigpa Wiki 7. and Atisha’s Lamp of Essential Meaning are to be classified as the works of Indian Panditas or Tibetan Scholars. Smritijñanakirti’s work on the Three Mother Scriptures in Comformity with the Eight Points. It is explained in Drukpa Pema Karpo’s commentary on the prajñaparamita that Haribhadra and Prajñakaramati both saw Maitreya directly.6/22/13 Twenty-one Indian Commentaries . Ratnakirti’s Kirtikala 8.org/index. Was elucidated by the Dharma Lord Ajita in Tushita.rigpawiki. Retrieved from "http://www. it requires investigation. www. Just as he says. Abhayakaragupta’s Ornament of the Sage’s Realization Among these. Scholars may take as an issue for further investigation the question of whether Kashmiri Buddhashri’s 100. and that Dharmamitra saw him in a dream. the great learned and accomplished Prajñarasmi said: The progressive path from the hidden meaning of the middle turning.

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