This book offers to acquaint students with the vocabulary most often encountered in the Tibetan tradition of oral and written Dharma.
Tibetan – English Dharma Vocabulary
The words are defined in terms of their Dharma context and many are given their Sanskrit equivalencies. Many line drawings. Two appendices: The Eight Auspicious Symbols and the Tibetan Alphabet and the Seven Elements of Tibetan Letter Combinations (written in U-chen and U-may plus phonetics)
An example of listings: Mind; The Buddha, the Four Noble Truths, and the Path; Right Mindfulness; the Six Consciousnesses; The Ten Universal Fetters; Practice; Vows; Degrees of Spiritual Realization. This is a veritable treasure trove of essential information. (Published originally in 1984)
|Dimensions||8.75 × 11 × .5 in|