Vajrayogini - Her Visualizations, Rituals and Forms — by Elizabeth English
Delves into the origins of Vajrayogini, charting her evolution in India and examining her roots in the Chakrasamvara tantra and in Indian tradition.
Madhyamaka and Yogacara - Allies or Rivals? — by Jay L. Garfield and Jan Westerhoff
This collection of essays addresses the degree to which these philosophical approaches are consistent or complementary.
Foundations of Dharmakirti's Philosophy — by John D. Dunne
This book illuminates the body of Dharmakirti's work, which has profoundly influenced Mahayana Buddhism and South Asian philosophy.
The Svatantrika—Prasangika Distinction - What difference does a difference make? — by Georges B. J. Dreyfus and Sara L. McClintock
Contains the philosophical import for both Indian and Tibetan Madhyamaka and the historical development of the distinction itself.
Tara - The Feminine Divine — by Bokar Rinpoche
This work presents the various aspects of Tara and the origin of her tantra, offering instruction for devotional practice.
The Buddha and His Teachings — edited by Samuel Bercholz
This anthology draws on traditional Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and Tibetan sources as well as teachings by contemporary Buddhist masters.
Buddhist Texts Through the Ages - Translated from Pali, Sanskrit, Chinese, Tibetan, Japanese and Apabhramsa
This unique anthology of Buddhist scriptures traces the development of Buddhism through the ages and around the world.
The Great Image - The Life Story of Vairochana the Translator — compiled by Yudra Nyingpo
Autobiography of the great scholar and translator Vairotsana, as told to a group of his students near the end of his life in the eighth century.
Freedom From Extremes - Gorampa's Distinguishing the Views and the Polemics of Emptiness — translated by Lobsang Dargyay & Jose Ignacio Cabezon
Fundamental concept of "emptiness" that avoid the traps of eternalism and nihilism.
Echoes From an Empty Sky - The Origin of the Buddhist Doctrine of the Two Truths — by John B. Buescher
For the first time, eschews an exclusively Mahayana standpoint for the exploration of the two truths in order to examine the doctrine in the context of the Hinayana.