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Saturday, 21 February 2015 20:38

Uttara Tantra Shastra

The Uttara Tantra - A Treatise on Buddha Nature — A Commentary on The Uttara Tantra Shastra of Asanga - by Thrangu Rinpoche

A translation of the root text and a commentary of Maitreya's and Asanga's classic text, explaining Buddha nature. The Uttara Tantra is one of the main texts of the Mahayana path. It establishes that there is Buddha-nature in all sentient beings.

Published in Dharma
Saturday, 21 February 2015 12:09

Buddha Nature

Buddha Nature - The Mahayana Uttaratantra Shastra — by Arya Maitreya via Asanga

This is one of the Five Treatises said to have been dictated to Asanga by the Bodhisattva Maitreya. Presents the Buddha's definitive teachings on how we should understand this ground of enlightenment and clarifies the nature and qualities of buddhahood.

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Wednesday, 18 February 2015 23:29

Realm of Awakening

The Realm of Awakening - A Translation and Study of the Tenth Chapter of Asanga's Mahayanasangraha — by Paul J. Griffiths & John P. Keenan

One of the foundational documents of the Yogacara school of Mahayana Buddhism. It presents the systematic thinking of one of the greatest early Buddhist theoreticians on the nature of the Buddha.

Published in Dharma
Monday, 16 February 2015 12:28

Nagarjuniana

Nagarjuniana - Studies in the Writings and Philosophy of Nagarjuna — compiled by Chr. Lindtner

The author deals with the thirteen genuine works of Nagarjuna. This scholarly study shall immensely help students and scholars in general and Mahayanist researchers of Buddhism in particular.

Published in Dharma
Sunday, 15 February 2015 19:38

Nagarjuna's Seventy Stanzas

Nagarjuna's Seventy Stanzas - A Buddhist Psychology of Emptiness — translated by David Ross Komito

This volume contains a translation of Seventy Stanzas - a fundamental work of Nagarjuna on the Madhyamika system of Buddhist philosophy, along with a commentary from the Prasangika viewpoint by Geshe Sonam Rinchen.

Published in Dharma
Friday, 13 February 2015 12:24

Nagarjuna in Context

Nagarjuna in Context - Mahayana Buddhism and Early Indian Culture — by Joseph Walser

This work is the first examination of Nagarjuna's life and writings in the context of the religious and monastic debates of the second century CE.

Published in Dharma
Thursday, 12 February 2015 22:40

Elegant Sayings

Elegant SayingsNagarjuna's Staff of Wisdom  and Sakya Pandita's Precious Treasury of Elegant Sayings

The Indian Mahayana master Nagarjuna offers the practical wisdom of the Dharma in witty, thought-provoking, and uplifting verses that apply to all types of life situations. Expressing universal truths that remind us of basic human values, gives profound advice for daily life in truly elegant sayings, that remain readily in the mind.

Published in Dharma
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 07:21

Sun of Wisdom

The Sun of Wisdom - Teachings on the Noble Nagarjuna's Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way  with Mipham's commentary — by Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso

Using Nagarjuna's root text and the great modern master Ju Mipham's commentary as a framework - this work explains the most important verse from each chapter in the text in a style that illuminates for modern students both the meaning of these profound teachings and how to put them into practice in a way that benefits both oneself and others.

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Monday, 09 February 2015 18:25

Ornament of Reason

Ornament of Reason - The Great Commentary to Nagarjuna's Root of the Middle Way — by Mabja Jangchub Tsondru

The present work contains Nagarjuna's verses on the Middle Way accompanied by Mabja Jangchub Tsondru's famed commentary. Nagarjuna presents a magical method of reasoning, inviting everyone who encounters these lucid and fearless contemplations to follow him on a journey to the heart of transcendent insight.

Published in Dharma
Sunday, 08 February 2015 19:19

Nagarjuna's Madhymaka

Nagarjuna's Madhymaka - A Philosophical Introduction — by Jan Westerhoff

In this book, Jan Westerhoff offers a systematic account of Nagarjuna's philosophical position. He reads Nagarjuna in his own philosophical context, but he does not hesitate to show that the issues of Indian and Tibetan Buddhist philosophy have at least family resemblances to issues in European philosophy.

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