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ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ། | Glossary of Terms

    ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།

    dzi na mi tra

    Jinamitra

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Publications: 39
Translation by Gareth Sparham
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

Indian paṇḍita of the ninth century.

Translation by Gyurme Dorje
  • Jinamitra
  • རྒྱལ་བ་བཤེས་གཉེན།
  • rgyal ba bshes gnyen
  • Jinamitra

Indian paṇḍita of the ninth century.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

Jinamitra was invited to Tibet during the reign of King Trisong Detsen (khri srong lde btsan, r. 742–98 ᴄᴇ) and was involved with the translation of nearly two hundred texts, continuing into the reign of King Ralpachen (ral pa can, r. 815–38 ᴄᴇ). He was one of the small group of paṇḍitas responsible for the Mahāvyutpatti Sanskrit–Tibetan dictionary.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

Jinamitra was invited to Tibet during the reign of King Trisong Detsen (r. 742–98 ᴄᴇ) and was involved with the translation of nearly two hundred texts, continuing into the reign of King Ralpachen (r. 815–38 ᴄᴇ). He was among the small group of paṇḍitas responsible for the Mahā­vyutpatti Sanskrit–Tibetan dictionary.

Translation by Thomas Doctor
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍiṭa resident in Tibet during the late 8th and early 9th centuries.

Translation by Oriane Lavolé
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha (Toh 4233), which is contained in the Tibetan Tengyur (bstan ’gyur) collection.

Translation by Timothy Hinkle
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍita resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries.

Translation by Klaus-Dieter Mathes · Julika Weber · Katrin Querl · Konstantin Brockhausen · Susanne Fleischmann · Daniel Gratzer · Georgi Krastev · Jamie Gordon Creek
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha (Toh 4233), which is contained in the Tibetan Tengyur collection.

Translation by Tulku Sherdor · Virginia Blum
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍita and translator who was one of the great scholars invited to Tibet during the reign of King Trisong Detsen.

Translation by Chloé Cramer · Ben Ewing · Lowell Cook · Oriane Lavole · Sarah Evers
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late 8th and early 9th centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha (Degé no. 4233), which is contained in the Tibetan Tengyur (bstan ’gyur) collection.

Translation by Benjamin Ewing
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with multiple Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras.

Translation by Dr Karen Liljenberg · Dr Ulrich Pagel
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra
Translation by David Jackson
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

The name of an Indian preceptor, active in Tibet in the ninth century, who translated many texts in the Kangyur.

Translation by Catherine Dalton · Heidi Koppl · James Gentry · Cortland Dahl · Hilary Herdman · Andreas Doctor
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra
Translation by Benjamin Ewing
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍita resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries.

Translation by Timothy Hinkle
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍita resident in Tibet during the late 8th and early 9th centuries.

Translation by Joseph McClellan
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāyabindupiṇḍārtha (Toh 4233), which is contained in the Tibetan Tengyur (bstan ’gyur) collection.

Translation by Timothy Hinkle
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries.

Translation by Timothy Hinkle
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

A Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries.

Translation by Benjamin Ewing
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha (Toh 4233), which is contained in the Tibetan Tengyur (bstan ’gyur) collection.

Translation by Gyurmé Avertin
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍita resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries and named as one of the translators of this sūtra.

Translation by Dr. Shenghai Li · Zhuo Siyu
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra
Translation by Miguel Sawaya · Andreas Doctor
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra
Translation by Andreas Doctor · Zachary Beer
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

A Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha (Degé no. 4233), which is contained in the Tengyur (bstan ’gyur).

Translation by Anna Zilman · Adam Krug
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍita resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries.

Translation by Benjamin Collet-Cassart
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late 8th and early 9th centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha (Toh 4233),<Reference Toh 4233> which is contained in the Tibetan Tengyur (bstan ’gyur) collection.

Translation by Ina Bieler
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

Indian paṇḍit who translated and edited (among many others) the sūtra Purification of Karmic Obscurations.

Translation by Jed Forman · ErdeneBaatar Erdene-Ochir · Michael Ium
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian preceptor and translator who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. 

Translation by Timothy Hinkle · Anna Zilman · Lama Tenzin Sangpo
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of a number of sūtras.

Translation by Annie Bien
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

A Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries.

Translation by Laura Dainty
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

A Kashmiri preceptor who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of various sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha, which is contained in the Tengyur (bstan ’gyur) collection.

Translation by Mattia Salvini
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian paṇḍita resident in Tibet during the late 8th and early 9th centuries.

Translation by Thomas Cruijsen
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

A Kashmiri scholar-monk who worked on many translations at Samyé, Tibet, upon the invitation of the Tibetan king Tri Ralpachen (ca. 806–38).

Translation by Adam Krug
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • jinamitra

An Indian preceptor and translator who lived in the ninth century.

Translation by Adam Krug
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian preceptor and translator who lived in the ninth century.

Translation by David Gitlen
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

“Friend of the Victor,” an Indian paṇḍita who traveled to Tibet during the time of King Trisong Detsen to serve as a translator.

Translation by Adam Krug
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

Eighth-century Indian teacher and translator.

Translation by Stefan Mang · Lowell Cook
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian preceptor from Kashmir who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He was a frequent collaborator of Yeshé Dé.

Translation by Wiesiek Mical · Nicholas Schmidt
  • Jinamitra
  • ཛི་ན་མི་ཏྲ།
  • dzi na mi tra
  • Jinamitra

An Indian Kashmiri paṇḍita who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of several sūtras. He is also the author of the Nyāya­bindu­piṇḍārtha (Toh 4233), which is contained in the Tengyur (Tib. bstan ’gyur) collection.