84000 Glossary of Terms

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དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ། | Glossary of Terms

  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།

  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
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Publications: 19
Translation by Klaus-Dieter Mathes · Julika Weber · Katrin Querl · Konstantin Brockhausen · Susanne Fleischmann · Daniel Gratzer · Georgi Krastev · Jamie Gordon Creek
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Chloé Cramer · Ben Ewing · Lowell Cook · Oriane Lavole · Sarah Evers
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Celso Wilkinson · Laura Goetz · L. S. Summer
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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 David Jackson
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

An Indian preceptor from Kashmir who was resident in Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He translated many texts in the Kangyur in collaboration with Yeshé Dé.

Translation by Julia Stenzel · Ngawang Rinchen Gyaltsen · Tsewang Gyaltsen
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

Translator of the Sukhāvatī­vyūha­sūtra.

Translation by Timothy Hinkle
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Joseph McClellan
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Timothy Hinkle
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

One of the Indian preceptors who assisted in translating this text.

Translation by Benjamin Ewing
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Jed Forman · ErdeneBaatar Erdene-Ochir · Michael Ium
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Bhikṣuṇī Thubten Damcho
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Adam Krug
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Adam Krug
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by David Gitlen
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

Translation by Adam Krug
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

Eighth-century Indian teacher and translator.

Translation by Stefan Mang · Lowell Cook
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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
  • Dānaśīla
  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།
  • dA na shI la
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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