84000 Glossary of Terms

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དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ། | Glossary of Terms

  • དཱ་ན་ཤཱི་ལ།

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

Translator of the Sukhāvatī­vyūha­sūtra.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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. 

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Dānaśīla
  • dānaśīla
Definition in this text:

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

  • 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.

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

Eighth-century Indian teacher and translator.

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

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

A Kashmiri paṇḍita who was invited to Tibet during the late eighth and early ninth centuries. He worked with several Tibetan translators on the translation of a number of sūtras.