The collected treatises: the Tibetan translations of scriptural works by the great Indian Buddhist masters.
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Works praising buddhas, bodhisattvas, or points of doctrine (Toh 1109-1179)
Commentaries, instructions, and liturgical works on the tantras (Toh 1180-3785)
Sūtra commentary and philosophy
Commentaries and philosophical works based on the sūtras and their interpretation, including the traditional Tengyur section divisions of Perfection of Wisdom, Middle Way, Sūtra Commentary, and Mind Only
Formal, scholastic treatises including part of the early Sarvāstivādin Abhidharma canon and later commentaries (Toh 4086-4103)
Commentaries and treatises on the canonical Vinaya texts (Toh 4104-4149)
The Buddha's previous lives
The literature recounting stories of the Buddha’s previous lives (Toh 4150-4157)
Advice from the great Indian Buddhist masters in the form of letters written to rulers and others (Toh 4158-4202)
Epistemology and logic
The texts on Indian Buddhist epistemology, logic, and reasoning by Dignāga, Dharmakīrti, and others (Toh 4203-4268)
Traditional sciences and arts
Works on linguistics, medicine, technology, politics, etc. (Toh 4269-4464)
Historical and descriptive catalogue of the Degé Tengyur by its 18th century editor Zhuchen Tsültrim Rinchen (Toh 4569).
Brief guides to the Tengyur and its subdivisions will be added to this “Learn more...” button, and those within the various section views, over the coming months.
As noted above, the Tengyur is included in this version of the Reading Room “lobby” for preliminary reference and gradual development, although 84000 (with the exception of a single project) has not yet started to focus resources on Tengyur translations. Even the “lobby” details of this Tengyur section—the titles, etc.—require extensive editing.