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Çaraccandra Dāça
Çarat Chandra Dās
Chandra Das, S.
Chandra Das, Sarat
Dāça, Çaraccandra
Dās, Çarat Chandra
Das, Chandra
Das, S. C.
Das, S.Ch
Das, S. Chandra
Das, Saṙaccandra
Das, Sarat C.
Das, Sarat Chandra
Dās, Śaratcandra
Das, Saratchandra
Dāsa, Śarac Candra
Dāsa, Saraccandra
Dāsa, Sarachchandra
Dass, S. C.
Dass, Sarat Chandra
Śarac Candra Dāsa
Śaraccandra Dāsa
Sarachchandra Dāsa
Sarat Chandra Das
Sarat Chandra Das (Brits ontdekkingsreiziger (1849-1917))
Sarat Chandra Das (Indian scholar of Tibetan language and culture)
Śaratcandra Dās
Saratchandra Das
Satis Tsandra
Satīś Tsandra (Ā-tsā-rya)
Сарат Чандра Дас
दास, सरच्चन्द्र
सरच्चन्द्र दास
サラト・チャンドラ・ダス
萨拉特·钱德拉·达斯
Dates: 
1849-1917
Creation class: 
Computer file
Language material
Text
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author
Related names: 
Chattopadhyaya, Alaka
Hari Mohana Vidyābhūṣaṇa
Heyde, A. William
Heyde, Augustus William
Heyde, Augustus William -1907
Kṣemendra (10..?-10.)
Kṣemendra, active (11th century)
Rockhill, William Woodville (1854-1914)
Sandberg, Graham
Sumpa Khan-po Yece Pal Jor, 1702 (1775)
Vidyabhusana, Satis Chandra (1870-1920)
Titles: 
Appendix to Pag-sam ṭhi śin̂
Autobiography; narratives of the incidents of my early life
Avadānakalpalatā
Bhoṭa abhidhāna
Bodhi patha pradīpa
book of the seven mystic revelations
Buddhist account of the Four Vedas. [] The Influence of the Buddhism on the development of Nyaya philosophy
Buddhist Sanskrit work on the exploits and glories of Buddha
collection of legendary stories about the Bodhisattvas
Contributions on the religion and history of Tibet
Dict. of indology
dPag bsam ljon bzang History of the rise, progress and downfall of Buddhism in India and : History of Tibet from Early times to 1754 A.D.
Dsam ling gyeshe
Garbhakrāntyavadānam
hierarchy of the Dalai Lama (1406-1745), The
Indian pandits in the land of snow.
Introduction of written language in Mongolia in the thirteenth century
introduction to the grammar of the Tibetan language; with the texts of Situ sum-tag, Dag-je sal-wai melong, and Situi shal lung., An
Journey to Lhasa and central Tibet
Kaʹ babs bdun ldan gyi brgyud paʹi rnam thar
Ksemendra. Bodhisattvābadāna kalpalatā, 1981 (a.e.)
Laṅkāvatāra-sūtram
Lasa ji Xizang zhong bu lü xing ji
Legs bsdus sna lṅa
Life of Atisa
Life of Sum-pa Khan-po, also styled Yeśes-dPal-hbyor, the author of the Reẖumig (Chronical table
Mādhyamikā vr̥ttiḥ
Memorandum on the training of Pandits and Moulvis
mṄal-nas ʾbyuṅ-ba bstan-paʾi yal-ʾdab-ste btsu-baʾi
monasteries of Tibet, The
Narrative of a journey to Tashilhunpo in 1879
Natl. bibliogr. of Indian lit.
note on the antiquity of Chittagong, comp. from th tibetan works Pagsa Jon-Zan of Sumpa Khan po and Kāhbab Dun-dan of Lama Tārā Nātha, A
Note on the Buddhist Golden Book (Kammavacā)
Notices of Orisa in the early records of Tibet
On the Kāla Cakra system of Buddhism, which originated in Orisa
origin of mankind (according to the lamaic mythology), The
Pag-bsam ljon-bzaṅ
Pag sam jon zang
Prasannapadā
Putešestvìe vʺ Tibetʺ
Rgyal rab bon kyi jung-nas
rTogs brdzod dpag bsam ʾkhri śiṅ
Samādhirāja-sūtra
She-rab dong-bu (śes rab sdoṅ bu) or Prajnya daṇḍa
short history of the house of Phagdu, which ruled over Tibet on the decline of Sakya till 1432 A.D., A
Suvarṇa-prabhā
Tibet, a dependency of Mongolia
Tibet under the tartar emperors of China in the 13 th century A.D.
Tibetan-English Buddhist historical glossary
Tibetan-English dictionary with Sanskrit synonyms
Tibetan studies
Travels on the shores of Lake Yamdo-Croft
Tripiṭaka.
Tshig-gi-gter-mdzod
Voyage à Lhassa et au Tibet central
ʾDzam gliṅ rgyas bśad
अवदान कल्पलता
बॊधिसत्त्वावदानकल्पलता
लङ्कावतारसूत्रम्
ལེགས་བསྡུས་སྣ་ལྔ། legant extracts from different Tibetan works
拉萨及西藏中部旅行记
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VIAF DNB LC N6I NDL NLI NUKAT RERO SUDOC WKD
BOWKER
NTA