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Service Oriented Publication, entitled “Title Catalogue of Rare Buddhist Sanskrit Manuscripts in Microform collection of Shantarakshita Library”. The manuscript collection catalogued in this publication is preserved in Multimedia Section of the Shantarakshita Library, comprising 222 boxes of microfilm and 22 boxes of microfiche, which contain more than 2200 titles.

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  • Title Catalogue of Buddhist Sanskrit Manuscript in Microform Collection in Shantarakshita Library Multimedia Section Reader Service Oriented Publication Series-03

    03 - Editorial Board Members: . Dr. Thakur Sen Negi Sri. Trinley Ram Shashni Sri. Pema Gyalpo Sri. Ngawang Tsepag

    : : (2015, ,-221007 Price: Published by: Central University of Tibetan Studies (Deemed University) 2015, Sarnath, Varanasi-221007

  • Foreword The Shantarakshita Library of Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, Varanasi has the best and large amount of collections on Buddhology, Tibetology and Himalayan Studies in India. Particularly it has a large section of Sanskrit Buddhist Manuscript in Microform collection. The Manuscript collection catalogued preserved in Multimedia section comprises of 222 boxes of microfilm and 22 boxes of microfiche containing more than 2200 titles. This valuable collection has been well preserved by the multimedia section, Library. The members of Multimedia section of the Shantarakshita Library in collaboration with scholars of Rare Buddhist Text Department of the university have brought this Title Catalogue of Rare Buddhist Sanskrit Manuscripts in

    Microform Collection for the benefit of Reader Oriented Service. This academic achievement is noteworthy and all the members of Shantarakshita Library are commendable for their pursuit. This valuable catalogue will definitely help particularly working in the Buddhist academicians and generally to all the research scholars and serve an easy access tool for the general students. Last but not the least I wholeheartedly congratulate Dr. Penpa Dorjee, In-charge of Shantarakshita Library and concern staff of Multimedia and scholars of Rare Buddhist Text Department, CUTS in bringing out this catalogue for a larger usage of Reader Oriented Service. Hope to see more innovative publications as it had earlier brought out a catalogue of Tibetan Collection. Sarnath Prof. Lobsang Norbu Shastri Thursday, 3 September, 2015 Director/Vice-chancellor

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  • Preface Shantarakshita Library has been bringing up series of reader service oriented booklet publication from time to time. Today, it is a great pleasure to release catalogue series-3, entitled Title Catalogue of Buddhist Sanskrit Manuscripts in Microform collection in Shantarakshita Library published by the University. The manuscript collection catalogued in this publication is preserved in Multimedia Section of the Shantarakshita Library, comprising 222 boxes of microfilm and 22 boxes of microfiche, which contain more than 2200 titles. The collection has a few duplicate titles and micro-documents stored in box number 26, 48, 51, and 52, are spoiled due to bad weather condition.. This microform collection of Rare Buddhist Sanskrit Manuscripts was acquired from different parts of the world such as 1. Nepal National Archives, Kathmandu, 2. Cambridge University Library, England, 3. Institute for Advanced Studies of World Religions (IASWR), Melville Memorial Library, State Library of New York, and other collections from 4. Asiatic Society, Calcutta, 5. Royal Asiatic Society, London, 6. Buddhist Library, Nogoya, Tokyo, 7. Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, 8. University of Tokyo Library, Japan etc. Rare Buddhist Texts Research Departments of this University and the other scholars are the exclusive users of the collection. For a long time it was the main input for the annual journal titled DHIH: Journal of Rare Buddhist Texts Research, released by Research Department of the University. Entries in this catalogue are title wise alphabetically arrangement. The Sanskrit titles in Devanagari script are letter by letter sorted using Microsoft Word to arrange the entries in the catalogue. Example of an entry is as follows: 1. Title in Devanagari: 2. Title in Roman: Akobhyamaalapjvidhi 3. Author: 4. Subject: Tantric Ritual 5. Script: Newr 6. Folios: 17 7. Flask Box no: B no. 6/6 8. Accession no.: 004121 9. Collection no: LMHJ 000,087 (MBB I-87) 10. Collection name: IASWR 11. Remarks: Comp.

  • Publication of this Catalogue of the library collection will definitely serve our scholars and readers not only as an access tools for the required titles but also as an orientation tool to spread the awareness about the availability of rare Buddhist Sanskrit Manuscripts collection in microform in the multimedia section of the library. Soft copy of this catalogue is also available on University web site www.cuts.ac.in for download. It pleases me to congratulate Team of Multimedia Section and scholars who have contributed in completing the work success. I must thank and congratulate Dr. Thakur Sen Negi and Mr. Thinley Ram Shashni of Rare Buddhist Text Department of the University for editing datasheet and inscribing the manuscripts written in different languages/scripts, Mr Pema Gyalpo, In-Charge, Multimedia Section for his supervising the project with keen interest and enthusiasm, Mr. Ngawang Tsepag, Professional Assistant, Multimedia Section for his dexterous management of Bibliographical data and converting the document from Mac to Microsoft Word Document and made compatible of Devanagari and Roman cedilla, and also for making the digital copy of catalogue in PDF format. Appreciation to all of them engaged as Technical Assistants in Micro-document Digitization Project for their sincerity and hard work namely, Ms. Tenzin Dhesar, Ms. Migmar, Ms. Dawa Tsamchoe and Mr. Penpa. In particular, Ms. Tenzin Dhesar, for her intelligible works in preparation of cataloguing and data compilation. Initial works of bibliographic data collection was started during the librarianship of Dr. Jampa Samten and continued throughout the library-in-charge of Mr. R K Mishra. I consider the successful compilation of this catalogue as the result of their support and guidance. I appreciate for the same. We hope that this 3rd series of the reader service oriented publication will be of use for scholars as well as general users of the library and will promote the use of this valuable collection. Although utmost care has been taken to compile and edit the catalogue but as usual in every effort, shortcomings also in this publication are inevitable and suggestions for improvement of this publication will be highly appreciated. Sarnath Dr. Penpa Dorjee 03.09. 2015 (Library In-Charge)

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    2. Akaicaup

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    4. Miscellaneous

    5. Urdu

    6. 18

    7. B.no. 72/9

    8. M8266

    9. A925/15

    10. National Archives, Nepal

    11. Complete

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    2. Akoabhayamaalakriy

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    4. Tantric Ritual

    5. Newr

    6. 35

    7. B.no. 9/1

    8. 004163

    9. LMHJ 000,141 (MBB I-141)

    10. IASWR

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    2. Akobhyamaalakriy

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    4. Buddhist Tantra

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    6. Newr

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    8. B.no. 92/16

    9. M9454

    10. E1714/18

    11. National Archives, Nepal

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    2. Akobhyamaalapjvidhi

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    4. Tantric Ritual

    5. Newr

    6. 18

    7. B.no. 111/10

    8. M009303

    9. E1480/10

    10. National Archives, Nepal

    11. Complete

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    2. Akobhyamaalapjvidhi

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    4. Tantric Ritual

    5. Newr

    6. 17

    7. B.no. 6/6

    8. 004121

    9. LMHJ 000,087 (MBB I-87)

    10. IASWR

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    2. Acalbhiekavidhi

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    4. Tantric Ritual

    5. Newr

    6. 36

    7. B.no. 5/11

    8. 004108

    9. LMHJ 000,069 (MBB I-69)

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    2. Acintyakramopadea (Kuddlapda)

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    4. Buddhist Tantra

    5. Devangar

    6. 18

    7. B.no. 9/22

    8. M5881

    9. A117/5

    10. National Archives, Nepal

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