The Earliest Indian Reference to Muslims in a Buddhist Philosophical Text of Circa 700

@article{Kuijp2006TheEI,
  title={The Earliest Indian Reference to Muslims in a Buddhist Philosophical Text of Circa 700},
  author={Leonard Kuijp},
  journal={Journal of Indian Philosophy},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={169-202}
}
  • L. Kuijp
  • Published 1 June 2006
  • Biology
  • Journal of Indian Philosophy
ABBREVIATIONS: BO: Bo dong Pan chen 'Jigs med grags pa. Spyod [read: Dpyod\ pa pa'i tsliad ma'i gnas gtan la dbab pa and Spyod [read: Dpyod] pa pa'i lugs dgag pa, Encyclopedia Tibetica. The Collected Works of Bo dong Pan chen Phyogs las mam rgyal, ed. S.T. Kazi, vol. 7 (New Delhi: Tibet House, 1969), 85-297, 37CM19. BRANG: Brang ti Dpal ldan 'tsho byed. Shes bya rab gsal rgyas pa [Bdud rtsi snying po y an lag brgyad/gsang pa (sic) man ngag gis (sic) rgyud kyi spy i don shes bya rab gsal rgyas… 

Putative Persian perversities: Indian Buddhist condemnations of Zoroastrian close-kin marriage in context

  • J. Silk
  • Sociology
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 2008
Abstract Ancient and medieval sources from Greece to Korea speak of the morally reprehensible habits of the Persians, who engage in close-kin marriage. Indian Buddhist texts also preserve similar

Putative Persian perversities: Indian Buddhist condemnations of Zoroastrian dose-kin marriage

Ancient and medieval sources from Greece to Korea speak of the morally reprehensible habits of the Persians, who engage in close-kin marriage. Indian Buddhist texts also preserve similar ideas. One

Buddhist Critiques of the Veda and Vedic Sacrifice: A Study of Bhāviveka’s Mīmāṃsā Chapter of the Madhyamakahṛdayakārikā and Tarkajvālā

chapter one: Buddhist Forerunners to Bhāviveka’s Critique of Mīmāṃsā ........................ 12 1.

References

SHOWING 1-5 OF 5 REFERENCES

Representing the other?: Sanskrit sources and the Muslims : eighth to fourteenth century

The history of how "others" were perceived and reprensented in the past in India has hardly been consciously worked upon by historians so far. This monograph examines literary and epigraphic texts

New fragments of the sGra-sbyor bam-po gñis-pa

Etude d' 1 folio recto-verso du manuscrit du sGra-sbyor-bam-po gnis-pa, conserve dans la bibliotheque du monastere de Ta pho (Tabo, Tibet): description du fragment, traduction de l'introduction,