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Title: Religious Syncretism in 13th Century Tibet: The Limitless Ocean Cycle
Language of title: English
Author/Creator: Matthew Kapstein

Description: The article raises questions about the sources of The Limitless Ocean Cycle. Normally attributed to Karmapa Rangjung Dorjé (karma pa rang byung rdo rje, 1284-1339), the article suggests that syncretistic elements in the text might lead to different understandings of authorship. (Mark Premo-Hopkins 2004-03-23)

Publisher Place: New Dehli
Publisher: Manohar Publications
Publisher country: India
Publisher URL: http://www.manoharbooks.com
Published Date: 1985
Subject: Nyingma (rnying ma)
Kagyü (bka' brgyud)
Classification: Tibetan and Himalayan -- Philosophy
Buddhist Studies -- Text Studies
Tibetan and Himalayan -- Multi-Author Edited Volumes -- Conference Proceedings -- Proceedings of the International Association of Tibetan Studies (PIATS) -- PIATS 3 (1982), Soundings in Tibetan Civilization
Cultural Coverage: Tibet and Himalayas
Temporal coverage: 13th century CE
Language: English
Series Title: Proceedings of the International Association of Tibetan Studies
Series volume: 3
Source: Soundings in Tibetan Civilization: Proceedings of the 1982 Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies Held at Columbia University
Source Editor: Barbara Nimri Aziz
Matthew Kapstein
Source Type: Conference Proceedings
Source Page Numbers: 358-371
Frequency of publication: Irregular
Format: Print media (print or manuscript, including PDFs)
Resource Type: Article
Release Flag: OK for viewing
Date Of Record Creation: 2004-03-23 14:15:49
Date Record Checked: 2004-03-21
Date Last Modified: 2006-06-29 17:32:09
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