Aryashura's Jatakamala

Martin Straube straubem at MAILER.UNI-MARBURG.DE
Fri Mar 16 05:40:16 EDT 2007


Reiko Ohnuma "Head, eyes, flesh, and blood. Giving away the body in  
Indian Buddhist Literature" deals with various stories from Aryasura.  
She provides a rich bibliography of studies in the genre of Buddhist  
Avadana/Jataka literature.

Aryasuras Jatakamala, Jatakas 1-25, have been critically edited  
recently by Albrecht Hanisch (Vol. 43 of the Indica et Tibetica  
series), see
http://www.iet-verlag.de/reihe_iet.html

Kind regards,
Martin Straube

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Martin Straube
FG Indologie und Tibetologie
Philipps-Universitaet Marburg
Wilhelm-Roepke-Strasse 6F
35032 Marburg, Germany

www.staff.uni-marburg.de/~straubem/


Zitat von Justin Meiland <jmeiland at YAHOO.COM>:

> Dear Colleagues,
>
> I am trying to collect together secondary literature on Aryashura's
> Jatakamala.
>
> Does anyone have any recommendations?
>
> While I do have an interest in Jatakamalas by other authors and in the
> concept of Jatakamala as a genre (e.g. the work of Michael Hahn on
> Haribhatta and Gopadatta), I am particularly seeking out studies on
> Aryashura. (Works such as Khoroche's notes towards a critical edition
> and Schlingloff's discussion of Ajanta and the Jatakamala are already
> familiar to me.)
>
> Yours,
>
> Justin Meiland



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