Chris Haskett chrishaskett at YAHOO.COM
Fri Dec 22 15:51:49 UTC 2006

Also, if you're willing to backtrack through the Tibetan, there is an electronic version of the 25,000 at, and a quick search does turn up a dozen or so instances of sgyu ma'i skyes bu.

See KL0009-1, particularly 216.b ff & KL-0009-2 at

Chris Haskett
PhD candidate
LCA, UW-Madison

Jonathan Silk <silk at HUMNET.UCLA.EDU> wrote: This does not refer to the text Eli is looking at/for, but the 
Sanskrit Word-Index to the Abhisamayalamkaraloka 
Prajnaparamitavyakhya [excuse abscene of diacritics] by Ryusei Keira 
and Noboru Ueda does list a number of occurences in the sutra itself, 
and many more in the cy. In the sutra they appear on pp 69, 72, 92, 
482, 841, 875 (Wogihara ed) --if it occurs other than as the first 
member of a compound, you'd have to look elsewhere though...
Jonathan Silk
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