Buddhacarita 1,1-7 and 25-40, bibliographical hints

Antonio Ferreira-Jardim antonio.jardim at GMAIL.COM
Mon Feb 11 23:27:31 UTC 2008

Dear Mark,

The INBUDS site is a fairly useful resource towards this end with
Journals arranged in hiragana order with indications as to pdf


Another useful resource is the University of Tokyo Digital Repository:


However, I do think that the NationaI Institute of Informatics is the
resource with the largest scope. If you enter the title of the journal
in kana in the search screen, you might have some luck:


With regard to the Journals you cite, you can get contents lists
(only!) via the following sites:

http://sojusha.com/newpage14.htm (BukkyO KenkyU) - old site
http://kamoeji.jp/kokusai.html (BukkyO KenkyU) - new site

http://www.icabs.ac.jp/publication/2-7-1.html (Journal of the International
College of Advanced Buddhist Studies)

(SaMbhASA -  Nagoya Studies in Indian Culture and Buddhism)

I hope that is helpful in some way.

Kind regards,

Antonio Ferreira-Jardim
University of Queensland

On 2/12/08, Mark Allon <mark.allon at usyd.edu.au> wrote:
> Dear Richard,
> >
> >I've just found that courtesy of the National Institute of Informatics
> >an open access version of this article can be downloaded from here:
> >
> >http://ci.nii.ac.jp/cinii/servlet/QuotDisp?LOCALID=ART0007450706&DB=NELS&USELA
> >NG=en
> >
> >Kind regards,
> > Richard
> Thanks for the link to this useful resource. Unless I missed them, a quick search showed that several Japanese Buddhist Studies/Indology journals were not listed:
> Buddhist Studies (Bukkyō Kenkyū)
> Journal of the International College for Advanced Buddhist Studies
> Nagoya Studies in Indian Culture and Buddhism
> Is there a site that lists all Japanese Buddhist Studies/Indology journals and their access status?
> Regards
> Mark
> Dr Mark Allon
> Department of Indian Subcontinental Studies
> University of Sydney

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