[INDOLOGY] Looking for the Shamsher Manuscript…
szantopeterdaniel at gmail.com
Sat Jan 8 07:25:18 UTC 2022
Please see pp. 421-430 in Harunaga Isaacson & Francesco Sferra. 2014. *The
Sekanirdeśa of Maitreyanātha (Advayavajra) with the Sekanirdeśapañjikā of
Rāmapāla. Critical Edition of the Sanskrit and Tibetan Texts with English
Translation and Reproductions of the MSS*. Manuscripta Buddhica 2. Hamburg:
Asien-Afrika-Institut, Universität Hamburg & Napoli: Università degli studi
di Napoli ‘L’Orientale’.
These pages contain a re-edition, translation, and a reproduction of the
ms. (Kaiser Library 142, b/w but very legible).
On Sat, 8 Jan 2022 at 00:22, Westin Harris via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> wrote:
> Greetings Indologists,
> Happy new year.
> Does anyone know where the microfilm of the so-called Shamsher Manuscript
> (alternative titles: Sham Shere Manuscript, Amansikārakrama, or
> Amanasikārāmnaya) is presently held?
> Citations in secondary sources suggest that it was originally catalogued
> as MB II-144 in the collection of the now-defunct Institute for the
> Advanced Study of World Religions at Stony Brook University, NY. The
> librarian at Stony Brook said the IASWR collection was donated to the Woo
> Ju Memorial Library in the early 1990s. In turn, the representative of the
> Woo Ju library said that they transferred the IASWR collection to UVA in
> 2006. However, the librarian at UVA came up empty handed.
> Does anyone know where I can find the original microfilm? Or better yet,
> does anyone have a PDF of the original MS that they can share? I already
> have access to at least three different editions (Tucci, Levi, and Pandey),
> but I wish to examine scans of the original MS itself.
> I have searched worldcat using several titles and keywords but I have had
> no luck.
> Thank you for your help.
> *Westin Harris*
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Study of Religion
> University of California, Davis
> 2021 Dissertation Fellow,
> The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies
> Sarva Mangalam.
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