[INDOLOGY] Kriya-sangraha: A Sanskrit Manuscript from Nepal

David and Nancy Reigle dnreigle at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 20:21:32 UTC 2024

I have now scanned the 1977 facsimile reproduction of this manuscript, and
Lubomir has kindly uploaded it to Archive.org. The link is:


The facsimile reproduction of this manuscript is useful because Tadeusz
Skorupski in his very helpful 2002 book, *Kriyāsaṃgraha: Compendium of
Buddhist Rituals, An abridged version*, references it throughout by page
number. Skorupski also references throughout by page number the Tibetan
translation in the Peking edition, *The Tibetan Tripitaka*, as reprinted in
Japan: vol. 74, 106.2.4 to 170.2.3. This Tibetan edition is not accessible
at the Buddhist Digital Resource Center, because it is in copyright, even
though I have not seen any copy available for purchase. So if anyone has a
scan of this Tibetan text in this edition, it would be helpful to post it.

Best regards,

David Reigle
Colorado, U.S.A.

>> On Tue, Nov 28, 2023 at 17:57, David and Nancy Reigle via INDOLOGY <
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>> wrote:
>> Sharada Rani reproduced this manuscript in 1977, as vol. 236 of the
>> Sata-Pitaka Series. Despite trying several times over the years, I have
>> never been able to find and obtain a copy, nor have I been able to find a
>> digital copy in recent years. Does anyone have one? I have often wanted to
>> consult it, and especially would like to now. Thanks.
>> Best regards,
>> David Reigle
>> Colorado, U.S.A.
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