Many thanks to Professor Roland Steiner, who came to my rescue with Tilak Raj Chopra's paper, and to Dr. David Reigle for mentioning the GRETIL version of Chopra’s edition. I was aware of this version, as always very reliably input by Klaus Wille, and had used it, but needed to look at some of the documentation accompanying the edition. 
I'm grateful to this list! 

Bruno Galasek-Hul, Ph.D.
Cell: +1-203-507-0080

On Feb 19, 2021, at 8:15 PM, David and Nancy Reigle <> wrote:

The text of the Sabhika-Parivarta edited by Tilak Raj Chopra is available at GRETIL:

On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 12:39 PM Bruno Galasek-Hul via INDOLOGY <> wrote:
Esteemd scholars, 

Might anyone on this list possess a soft copy of the following and be wiling to share it with me privately?  

Tilak Raj Chopra (Bonn). "BHS triyantara and Hindi teṃtara. Notes on a folk-belief in the Mahāvastu and some other Buddhist Sanskrit texts.” In Frank-Richard Hamm Memorial Volume. Edited by Helmut Eimer (IeT, 21). Bonn: Indica et Tibetica Verlag, 1990, pp. 19–47.

I’m aware that the volume is still in print. But I have no access to a library and I need the article or, in particular, the 'Supplement: Text of the Sabhika-Parivarta, edited for the First Time from Manuscripts’, relatively quickly for a research project. Ordering the book and waiting for it to be delivered would take too long...    

Many thanks! 

Bruno Galasek-Hul

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