Jonathan Silk silk at HUMNET.UCLA.EDU
Wed Feb 2 14:45:03 EST 2005

A simple note:

>  A later Indian commentary by

It is very dubious whether JayAnanda may really be considered an
Indian as such, at least in this conext; although referred to as a
Kashmiri, the cy. to which Ulrich refers appears to have been written
either in Tibet or even in the Tangut country. See Leonard v d Kuijp
in Central Asiatic Journal 1993: 188-197.
Jonathan Silk
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