Dipavamsa (study)

by Sibani Barman | 2017 | 55,946 words

This page relates ‘Select Bibliography’ of the study on the Dipavamsa conducted by S. Barman in 2017. The Dipavamsa is the base material of the Vamsa literatures of Ceylon (Srilanka or Sri-Lanka) writtin the Pali language.

Select Bibliography

PRIMARY SOURCES:

Anāgatavaṃsa. J.Minaeff (ed. & tr.), Oxford, JPTS, 1886.

Aṅguttara Nikaya. Moris, Richard (ed.), vols. I-II, PTS, London, 1982- 88; Prof. H. Hardy. vols. III-V, PTS, London, 1896-1900.

Apādāna. M.E.Lilley. (ed. & tr.), 2 vols. PTS, London, 1925-1927.

Cūlavaṃsa. Geiger, Wilhelm. (ed.), 2 vols. PTS, London, 1882.

Dīpavaṃsa. Oldenberg, Hermann. (ed. & tr.), 1st pub. Berlin, 1879; 1st repr. Asian Educational Services or AES, New Delhi, 1982; 4th repr. New Delhi, 2006.

Mahāvaṃsa. George Turnour. (ed. & tr.), Ceylon, 1837; Eng. tr. Mabel Haynes Bode & Wlihelm Geiger, (rev. & tr.) AES, New Delhi, 1st repr. 1986, AES 2nd repr.New Delhi, 1993; AES 3rd repr. New Delhi, 2000; AES 4th repr, New Delhi, 2003.

Manorathapūranī; Aṅguttara-Nikāya Aṭṭhakathā. M. Walesser & H. Kopp. (ed.), PTS, London, vols. I-V, PTS, London, 1924-56.

Pūjāvaliya. M. Medhankara Thera, (tr.), B. Gunasekera, Colombo, 1895.

Rājāvaliya. B.Gunasekera, (ed.), Colombo, 1900.

Samantapāsādikā. J. Takakusu & M.Nagai, (ed.), vols I-VII, Oxford, PTS, London, 1924-1969.

Vaṃsatthappakāsinī. (commentary on the Mahāvaṃsa), G.P.Malalasekera, (ed.), 2 vols, PTS, London, 1935.

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Adikaram, E.W. Early History of Buddhism in Ceylon, Colombo, 1st edn. 1946, 2nd edn. 1953.

Banerjee, Anukul Chandra. Buddhism in India and Abroad, The World Press Pvt. Ltd, Calcutta (now Kolkata), 1973.

Bapat, P.V. 2500 years of Buddhism, New Delhi, Publication Dividion, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. Of India, 1956.

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Barua, Benimadhab. Ceylon Lectures, Satish Chandra Seal, Calcutta (now Kolkata), 1945.

Barua, Rabindra Bijoy. Pali Sahityer Itihas (in Bengali), 2 vols. Dhaka Bangla Academi, 1980-1988.

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Beal, Samuel. Si-Yu-Ki, Buddhist Records of Western World, translated from the Chinese of Hieuen tsang (A.D. 629), 2 vols. London, 1911.

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Bhattacharya, Narendranath. History of the Reaserches on Buddhism, New Delhi, Munshiram Manoharlal, 1981.

Bode, Mabel H. The Pali Literature of Burma, London, The Royal Asiatic Society, 1909.

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Bu-ston. History of Buddhism, Pts. I & II, (Chos-h-byng), Heidelberg, Institute for Buddhism, Kande, 1932.

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Coomarswami, Ananda K. & Ethiel, M. The Dīpavaṃsa and the Mahāvaṃsa and their Historical Development in Ceylon, tr. Colombo, 1908.

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Gambrich, Richard. & Obeysekera, Gananath. Buddhism Transformed, Motilal Banarasi Das, Delhi, 1st edn. 1988, repr. 1990.

Geiger, Wilhelm. Culture of Ceylon in Mediaeval Times, Wiesbaden, Heinz Bechert, edn. 1960.

Gunasekera, Mudaliyar B. A Contribution to the History of Ceylon, translated from the Pujāvaliya, Colombo, 1908.

Hazra, K.L. History of Theravada Buddhism in South East Asia with Special Reference to India and Ceylon, New Delhi, Munshiram, Manoharlal, 1982.

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Hofinger, M. Etudes sur le Concile de Vaisali, Louvain, Bibliotheque du Museon, vol. XX, 1946.

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Jaysuriya, Edmund. A Guide to Cultural Triangle of Sri-Lanka, Central Cultural Fund, 1st edn. Ceylon, 2004.

Keith, Arthur Berriedale. Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon, 1st and 2nd edns. Oxford, 1923; 3rd and 4th edns. Varanasi, 1963; 5th edn. Oxford, 1970; 6th edn. Gordon Press, 1974, 7th edn.Oriental Books Reprint Corporation, 1979; 8th edn. Pilgrim Publishing India, 2002.

Kern, Hendrik. Manual of Indian Buddhism, 1st and 2nd edns. K.J.Trubner, Harvard University, 1896; repr. Motilal Banarasidas, 1898; 3rd edn. Indological Book House, University of Virginia, 1968; repr. 1968, 1972; Repr. Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, 1992; (ed & repr.), Kessinger Publishing, 2009.

Law, Bimala Churn. A history of Pali Literature, Abhishek Prakashan, New Delhi, 2007.

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Legge, James. A Record of Buddhist Kingdoms, being an Account by the Chinese Monk Fa Hien of his Travels in India and Ceylon, Oxford 1886.

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Malalasekera, G.P. The Pali Literature of Ceylon, M.D.Gunasena and Co. Ltd., Colombo, 1st edn. 1928. repr. 1958.

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Wagle, Narendra. Society at the Time of Buddha, London, 1955.

Winternitz, Maurice. A History of Indian Literature, vol. II, 1st edn. Calcutta (now Kolkata), 1933.

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DICTIONARIES:

Buddhadatta, Ven. A.P. English-Pali Dictionary, Oxford, PTS, 1992.

Childers, Robert Caesar. A Dictionary of the Pali Language, Delhi, 2007.

Malalasekera, G.P. Dictionary of the Pali Proper names, 2 vols. 1ST Indian edn. Delhi, 2007.

Rhys Davids, T.W. & Stede, William. Pali-English Dictionary, Motilal Banarasidas Publishedrs Pvt.Ltd. Delhi, 2007.

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