Mohe Bore Chao Jing 摩訶般若鈔經
Translated by Dharmapriya and Fo Nian
Colophon摩訶般若鈔經 前秦 曇摩蜱共竺佛念譯 共 5 卷 Mohe Bore Chao Jing, Translated by Dharmapriya and Fo Nian in the Former Qin in 5 scrolls.
SummaryThis is third translation of the Perfection of Wisdom in Eight Thousand Lines or the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā (Lancaster, 1975).
NotesTranslated into Chinese in 382 (Lancaster, 2004, 'K 5')
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Primary SourceDharmapriya, trans., 《摩訶般若鈔經》 'Mohe Bore Chao Jing,' in Taishō shinshū Daizōkyō 《大正新脩大藏經》, in Takakusu Junjiro, ed., (Tokyo: Taishō Shinshū Daizōkyō Kankōkai, 1988), Vol. 8, No. 226, Accessed 2016-07-08, http://tripitaka.cbeta.org/T08n0226.
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