Publications/Presentations

Project Members

This list refers only to project-relevant publications and is not a synopsis of all publications of the listed researchers

BIRGIT KELLNER (project leader)

Collected volumes (editor)

Birgit Kellner (ed.), Buddhism and Transcultural Dynamics (Berlin: DeGruyter forthcoming).

Collected volumes (contributor)

Birgit Kellner, 'Vernacular Literacy in Tibet: Present Debates and Historical Beginnings', in: Stephan Müller, Norbert Kössinger, Pavlina Rychterova (eds.), The Rise of Vernacular Literacy in Comparative Perspective. Series: Mittelalterstudien (Paderborn: Fink Verlag forthcoming).

Birgit Kellner, Vernacular Literacy in Tibet: Present Debates and Historical Beginnings, in: Stephan Müller, Norbert Kössinger, Pavlina Rychterova (eds.), Anfangsgeschichten / Origin Stories: Der Beginn volkssprachiger Schriftlichkeit in komparatistischer Perspektive / The rise of vernacular literacy in a comparative perspective (Paderborn: Fink Verlag 2017); Access.

Birgit Kellner, Genealogy into the Future: Glimpses from Sangs rgyas rgya mtsho’s (1653-1705) Exposition of the Extended Dalai Lama Lineage, in: Eirik Hovden, Christina Lutter and Walter Pohl (eds.), Meanings of Community across Medieval Eurasia (Leiden: Brill 2016) 203–231; DOI 10.1163/9789004315693_011.

Papers, Presentations, Workshops

Birgit Kellner, 'The Concept of Spiritual Genealogies in Tibetan Buddhism', paper presented at VISCOM Mid-Term Conference: Meanings of Community across Medieval Eurasia (Vienna, 29.11.2013)

FRANCESCO BIANCHINI

Papers, Presentations, Workshops

Francesco Bianchini, Scripture meets royal power: the case of the Ahirbudhnyasaṃhitā, in: Nina Mirnig, Marion Rastelli and Vincent Eltschinger (eds.), Tantric Communities in Context (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press forthcoming).

Francesco Bianchini, 'Rhetoric of a military cult: The case of the Ahirbudhnyasaṃhitā, Tantric Communities in Context: Sacred Secrets and Public Rituals', paper presented at Tantric Communities in Context: Sacred Secrets and Public Rituals (Vienna, 07.02.2015)

VINCENT ELTSCHINGER

Collected Volumes (editor)

Vincent Eltschinger (with Jowita Kramer, Leonard van der Kuijp, Parimal Patil, and Chizuko Yoshimizu) (eds.), Memorial volume for Helmut Krasser (1956-2014) (forthcoming).

Vincent Eltschinger (co-edited with Veronika Wieser and Johannes Heiss), Cultures of Eschatology, Proceedings of the International Conference Making Ends Meet held in Vienna, September 26-28, 2015. 2 vols. (Berlin: De Gruyter forthcoming)

Vincent Eltschinger, Nina Mirnig and Marion Rastelli (eds.), Tantric Communities in Context, VISCOM Conference Proceedings (Vienna 5.-7.2.2015) (forthcoming 2016)

Vincent Eltschinger and Veronkia Wieser (eds.), Making Ends Meet, VISCOM Conference Proceedings (24.-.26.9.2015)

Collected Volumes (contributor)

Vincent Eltschinger, Remarks on Indian Buddhist Eschatology and Its Uses of the Kaliyuga, in: Veronika Wieser, Vincent Eltschinger and Johannes Heiss (eds.), Cultures of Eschatology, Proceedings of the International Conference Making Ends Meet held in Vienna, September 26-28, 2015., vol. 2 (Berlin: De Gruyter forthcoming)

Vincent Eltschinger, From Commentary to Philosophy, or Lectio and Disputatio in Indian Buddhist Commen¬tarial Literature, in: Silvia d’Intino and Sheldon Pollock (eds.), Actes du Colloque ‘Enjeux de la philosophie indienne/Issues in Indian Philology’, Paris, Collège de France, 5-7 décembre 2016 (forthcoming); Access.

Journal Articels

Vincent Eltschinger, Aśvaghoṣa on Kings and Kingship, in: Indo-Iranian Journal (forthcoming).

Vincent Eltschinger, Qu’attendre d’une comparaison des scolastiques? Bouddhisme indien et Occident médiéval, in: Socio-anthropologie 36 (2017), 123–142.

Papers, Presentations, Workshops

Vincent Eltschinger, 'Introduction', paper presented at Making Ends Meet: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on the End of Times in Medieval Christianity, Islam and Buddhism (Vienna, 24.09.2015)

Vincent Eltschinger, 'Introduction', paper presented at Tantric Communities in Context: Sacred Secrets and Public Rituals (Vienna, 05.02.2015)

Vincent Eltschinger, 'Ancient Brahmanical Apocalyptic Beliefs and their Buddhist Appropriation', paper presented at Visions of Community Conference: Meanings of Community Across Medieval Eurasia (Vienna, 28.11.2013)

MATHIAS FERMER

Journal Articles

Mathias Fermer, 'Tibetische Meister und ihr »befreites Wirken«: Auf Spurensuche monastischer Gemeinschaften in den Lebensgeschichten des mittelalterlichen Tibet', in: Historicum 31 (2014), 34-39; http://www.austriaca.at/0xc1aa5576_0x00369fc3Access.

Collected volumes (contributor)

Mathias Fermer, Putting Yar rgyab on the Map, in: Volker Caumanns and Marta Sernesi (eds.), Fifteenth Century Tibet: Cultural Blossoming and Political Unrest, LIRI Seminar Proceedings Series 8 (Nepal: Lumbini International Research Institute 2017) 63–96; Access

Mathias Fermer, Among Teachers and Monastic Enclaves: An Inquiry into the Buddhist Learning of Medieval Tibet, in: Eirik Hovden, Christina Lutter and Walter Pohl (eds.), Meanings of Community across Medieval Eurasia (Leiden: Brill 2016) 417–450; DOI 10.1163/9789004315693_019.

Mathias Fermer, Yeshe Tendzin, a Twentieth-Century Painter from Gongkar, in: David Jackson, A Tibetan Artistic Genius and His Tradition: Khyentse Chenmo of Gongkar (New York: Rubin Museum of Art 2016) 284–301; Access.

Mathias Fermer, 'Mural Paintings of the Sakya Founding Masters with Two Hevajra Lineages', in: David P. Jackson (ed.), A Revolutionary Artist of Tibet: Khyentse Chenmo of Gongkar (New York, NY 2016), 105-199; https://issuu.com/rmanyc/docs/a_revolutionary_artist_96Access.

Mathias Fermer, 'Among Teachers and Monastic Enclaves: An Inquiry into the Buddhist Learning of Medieval Tibet', in: Eirik Hovden, Christina Lutter and Walter Pohl (eds.), Meanings of Community across Medieval Eurasia: Comparative Approaches (Brill's Series on the Early Middle Ages 25, Leiden 2016), 417-450.

Web Projects

Mathias Fermer (with Benjamin Grössing, Technical University of Vienna), Sakya Research Centre (SRC) / ས་སྐྱ་ཞིབ་འཇུག་ཁང་།. Web-application for historical and literary research; (public launch: autumn 2018) Access.

Mathias Fermer, Dzongpa Literature Project (DLP) / རྫོང་པ་རིག་མཛོད།. Online catalog of Dzongpa literature, in co-operation with Gongkar Choede Monastery, Dehradun (India); closed beta-phase.

Papers, Presentations, Workshops

Mathias Fermer, 'Text markup für historisch-narrative Texte aus Tibet', paper presented at the workshop Fragen der Interoperabilität digitaler altindischer Texte (Vienna, 16.11.2015).

Mathias Fermer, 'Promoting Religion and Virtue: Notes on religious Patronage of the Yar rgyab family in 15th-century Lhoka', paper presented at a conference held at the Lumbini International Research Institute (LIRI) (Lumbini, Nepal; 12.03.2015)

Mathias Fermer, 'E-texts: Digitizing, Tagging and Beyond: Notes on Content-Based Text Markup and its Potential with Regard to Tibetan Historical Research', paper presented at 17. Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (IABS) (Vienna, 23.08.2014)

Mathias Fermer, 'Between Teacher and Community: On Religious Training in the Monastic Milieu of Medieval Tibet', paper presented at VISCOM Mid-Term Conference: Meanings of Community across Medieval Eurasia (Vienna, 29.11.2013)

Mathias Fermer, 'Über die Erkundung von Toponymen in hagiographischer Literatur des mittelalterlichen Tibets', paper presented at Digital Middle Ages, Interdisziplinärer Arbeitskreis Mittelalter [http://www.imafonet.at/dma/] (Vienna, 04.11.2013)

Mathias Fermer, 'The various Sakyapas of Lhoka: Preliminary notes on the establishment of Sa skya monastic communities in the southern part of dBus province during the Phagmogru pa hegemony', paper presented at IATS conference (Ulanbatar, 24.07.2013)

Mathias Fermer, 'The Enlightened Activities of Buddhist Masters: The Religious Establishment(s) of the Sakya School in Southern Central Tibet', paper presented at International Medieval Congress, Session Visions of Community, VII: Enclaves of Learning - Religion, Ideologies, and Practices in Europe, Arabia, and Tibet (Leeds, 02.07.2013)

Mathias Fermer, 'Hagiographie in Tibet: Monastische Gemeinschaften im Schatten buddhistischer Meister', paper presented as part of the VISCOM Ringvorlesung on Visionsof Community - Gemeinschaftsvorstellungen und soziale Kohärenz im mittelalterlichen Europa, Südarabien und Tibet im Vergleich (Vienna, 24.04.2013)

GUNTRAM HAZOD

Monographs

Guntram Hazod, The graves of the chief ministers of the Tibetan empire: Mapping Chapter Two of the Old Tibetan Chronicle in the light of the evidence of the Tibetan tumulus tradition, Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines (forthcoming, December 2018).

Collected Volumes (editor)

Guntram Hazod (co-edited with Shen Weirong), Tibetan Genealogies. Studies in Honour of Tsering Gyalpo (1961-2015) (Beijing: China Tibetology Press forthcoming, in press).

Guntram Hazod (co-edited with Olaf Czaja), The Illuminating Mirror: Festschrift for Per K. Sørensen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag 2015); an open access of this volume is planned by the Reichert Verlag.

Collected Volumes (Contributor)

Guntram Hazod, Territory, kinship and grave: On the identification of the elite tombs in the burial mound landscape of imperial Central Tibet, in: Guntram Hazod and Shen Weirong (eds.), Tibetan Genealogies. Studies in Honour of Tsering Gyalpo (1961-2015) (Beijing: China Tibetology Press, forthcoming, in press).

Guntram Hazod, The "small law" (khrims bu chung) and its author in eights-century Tibet: A re-consideration of the story of Ma zhang Grom pa skyes, in: Vincent Eltschinger, Marta Sernesi and Vincent Tournier (eds.), Mélanges Cristina Scherrer-Schaub. Festschrift for Cristina Scherrer-Schaub (forthcoming).

Guntram Hazod, The lions of ’Chad kha: A note on new findings of stone monuments in Central Tibet from the Tibetan imperial period, in: Olaf Czaja and Guntram Hazod (eds.), The Illuminating Mirror: Festschrift for Per K. Sørensen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag 2015) 189–204; Access.

Guntram Hazod, From the ‘Good Tradition’ to Religion: On some basic aspects of religious conversion in early medieval Tibet and the comparative Central Eurasian context, in: Andre Gingrich and Christina Lutter (eds.), Visions of Community: Comparative Approaches to Medieval Forms of Identity in Europe and Asia, History and Anthropology 26 (Thematic Journal Issue 2014) 36–54; DOI 10.1080/02757206.2014.933107.

Guntram Hazod, The stele in the centre of the Lhasa Mandala: About the position of the 9th-century Sino-Tibetan treaty pillar of Lhasa in its historical-geographical and narrative context, in: Kurt Tropper (ed.), Epigraphic Evidence in the Premodern Buddhist World (Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien 2014) 37–81; Access.

Guntram Hazod, 'The Plundering of the Tibetan Royal Tombs: An Analysis of the Event in the Context of the Uprisings in Central Tibet of the 9th/ 10th Century', in: Christopher Cüppers and Robert Mayer (eds.), Tibet after the Empire: The Fragmentation and Reconstruction of Society and Religion in Post-imperial Tibet, (LIRI, Lumbini 2013), 1-31.

Guntram Hazod, The plundering of the Tibetan royal tombs: An analysis of the event in the context of the uprisings in Central Tibet of the 9th/ 10th century, in: Christopher Cüppers and Robert Mayer (eds.), Tibet after the Empire: The Fragmentation and Reconstruction of Society and Religion in Post-imperial Tibet, LIRI Seminar Proceedings Series 4 (Nepal: Lumbini International Research Institute 2013) 85–115; Access.

Guntram Hazod, Tribal Mobility and Religious Fixation: Remarks on territorial transformation, social integration and identity in imperial and early post-imperial Tibet, in: Walter Pohl, Clemens Gantner and Richard Payne (eds.), Visions of Community in the Post-Roman World: The West, Byzantium and the Islamic World, 300-1100 (Farnham: Ashgate 2012) 43–57; Access.

Papers, Presentations, Workshops

Guntram Hazod, 'After the Empire: The age of monastic hegemony in Tibet', paper presented at Methods of Comparison in the Historical and Social Sciences: First VISCOM Conference (Vienna, 26.01.2012).

Guntram Hazod, 'Between Empire and Phyi dar: The Fragmentation and Reconstruction of Society and Religion in Post-imperial Tibet', paper presented at a Conference held at the Lumbini International Research Institute (LIRI) (Lumbini, Nepal; 1-4 March 2011).

Reviews

Guntram Hazod, Review: Matthew Akester: Jamyang Khyentsé Wangpo’s Guide to Central Tibet, Serindia Publications, Chicago, 2016, in: Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines (April 2018) 221–228; Access.

GERGERLY HIDAS

Gergely Hidas, Further Mahāpratisarā Fragments from Gilgit, in: Nina Mirnig, Marion Rastelli and Vincent Eltschinger (eds.), Tantric Communities in Context (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press forthcoming, under review).

HAORAN HOU

Collected volumes (editor)

Hou Haoran (co-edited with Shen Weirong), Text and History: The Making of Tibetan Buddhist Historical Narratives and the Construction of Sino-Tibetan Buddhist Studies [文本与历史: 藏传佛教历史叙事的形成和汉藏佛学研究的建构 Wenben Yu Lishi: Zangchuan Fojiao Lishi Xushi De Xingcheng He Hanzang Foxue Yanjiu De Jiangou] (Beijing: China Tibetology Press 2016)..

Collected volumes (contributor)

Hou Haoran (co-authored with Per K. Sørensen), The Invention of the Reincarnation Lineage of “rGyal dbang ’Brug chen”, in: Siji Kumagai (ed.), Buddhist, Culture and Society in Bhutan (Kathmandu: Vajra Books 2018) 35–67.

Hou Haoran, The Formation of Tibetan Buddhist Texts and the Construction of Tibetan History Narratives: A Critical Review of Recent Scholarship of Western Academia on the “Dark Age of Tibetan History” [藏传佛教文本的形成和历史叙事传统的创造Zangchuan Fojiao Wenben De Xingcheng Jiqi Lishi Xushi Chuantong De Chunagzao], in Shen Weirong and Hou Haoran (eds.), Text and History: The Making of Tibetan Buddhist Historical Narratives and the Construction of Sino-Tibetan Buddhist (Beijing: China Tibetology Press 2016), chapter 2, 84–186; Access.

Hou Haoran, Some Remarks on the Ascetic Practice of the ‘Single Mat’ in the ’Bri gung bKa’ brgyud pa Tradition, in: Olaf Czaja and Guntram Hazod (eds.), The Illuminating Mirror: Festschrift for Per K. Sørensen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag 2015) 205–218; Access.

Papers, Presentations, Workshops

Hou Haoran, Notes on the Translation and Transmission of the Saṃpuṭa and Cakrasaṃvara Tantras in the Xixia Period (1038-1227), in: Yael Bentor and Meir Shahar (eds.), Chinese and Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism (Leiden: Brill 2017) 355–376; DOI 10.1163/9789004340503_016; Access.

Haoran Hou, 'Gya-gar Paṇḍita and Mi-nyag King: Indian-Tangut relations between the 11th and 13th centuries, Tantric Communities in Context: Sacred Secrets and Public Rituals', paper presented at Tantric Communities in Context: Sacred Secrets and Public Rituals (Vienna, 05.02.2015)

PASCALE HUGON

Pascale Hugon, Enclaves of Learning, Religious and Intellectual Communities in Tibet: The Monastery of gSang phu Neʼu thog in the Early Centuries of the Later Diffusion of Buddhism, in: Eirik Hovden, Christina Lutter and Walter Pohl (eds.), Meanings of Community across Medieval Eurasia (Leiden: Brill 2016) 289–308; DOI 10.1163/9789004315693_014.

CSABA KISS

Csaba Kiss, The Bhasmāṅkura in Śaiva texts, in: Nina Mirnig, Marion Rastelli and Vincent Eltschinger (eds.), Tantric Communities in Context (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press forthcoming).

REINIER LANGELAAR

Collected volumes (contributor)

Reinier Langelaar, Giorgia Vocino, and Veronika Wieser, Writing Strategies, in: Diarmuid Ó Riain, Daniel Mahoney and Giorgia Vocino (eds.), Medieval Biographical Collections: Perspectives from Buddhist, Christian and Islamic Worlds (Leiden: Brill forthcoming).

Reinier Langelaar, 'Tibetan Ancestral Tales. Group History and Territoriality in A-mdo Origin Narratives (Qinghai, China).' (forthcoming).

Reinier Langelaar, The Singular Volume of the Rlangs (Rlangs-kyi-po-ti-bse-ru). The Ancestral Records of a Central Tibetan Ruling House (c. 1400), in: Diarmuid Ó Riain, Daniel Mahoney and Giorgia Vocino (eds.), Medieval Biographical Collections: Perspectives from Buddhist, Christian and Islamic Worlds (Leiden: Brill forthcoming).

Reinier Langelaar, Descent and Houses in Reb gong (Reb-gong). Group Formation and Rules of Recruitment Among Eastern Tibetan Tsho-ba, in: Jarmila Ptáčková and Adrian Zenz (eds.), Mapping Amdo: Dynamics of Change, Archiv Orientální, Supplementa X (Prague: Oriental Institute 2017) 155–183; Access.

Reinier Langelaar, Chasing the Colours of the Rainbow. Tibetan Ethnogenealogies in Flux, in: Walter Pohl, Daniel Mahoney (eds.), Narratives of Ethnic Origins. Eurasian Perspectives, Special issue, Medieval History Journal 21/2 (2018).

Journal Articles

Reinier Langelaar, 'Chasing the Colours of the Rainbow. Tibetan Ethnogenealogies in Flux', in: The Medieval History Journal (forthcoming).

Reinier Langelaar, 'Descent and Houses in Reb gong (Reb-gong): Group Formation and Rules of Recruitment Among Eastern Tibetan Tsho-ba', in: Jarmila Ptáčková and Adrian Zenz (eds.), Mapping Amdo: Dynamics of Change. Archiv Orientální, Supplementa X (Prague: Oriental Institute 2017), 155-83.

Papers, Presentations, Workshops

Reinier Langelaar, 'Chasing the Colors of the Rainbow: Ethno-Genetic Theories on the Origins of the Tibetans', paper presented at the VISCOM Tribes & Ethnicity Workshop "Narratives of Ethnic and Tribal Origins in Eurasian Comparison" (Vienna, 18.9.2017).

Reinier Langelaar, 'Chasing the Colors of the Rainbow: Ethno-Genetic Theories on the Origins of the Tibetans', paper presented at the VISCOM Tribes & Ethnicity Workshop "Ethnic and Tribal Origins: Narratives and Genealogies" (Vienna, 20.1.2017).

Reinier Langelaar, 'Modernity and the Future of Village-Level Support Networks in the North-Eastern Tibetan Borderlands', paper presented at the workshop "Himalayan Borderlands in Transition" (Vienna, 18.1.2017).

Reinier Langelaar, 'Descent and houses in Reb-gong: Group formation and rules of recruitment among Eastern Tibetan tsho-ba', paper presented at the 14th International Association for Tibetan Studies Seminar (Bergen, 20.6.2016).

Reinier Langelaar, 'Origin Narratives of Reb-gong's Tsho-ba', paper presented at the first international conference of the Amdo Research Network (Berlin, 13.-15.12.2014).

NINA MIRNIG

Monographs

Nina Mirnig, Liberating the Liberated: Tantric Death Rites in Early Śaivism. (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press forthcoming).

Nina Mirnig (co-author), Exploring ancient Pashupati: the results of preliminary surveys and excavations at Bhandarkhal 2014–2016, in: R.A.E. Coningham, K.P. Acharya, C.E. Davis, M.J. Manuel, R.B. Kunwar, D. Hale, J. Tremblay, D. Gautam and N. Mirnig, Ancient Nepal 191-192 (2016) 93–112; Access .

Collected Volumes (editor)

Vincent Eltschinger, Nina Mirnig and Marion Rastelli (eds.), Tantric Communities, VISCOM Conference   Proceedings (forthcoming 2016).

Collected Volumes (contributor)

Nina Mirnig (with Florinda de Simini), Umā and Śiva's Playful Talks in Detail (Lalitavistara): On the Production of Śaiva Works and their Manuscripts in Medieval Nepal, in: Vincenzo Vergiani, Daniele Cuneo and Camillo Alessio Formigatti (eds.), Indic Manuscript Cultures through the Ages. Material, Textual, and Historical Investigations. Studies in Manuscript Cultures 14 (Berlin: De Gruyter 2017) 587–653; DOI 10.1515/9783110543100-019.

Nina Mirnig, Hungry Ghost or Divine Soul? Post-Mortem Initiation in Medieval Śaiva Tantric Death Rites, in: Peter Berger and Justin Kroesen (eds.), Ultimate Ambiguities. Investigating Death and Liminality. (New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books 2015) 187–205.

Nina Mirnig, Marion Rastelli and Vincent Eltschinger (eds.), Tantric Communities in Context, Proceedings of the International Conference Sacred Secrets and Public Rituals held in Vienna, February 5-7, 2016 (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press forthcoming).

Nina Mirnig, The ‘Divine’ Worshipper in the Śivadharmaśāstra: Conceptualising the Śaiva Lay Devotee (śivabhakta) in the Construction of a Śaiva Social Order, in Nina Mirnig, Marion Rastelli and Vincent Eltschinger (eds.), Tantric Communities in Context (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press forthcoming). 

Journals Articels

Nina Mirnig, Early Strata of Śaivism in the Kathmandu Valley: Śivaliṅga Pedestal Inscriptions from 466–645 CE, in: Indo-Iranian Journal 59/4 (2016) 309–362; DOI: 10.1163/15728536-05904001.

MARION RASTELLI

Collected volumes (contributor)

Marion Rastelli, On the “Reappearance” of the Ekāyanaveda in South India, in: Elisa Freschi and Marcus Schmücker (eds.), One God, One Śāstra: Philosophical developments towards and within Viśiṣṭādvaita Vedānta between Nāthamuni and Veṅkaṭanātha (Berlin: De Gruyter forthcoming).

Marion Rastelli, Yoga in the Daily Routine of the Pāñcarātrins, in: Karl Baier, Philipp A. Maas and Karin C. Preisendanz (eds.), Yoga in Transformation: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on a Global Phenomenon (Göttingen: V&R unipress forthcoming) 213–245.

Marion Rastelli, nāḍīs, prāṇas, and prāṇāyāma: A Yogic Text Crossing the Boundaries of Tradition, in: Pierre-Sylvain Filliozat and Dominic Goodall (eds.), Mélanges à la mémoire de N. Ramachandra Bhatt (forthcoming).

Marion Rastelli, Narratives as a Medium for Appealing to the Royal Court. A Look into the Ahirbudhnyasaṃhitā, in: Nina Mirnig, Marion Rastelli and Vincent Eltschinger (eds.), Tantric Communities in Context (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press forthcoming).

Marion Rastelli, Sandhyā worship in the 14th century Pāñcarātra: Theory and Practice?, in: Marzenna Czerniak-Drożdżowicz and Ewa Dębicka-Borek (eds.), Cracow Indological Studies 16: Tantric Traditions in Theory and Practice (Kraków: Ksiegarnia Akademicka 2014) 235–287.

Journal Articels

Marion Rastelli, Mahālakṣmī: Integrating a Goddess into the Ahirbudhnyasaṃhitā, in: Indo-Iranian Journal 58 (2015), 325–356.

KURT TROPPER

Monographs

Kurt Tropper, The Inscription in the ’Du khang of Dgung ’phur Monastery, Spu rang (Mnga’ ris) (Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press 2016); Access.

Last Update: 08.11.18