Weapon-like Introduction to Speech

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Weapon-like Introduction to Speech (Tib. སྨྲ་སྒོ་མཚོན་ཆ་, ma go tsöncha, Wyl. smra sgo mtshon cha) - a text on grammar composed in Tibetan by the Indian master, Smritijñanakirti. It inspired a famous commentary composed by Rongzom Chökyi Zangpo and a topical outline from Sakya Pandita.

Further Reading

  • Verhagen, Pieter C. A History of Sanskrit Grammatical Literature in Tibet, Vol. 2, Assimilation into Indigenous Scholarship. Leiden: Brill, 2001, pp. 37-57