Tok Palace Kangyur

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The Tok Palace Kangyur (Tib. སྟོག་ཕོ་བྲང་བཀའ་འགྱུར་, tok podrang ka gyur, Wyl. stog pho brang bka' 'gyur) is a kangyur created in the early eighteenth century in Leh, Ladakh, from a Bhutanese manuscript, which, in turn, derives from the Tempangma. It consists of 109 volumes.

Further Reading

  • Tadeusz Skorupski, A Catalogue of the Stog Palace Kanjur, Bibliographica Philologica Buddhica, Series Maior 4, Tokyo: The International Institute for Buddhist Studies, 1985