Patna Dharmapada

Patna Dhammapada

Patna Dharmapada P-DhpPatna Dharmapada
P-Dhp

The Patna Dharmapada is based on a manuscript discovered in Tibet by Rāhula Saṅkṛtyāyana in 1934, written in proto-Bengali script, and dated around the twelfth century. It is in a distinct variety of Sanskritized Prākrit, and has been identified by Skilling and Mizuno as belonging to the Sāmmatīya school. The SuttaCentral text is based on the edition by Margaret Cone (1989), digitized by Ānandajoti.

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Jama Vagga

Jamavagga 1.1

Jamavagga 1.1 P-Dhp 1
Cone 1989

CONE, Margaret 1989. Patna Dharmapada. Journal of the Pali Text Society 13: 101–217.

Jamavagga 1.1
P-Dhp 1
Cone 1989

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Jamavagga 1.2

Jamavagga 1.2 P-Dhp 2
Cone 1989

CONE, Margaret 1989. Patna Dharmapada. Journal of the Pali Text Society 13: 101–217.

Jamavagga 1.2
P-Dhp 2
Cone 1989

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Jamavagga 1.3

Jamavagga 1.3 P-Dhp 3
Cone 1989

CONE, Margaret 1989. Patna Dharmapada. Journal of the Pali Text Society 13: 101–217.

Jamavagga 1.3
P-Dhp 3
Cone 1989

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Jamavagga 1.4

Jamavagga 1.4 P-Dhp 4
Cone 1989

CONE, Margaret 1989. Patna Dharmapada. Journal of the Pali Text Society 13: 101–217.

Jamavagga 1.4
P-Dhp 4
Cone 1989

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Jamavagga 1.5

Jamavagga 1.5 P-Dhp 5
Cone 1989

CONE, Margaret 1989. Patna Dharmapada. Journal of the Pali Text Society 13: 101–217.

Jamavagga 1.5
P-Dhp 5
Cone 1989

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