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'''lany+dza''' (ལཉྫ)- SA ''lañja'' (लञ्ज) - "tail or foot" <ref> Monier-Williams, Monier; (1889);  ''Sanskrit-English Dictionary'' ([http://www.ibiblio.org/sripedia/ebooks/mw/0900/mw__0928.html  p. 928]) </ref>. Name of an script,("tailed script") which first appeared at the time of the Pala dynasty, used for writing Sanskrit Buddhist texts, mantra and dhāraṇī. The name used in Tibet for the Rañjanā script. (CJF)
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'''lany+dza''' (ལཉྫ)- SA ''lañja'' (लञ्ज) - "tail or foot" <ref> Monier-Williams, Monier; (1889);  ''Sanskrit-English Dictionary'' ([http://www.ibiblio.org/sripedia/ebooks/mw/0900/mw__0928.html  p. 928]) </ref>. Name of an Indic script,("tailed script") which first appeared at the time of the Pala dynasty, used for writing Sanskrit Buddhist texts, mantra and dhāraṇī. The name used in Tibet for the Rañjanā script. (CJF)
  
 
Note: often misspelled as ''lany+tsha'' (ལཉྪ)  
 
Note: often misspelled as ''lany+tsha'' (ལཉྪ)  
  
 
  [[Category:Tibetan Dictionary]]  [[Category:la]]
 
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Latest revision as of 20:10, 13 May 2017

lany+dza (ལཉྫ)- SA lañja (लञ्ज) - "tail or foot" [1]. Name of an Indic script,("tailed script") which first appeared at the time of the Pala dynasty, used for writing Sanskrit Buddhist texts, mantra and dhāraṇī. The name used in Tibet for the Rañjanā script. (CJF)

Note: often misspelled as lany+tsha (ལཉྪ)
  1. Monier-Williams, Monier; (1889); Sanskrit-English Dictionary (p. 928)