sum cu pa

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1) The Trimsika-karika by Vasubandhu; 2) work byu by thon mi sam bho ta; 3) the 30 consonants [IW]

sum cu pa [a Tibetan grammar] [IW]

verse treatise on Tibetan grammar by thon mi Sambhota; "The Thirty Verses". The popular abbreviation of the "Root Grammar in Thirty Verses" lung ston pa rtsa ba sum cu pa. See that entry [RY]

containing thirty (as in 30 letters in tibetan alphabet), Trimsika text in 30 verses by Vasubandhu summarizing yogacara thought [JV]