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Tibetan-English Dictionary, Dharma Glossaries, and Resources
This lexicon is currently being updated and we hope it can develop into a Dharma Dictionary. Currently it contains free resources for the "circle of lotsawas" involved in the translation of Buddhist texts and teachings from Tibetan into Western languages. Currently this Dharma Dictionary has 182,499 entries.
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Use the search box above to search for any tibetan term in Wylie transliteration. (examples: sems, rig pa, snying rje).
We welcome contributors and editors! If you would like to be a simple contributor or have a detailed editing project in mind, please contact research at tsadra dot org.
- Rangjung Yeshe Tibetan Lexicon
- Lotsawa Workbench Terms
- Resources for Translators, Scholars & Practitioners
- Buddhist Masters, Lineages & Teachings
- Present day Tibetan Buddhist Teachers
- The Rangjung Yeshe Gilded Palace of Dharmic Activity
- Literature - Data on important Tibetan Buddhist literary works and collections
- Translators & Translations - Present day lotsawas, translation groups and their work
- Resources for the study and translation of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Literature
- Study Programs related to Buddhist study and practice
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Note to Editors and Contributors
- As of May 2021 this website is getting a complete update and overhaul and we will welcome editors and contributors as soon as it is ready. MarcusPerman (talk) 20:50, 26 May 2021 (UTC)
- See a complete list of online resources here: In Development Resources for Translators, Scholars & Practitioners
- Erik Pema Kunsang's Original Invitation Letter
- Erik Pema Kunsang's Original Welcome to first time users of DharmaDictionary
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