Lokesh Chandra

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Country : Inde
Language : sanskrit
Gender : masculin
Note :
Écrit aussi en anglais
Orientaliste. - Spécialiste de sanskrit, pali, tibétain, chinois et japonais ; du bouddhisme et des arts de l'Inde. - Membre du Parlement indien (1974-1986). - Secrétaire, International academy of Indian culture, New Delhi (en 1985). - Directeur, International academy of Indian culture, New Delhi (en 2006). - Fils du professeur Raghu Vira
Variants of the name : Lokeśacandra (sanskrit)
लॊकॆशचन्द्र (sanskrit)
Lokesh Chandra (sanskrit)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0003 6949 8831

Activities of Lokesh Chandra (226)

Auteur du texte (91)

Le bouddhisme ou La voie des valeurs
India and China
Buddhism across the grasslands of Chinggis Khan
Buddhist paintings of Tun-Huang in the National Museum, New Delhi
Tibetan art
Sanskrit-tibetan dictionary
The tibetan iconography of Buddhas, Bodhisattvas and other deities
Mudras in Japan
Dictionary of buddhist iconography
Cultural horizons of India
Cultural horizons of India Volume 6
Cultural horizons of India
Iconography of the thousand Buddhas
Transcendental art of Tibet
Cultural horizons of India Volume 4
Tibetan maṇḍalas : Vajrävalï and Tantra-samuccaya
Buddhist iconography
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary Volume 7
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary Volume 6
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary [Vol. 2]
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary [Vol. 3]
Urga Kanjur
Cultural horizons of India Volume 3
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary Volume 5
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary [Vol. 4]
Cultural horizons of India Volume 2
Urga Kanjur
Urga Kanjur
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary, supplementary volume
Urga Kanjur
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary [Vol. 1]
Buddhist iconography
In memoriam Sharada Rani
Urga Kanjur
Cultural horizons of India
Cultural horizons of India Volume 1
French research on the inter-relations between India and Central Asia
The Thousand-armed Avalokitesvara
Buddhist iconography
A IXth century scroll of the Vajradhātu maṇḍala
Vedic texts
Buddhist iconography in Nepalese sketch-books
Vaipulya Sūtras and the Tantras
Sanskrit texts from Kashmir
Four Tibetan-Mongolian lexicons
Was the Manchu Canon a Kanjur or a Tripiṭaka ?
Sanskrit texts from Kashmir
Vibrations of Ahimsa in China
The Role of the Tantras in the defense strategy of T'ang China
Oḍḍiyāna : a new interpretation
Vaiśravaṇa/Kuvera in the Sino-Japanese tradition
Sanskrit studies in classical Indonesia
Mudras in Japan
Sanskrit texts from the Imperial palace at Peking...
Sudhana's way to enlightenment
Hymn to twenty-one Tārās
Stone inscription of Kūluta from Mathura
Buddha in Chinese woodcuts
Sarasvatī in Japanese art
The Mongolian Meghadūta
Gaṇeśa in Japan
Lokesh Chandra
Gilgit Buddhist manuscripts
Collected works of Bu-ston. 14. PHA [-15. BA.]
Autobiography and diaries of Si-tu paṇ-chen
Gilgit Buddhist Manuscripts
Gilgit Buddhist manuscripts
Sanskrit texts from the Imperial palace at Peking...
Sanskrit texts from the Imperial palace at Peking in the Manchurian, Chinese, Mongolian and Tibetan scripts
Sanskrit Bījas and Mantras in Japan
Catalogue of the Bon-po Kanjur and Tanjur
The Biography of Mitra-Yogin
The Amarakoṣa in Tibet, being a new Tibetan version by the great grammarian Si-tu
Contents of two classical hippological treatises
Materials for a history of Tibetan literature
Tibetan works printed by the Shoparkhang of the Potala
Materials for a history of Tibetan literature
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary
Les Imprimeries tibétaines de Drepung, Derge et Pepung
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary
The Rin-lhan and Rin-hbyun, to the memory of professor F. D. Lessing
A new Tibeto-Mongol Pantheon
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary
Gilgit buddhist manuscripts
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary
Gilgit Buddhist manuscripts
Studies in the Jaiminīya Brāhmaṇa (Book I)
Bhāluśālika or Bhāṇḍaśālika ?
Tibetan-Sanskrit dictionary

Préfacier (3)

History of Mantrayana in Japan
Sino-Tibetan studies : selected papers on the art, folklore, history, linguistics and prehistory of sciences in China and Tibet
Chinese studies on tibetan culture

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Niṣpanna-Yogāvalī

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