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Książka zawiera tekst tybetański oraz przekład na język angielski dwóch fundamentalnych traktatów kodyfikujących zasady gramatyki tybetańskiej autorstwa Thon mi Sambhoty oraz prezentacje wybranych zagadnień gramatycznych. Autor podejmuje dyskusję... czytaj więcej

System of Classical Tibetan Grammar – PDF

Thupten Kunga Chashab
Place and year of publication: Warszawa 2008
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Edition:
1
Place and year of publication:
Warszawa 2008
Publication language:
angielski
ISBN/ISSN:
978-83-235-2834-0
EAN:
9788323528340
Number of page:
294
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.31338/uw.9788323528340
Size of the file:
1,17 MB
Publication type:
Praca naukowa
Książka zawiera tekst tybetański oraz przekład na język angielski dwóch fundamentalnych traktatów kodyfikujących zasady gramatyki tybetańskiej autorstwa Thon mi Sambhoty oraz prezentacje wybranych zagadnień gramatycznych. Autor podejmuje dyskusję z autorami komentarzy tybetańskich, a także z opiniami uczonych Zachodu. Jest to nowatorska i oryginalna praca w skali światowej.

Dr Thupten Kunga Chashab – is a Tibetan born in 1963 in Sollu Khumbu (Nepal). His parents escaped from Tibet after Chinese invasion in 1959 and settled in the Tibetan refugee camp, Sho rong bde legs gling in Chialsa in Sollu (Sallery, Nepal). Thupten Chashab attended a Tibetan refugee school in the camp and later completed School Living Certificate (SLC) at the Jana Jagriti secondary school in Sallery (Nepal). After completing secondary education he joined a monastery and obtained a monastic education. He was admitted to the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics in Dharamsala (India) in 1982 where he completed studies on Buddhist philosophy (B.A. and M.A.) as well as learn on Tibetan history, grammar and poetry.
In 1994 he was invited to teach Tibetan at the Faculty of Oriental Studies of the University of Warsaw. He joined the Tibetan Studies program at the University of Oslo in 1999-2001 where he completed M. Phil degree in 2001. In 2003 he obtained his PhD degree from the University of Warsaw, where he currently works as an associate professor at the Faculty of Oriental Studies. He has published several books and articles, and attended different conferences including International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS) conference organizes every three years. His publications include studies on Si tu Panchen’s Tibetan grammar and Catalogue of Tibetan Pander collection at the Jagiellonian Library which he co-authored.

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