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Adarsha on iTunes

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The Karmapa announced this project in 2014 and although it is still in development, this app is already up and running well on the iPad for searching the Jiang Kangyur in Tibetan script. It looks like they will be adding the Tengyur and other sources soon. A website for easy access on any computer is also in development and can be found at adarsha.dharma-treasure.org.

 

From the description on their website:

Congratulations to His Holiness the 17th Karmapa and all those at the Dharma Treasure Association working on this project!

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A friend of mine, Charles Manson of Harvard and Oxford University, is creating a list of all works attributed to each of the Karmapas. At the moment he has done little more than collect what is available via TBRC, but he plans to create a website with information as he gathers more. His studies are focused on Karma Pakshi’s life and philosophy, references for སྐུ་གསུམ་ངོ་སྤྲོད་ (about which Mikyo Dorje wrote 4 volumes) and the beginning of the Mahakala Bernagchen tradition in the Kagyu lineage. if you are interested in any of his projects, or want to add to his list of works by the Karmapa’s, you can email him at : charles.manson@orinst.ox.ac.uk

~Marcus

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