4 edition of Eurasian mythology in the Tibetan epic of Ge-sar found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Siegbert Hummel ; translated by Guido Vogliotti.|
|LC Classifications||PL3748.G43 H86 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 117 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||99936274|
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Siegbert Hummel Eurasian Mythology in the Tibetan Epic of Ge-sar (Translated by Guido Vogliotti) Paperback – February, by Siegert Hummel (Author), Siegbert Hummel (Author)Author: Siegert Hummel, Siegbert Hummel. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
Eurasian Mythology in the Tibetan Epic of Ge-sar. Siegbert Hummel. Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Eurasian Mythology in the Tibetan Epic of Ge-sar Siegbert Hummel Snippet view. Eurasian mythology in the Tibetan epic of Ge-sar.
Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Siegbert Hummel; Guido Vogliotti. Robin Kornman is best known for his work as a Tibetan Buddhist scholar, as well as a founding member of the Nalanda Translation Committee.
Up until his death, he had spent many years working on an English translation of the Tibetan (living) epic Gesar of Lingit is his work on this translation that has gained him the most recognition.A longtime student of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, /5(1).
Hummel's Eurasian Mythology in the Tibetan Epic of Ge-sar (Dharamsala, India, ) suggests the existence of German and Greek mythological influence in a restricted number of the epics's episodes.
His views, although tentative and sometimes far-fetched, nevertheless present original mythical and literary openings to links between Central Asian and Tibetan cultures, and his lengthy bibliography includes many German-language.
Wiracarita Raja Gesar (/ ˈ ɡ ɛ z ər, ˈ ɡ ɛ s-/; Tibet: གེ་སར་རྒྱལ་པོ་; Wylie: ge sar rgyal po, "Raja Gesar"; bahasa Mongolia: Гэсэр Хаан, Geser Khagan, "Raja Geser", bahasa Rusia: Гесар-хан atau Кесар), juga dieja Geser (khususnya dalam konteks bahasa Mongolia) atau Kesar (/ ˈ k ɛ z ər, ˈ k ɛ s-/), adalah sebuha siklus wiracarita.
Buddhism. The mythology of Bön, Vajrayana Buddhism, the oldest remaining spiritual tradition of Tibet, also includes religious concepts such as the Rainbow body level of realization. In the French chant-fable Aucassin et Nicolette originally performed by an early thirteenth-century minstrel of northeastern France, two lovers are kept apart.
Yet even while enduring extreme hardships, their romantic bond cannot be broken, and they eventually reunite. And, in the eleventh-century Tibetan epic saga of Gesar, the mischievous and magical king of Ling and his wife, the beautiful. Alai was born in Sichuan Province of China, of Rgyalrong Tibetan well as critically acclaimed collections of poetry, short stories, and essays, he has written a number of novels, including Red Poppies: A Novel of Tibet, which was shortlisted for the Kiriyama Goldblatt and Sylvia Li-chun Lin are the award-winning translators of Red s: 4.
Mipham's edition of the Epic of Gesar, which Robin Kornman, a Tibetan Buddhist scholar and student of Chogyam Trungpa, saw as the cornerstone of Trungpa's Shambhala teachings, "was a hybrid of Buddhist and local idea.
He made sure it would be read this manner by writing a parallel set of Gesar chants that mix religions in the same way.". The Gesar/Geser epic cycle is a warrior epic known throughout the Tibetan and Mongolian-speaking regions of Asia and is still largely sustained through a shamanistically tinted oral tradition.
Ancient epics (to ) Before the 8th century BC. Epic of Gilgamesh (Mesopotamian mythology); Epic of Lugalbanda (including Lugalbanda in the Mountain Cave and Lugalbanda and the Anzud Bird, Mesopotamian mythology); Epic of Enmerkar (including Enmerkar and the Lord of Aratta and Enmerkar and En-suhgir-ana, Mesopotamian mythology); Atrahasis (Mesopotamian mythology).
The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation is a three act book which ties together everything learned from the other three books.
Essentially the start of the book develops a clearer understanding of the metaphysics associated with the first three books in the form of a general s: Viper TV Film Production. COPYRIGHT RESERVED.
Kingu, in Babylonian mythology, the consort of Tiamat. The creation epic Enuma elish tells how Tiamat, determined to destroy the other gods, created a. The Epic of Gesar of Ling: Gesar's Magical Birth, Early Years, and Coronation as King # in Hindu Mythology # in History of Central Asia I now feel partly Tibetan and would recommend the book very highly to those interested in the story at all s: 5.
Set partly in ancient Tibet, where evil spirits mingle with the lives of humans, and partly in the modern day, The Song of King Gesar tells of two lives inextricably entwined.
Gesar, the youngest and bravest of the gods, has been sent down to the human world to defeat /5(14). The Tibetan people (Tibetan: བོད་པ་, Wylie: bod pa, THL: bö pa; Chinese: 藏族) are an East Asian ethnic group native to current population is estimated to be around million.
In addition to living in Tibet Autonomous Region, significant numbers of Tibetans live in the Chinese provinces of Gansu, Qinghai, Sichuan, Yunnan as well as in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bhutan. Interest in Tibet and Tibetan culture has risen exponentially during recent decades. One tangible result has been a proliferation of publications, the majority of which center on Tibetan religion, or more specifically, Tibetan Buddhism.
As perhaps the most salient and visible feature of Tibetan. The swan maiden is a mythical creature who shapeshifts from human form to swan form.
The key to the transformation is usually a swan skin, or a garment with swan feathers attached. In folktales of this type, the male character spies the maiden, typically by some body of water (usually bathing), then snatches away the feather garment (or some other article of clothing), which prevents her from.
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Riders will frequently stand in the stirrups while riding. Tibetan mythology Upload media Epic of King Gesar (9 F) H Media in category "Mythology of Tibet" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total.
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Treasury of Good Sayings of Sa skya Pandita the Eminent Tibetan Lama, Development of Awareness and Conduct, pp. xviiEpic of King Gesar ; Carmen Campidoctoris, the first poem about El Cid Campeador (c. ) Borzu Nama, ascribed to 'Amid Abu'l 'Ala' 'Ata b. Yaqub Kateb Razi (Persian epic with a main character and a poetic style related to the "Shahnameh") Faramarz Nama (poesia epica farsi con un carater xef e un stilo poesial relatada con "Shahnameh").