Jack Dawkins wrote:Hi, quick question - can anyone point me to an online version of the diamond sutra in Sanskrit or Tibetan characters (i.e. not transliterated)? I'm looking specifically for the part about the teaching being like a raft.
Transcribing Sanskrit into Romanized script does not make any change at all to the language.
Based on the edition by Paul Harrison and Shogo Watanabe in: Buddhist Manuscripts, vol. 3, ed. by Jens Braarvig, Oslo 2006 (Manuscripts in the Schøyen Collection), pp. 89-132. = Vaj
Cz = ed. Conze
G = ed. Schopen
P = ed. Pargiter
Vaj 6; folio 29v4-31v6 (Cz 30.15-32.5)
na khalu punaḥ subhūte dharmodgrahītavyo nādharmaḥ| tasmād idaṃ sandhāya tathāgatena bhāṣitaṃ kolopamaṃ dharmaparyāyam ājānadbhiḥ dharmāḥ eva prahātavyāḥ prāg evādharmāḥ|