Agents and Actions in Classical Tibetan by Ernst Steinkellner

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According to Tshe ten z"abs drun, dByans can dga' ba'i bio gros, a Tibetan born in "Zan khron la kya", composed his work on bdag gtan bya byed las gsum in the first part of the fourteenth cycle (rab byun bcu bii ba'i stod tsam la brtsams), in other words sometime during the first two decades of the 19th century. e. 1700). DAS' dates, therefore, must be wrong. INTRODUCTION 15 he wrote most of his works between 1809-1830. "30 As his title "A kya Yons 'dzin" shows, he was the tutor of an A kya incarnation in sKu 'bum monastery in Qinghai, and indeed in Mongolia, where he is a well-known writer, he seems to be generally known by this name, although in his works he frequently referred to himself as Bio bzan don grub, Suddhi arthasiddhi, Don yod rdo rje and dByans can dga' ba'i bio gros.

There are other short grammatical works of Sa pan, such as the sGra la 'jug pa (pp. 111-116); see also the grammatical 56 Pp. 578-580 in LOKESH CHANDRA (1963 / reprint. 1981). 57 Pp. 60-65. F. TDULEMANS discussions occurring here and there in the first chapter (rtsom pa "composition") of the mKhas pa la 'jugpa'i sgo (pp. 81-111). 2. ]. A khu rin po ehe gives two entries: *12911 and *12912. Note that Tshe ten labs druh has "4th cycle; 12th C", which must be an error. The fourth cycle (rab byun bii pà) goes from 1207 to 1266.

It is worthwhile to note that contemporary Tibetan-Tibetan dictionaries, such as the Dag yig gsar bsgrigs, do systematically use the traditional schemata of byed 'brel las tshig and byed med las tshig in classifying verbs. The Bod rgya tshig mdzod chen po uses the equivalent pair of (traditional) terms, bya tshig tha dad pa and tha mi dad pa. 54 sKal bzan 'gyur med, pp. 364-377. F. "55 In the case of an "other-dependent" verb the first clause of the definition is the same, however, the action is not directed by the agent's own will, but rather through some other causes and conditions.

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