Gandharan Buddhist Texts

Edited by Richard Salomon, Professor of Asian Languages and Literature, University of Washington.

The Gandharan Buddhist Text series presents text editions and studies of the birch bark scrolls in the British Library's Kharosthi manuscript collection, dating from about the first century A.D. These texts are being published under the auspices of the British Library / University of Washington Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project. The series will also include studies of related textual materials from other collections. For more information go to the Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project website.

Ancient Buddhist Scrolls from Gandhara: The British Library Kharosthi Fragments

by Richard Salomon

A Gandhari Version of the Rhinocerous Sutra: British Library Kharosthi Fragment

by Richard Salomon with Andrew Glass

Three Gandhari Ekottarikagama-Type Sutras: British Library Fragments 12 and 14

by Mark Allon with Andrew Glass

A New Version of the Gandhari Dharmapada and a Collection of Previous-Birth Stories:British Library Kharosthi Fragments 16 and 25

by Timothy Lenz with Andrew Glass and Bhikshu Dharmamitra

Four Gandhari Samyuktagama Sutras: Senior Kharosthi Fragment 5

by Andrew Glass with a contribution by Mark Allon

Two Gandhari Manuscripts of the "Songs of Lake Anavatapta" (Anavatapta-gatha): British Library Kharosthi Fragment 1 and Senior Scroll 14

by Richard Salomon with contributions by Andrew Glass

Gandharan Avadanas: British Library Kharosthi Fragments 1-3 and 21 and Supplementary Fragments A-C

by Timothy Lenz

Gandharan Studies
Edited by Richard Salomon, Professor of Asian Languages and Literature, University of Washington. Gandharan Studies is auxiliary to the Gandharan Buddhist Texts series. It will include scholarly works on the history and culture of Gandhara and adjoining regions of the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent, Afghanistan, the Iranian world, and Central Asia.

Gandharan Buddhist Reliquaries

by David Jongeward, Elizabeth Errington, Richard Salomon, and Stefan Baums