[Bibliotheca Buddhica XXV:] Indices verborum Sanscrit-Tibetan and Tibetan-Indices Verborum Sanscrit-Tibetan and Tibetan-Sanscrit to the Nyāyabindu of Dharmakīrti and the Nyāyabinduṭikā of Dharmottara / Compiled by E. Obermiller with a preface by Th. Stcherbatsky; from the edition of the Sanscrit and Tibetan texts by Th. Stcherbatsky. II. Tibetan-Sanskrit Index. Leningrad, USSR Academy of Sciences, 1928. 145 p.
This Index of words Tibetan-Sanskrit has been compiled according to the system, previously adopted by me in the Sanskrit-Tibetan Index. All the tenses and derivatives of verbs are, with their Sanskrit equivalents, placed under the corresponding crude forms, and their order is as follows: The tenses and derivatives from the crude form (stem) of the 1. present, 2. past, 3. future.
When a Tibetan verbal stem has several Sanscrit equivalents, the latter are marked by Arabic figures and placed in the (Sanskrit) alphabetical order.
A list of additional notes and corrections to the Sanskrit-Tibetan Index is appended at the end of this part.
On Juy 6, 2020, at the meeting of the Academic Council of the IOM RAS, A.V. Zorin and L.I. Kryakina will submit the lecture On an Unique 18th Century Kalmyk Scroll in Tibetan: Some Issues of Textology and Conservation.