Muzraeva D.N. “The Tale Of The Moon Cuckoo” By Stag-phu-ba Blo-bzang bstan-pa’i rgyal-mtshan and Its Spread in Central Asia // Tibetan Studies. Proceedings of the 6th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies FAGERNES 1992. Vol. 2. Ed. by P.Kvaerne. The Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture, Oslo, 1994. P. 580—585.
“The Tale of the Moon Cuckoo” (mGrin sngon zla ba’i rtogs brjod) written in 1737, is a story about an Indian prince who was robbed of his human body and lived in a bird’s body until his death preaching the Teaching of Buddha to people and animals. It did not become popular in Tibet. But soon after it was translated into Mongolian in 1770, it became extremely popular among the Mongols as a book and as a play-performance...
4 марта (среда) 2020 г. в 15:00 в каб. 146 состоится заседание СМУ ИВР РАН, на котором выступит м. н. с. ИВР РАН О. А. Бонч-Осмоловская с докладом на тему
«К вопросу о периодизации истории конфуцианской экзегетической мысли».