Tuesday, January 18, 2011

List Of Abbreviations

P.T.S. means published by the Pāli Text Society.
SHB. means published in the Simon Hewavitarne Bequest Series (Colombo).
A=Anguttara Nikaya, 5 vols. (P.T.S.).
AA.=Manorathapūranī, Anguttara Commentary, 2 vols. (S.H.B.).
AbhS.=Abhidhammatthasangaha (P.T.S. Journal, 1884).
Anāgat.=Anāgatavamsa (P.T.S. Journal, 1886).
Ap.=Apadāna, 2 vols. (P.T.S.).
ApA.=Apadāna Commentary (S.H.B.).
AvS.=Avadāna Sataka, ed. Speyer (Bibl. Buddhica).
Barua: History of Pre-Buddhist Indian Philosophy (Calcutta).
Beal: Romantic Legend of the Buddha (Kegan Paul).
Beal: Buddhist Records of the Western World (Kegan Paul).
Bode: The Pali Literature of Burma (R.A.S.).
Brethren=Psalms of the Brethren, by Mrs. Rhys Davids (P.T.S.).
Bu.=Buddhavamsa (P.T.S.).
BuA.=Buddhavamsa Commentary (S.H.B.).
CAGI. =Cunningham's Anct. Geography of India, ed. Majumdar (Calcutta).
CNid.=Culla-Niddesa (P.T.S.).
Codrington: Short History of Ceylon.
Compendium=Compendium of Philosophy (P.T.S.).
Cv.=Cūlavamsa, ed. Geiger, 2 vols. (P.T.S.).
Cv.Trs.=Cūlavamsa, translated by Geiger, 2 vols. (P.T.S.).
Cyp.=Cariyāpitaka (P.T.S.).
CypA.=Cariyāpitaka Commentary (S.H.B.).
D.=Digha Nikaya, 3 vols. (P.T.S.).
DA.=Sumangala Vilāsinī, 3 vols. (P.T.S.).
Dāth.=Dāthāvamsa (P.T.S. Journal, 1884).
DhA.=Dhammapadatthakathā, 5 vols. (P.T.S.).
DhS.=Dhammasangani (P.T.S.).
DhSA.=Atthasālinī (P.T.S.).
Dial.=Dialogues of the Buddha, 3 vols. (Oxford).
Dpv.=Dipavamsa, ed. Oldenberg (Williams and Norgate).
Dvy.=Divyāvadāna, ed. Cowell and Neill (Cambridge).
Ep. Zey.=Epigraphia Zeylanica (Oxford).
ERE.=Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics.
Giles: Travels of Fa Hsien (Cambridge).
GS.=Gradual Sayings, 5 vols. (P.T.B.).
Gv.=Gandhavamsa (P.T.S. Journal, 1886).
I.H.Q.=Indian Historical Quarterly (Calcutta).
Ind. An. =Indian Antiquary.
Itv.=Itivuttaka (P.T.S.).
ItvA.=Itivuttaka Commentary (P.T.S.).
J.=Jātaka, ed. Fausboll, 5 vols.
JA. =Journal Asiatique.
J.P.T.S. =Journal of the Pali Text Society.
J.R.A.S. =Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society.
KhpA.=Khuddakapātha Commentary (P.T.S.).
KS.=Kindred Sayings, 5 vols. (P.T.S.).
Kvu.=Kathāvatthu (P.T.S.).
Lal.=Lalita Vistara, ed. S. Lefmann.
Law: Ksatriya Clans in Buddhist India.
Law: Geography of Early Buddhism.
M.=Majjhima Nikaya, 3 vols. (P.T.S.).
MA.=Papañca Sūdanī, Majjhima Commentary, 2 vols. (Aluvihāa Series, Colombo).
Mbv.=Mahābodhivamsa (P.T.S.).
Mhv.=Mahāvamsa, ed. Geiger (P.T.S.).
Mhv. Trs.=Mahāvamsa Translation, by Geiger (P.T.S.).
Mil.=Milindapañha, ed. Trenckner (Williams and Norgate).
MNid.=Mahā Niddesa, 2 vols. (P.T.S.).
MNidA.=Mahā Niddesa Commentary (S.H.B.).
MT.=Mahāvamsa Tika (P.T.B.).
Mtu.=Mahāvastu, ed. Senart, 3 vols.
Netti.=Nettippakarana (P.T.S.).
NidA. See MNidA.
NPD.=P.T.S. Pali-English Dictionary.
PHAI. =Political History of Anct. India, by Chaudhuri, 2nd. ed. (Calcutta).
P.L.C. =The Pali Literature of Ceylon, by Malalasekera (R.A.S.).
PS.=Patisambhidāmagga, 2 vols. (P.T.S.).
PSA.=Patisambhidāmagga Commentary (S.H.B.).
Pug. =Puggalapaññatti (P.T.S.).
Pv.=Petavatthu (P.T.S.).
PvA.=Petavatthu Commentary (P.T.S.).
Rockhill: Life of the Buddha (Kegan Paul).
S.=Samyutta Nikaya, 5 vols. (P.T.S.).
SA.=Sāratthappakāsinī, Samyutta Commentary.
SadS.=Saddhammasangaha (P.T.S. Journal, 1890).
Sās.=Sāsanavamsa (P.T.S.).
Sisters=Psalms of the Sisters, by Mrs. Rhys Davids (P.T.S.).
Sp.=Samantapāsādikā, 4 vols. (P.T.B.).
SN.=Sutta Nipata (P.T.S.).
SNA.=Sutta Nipāta Commentary, 2 vols. (P.T.S.).
Svd.=Sāsanavamsadipa, by Vimalasāra Thera (Colombo, 1929).
Thag.=Theragāthā (P.T.S.).
ThagA.=Theragāthā Commentary, 2 vols. (S.H.B.).
Thig.=Therigāthā (P.T.S.).
ThigA=Therīgāhā Commentary (P.T.S.).
Thomas: The Life of Buddha (Kegan Paul).
Ud.=Udāna (P.T.S.).
UdA.=Udāna Commentary (P.T.S.).
VibhA.=Sammoha-Vinodanī, Vibhanga Commentary (P.T.S.).
Vin.=Vinaya Pitaka, 5 vols., ed. Oldenberg (Williams and Norgate).
Vsm.=Visuddhi magga, 2 vols. (P.T.S.).
VT.=Vinaya Texts, trs. by Rhys Davids and Oldenberg, 3 vols. (Sacred Books of the East).
Vv.=Vimānavatthu (P.T.S.).
VvA.=Vimānavatthu Commentary (P.T.S.).
ZDMG.=Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft.