The Treasury of Lives

Catherine Tsuji received an MA in Religious Studies at University of California Santa Barbara. She is currently an editor at the Treasury of Lives.

Published July 2021


Andreev, A. I. 2014. The myth of the masters revived the occult lives of Nikolai and Elena Roerich. Leiden: Brill.

Evans-Wentz, W.Y.2000. The Tibetan book of the great liberation, or, The method of realizing nirvāṇa through knowing the mind: preceded by an epitome of Padma-Sambhava's biography and followed by Guru Phadampa Sangay's teachings, according to English renderings by Sardar Bahādur S.W. Laden La and by the Lāmas Karma Sumdhon Paul, Lobzang Mingyur Dorje, and Kazi Dawa-Samdup. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kravchenko, Natalia R. and Vladimir Zaitsev. "Professor George de Roerich and His Outstanding Contribution to Indo-Asian Studies." Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts. Accessed May 11, 2021.

Lopez, Donald. 1998. Prisoners of Shangri-La: Tibetan Buddhism and the West. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Martin, Emma. "Translating Tibet in the Borderlands: Networks, Dictionaries, and Knowledge Production in Himalayan Hill Stations." The Journal of Transcultural Studies 7, no. 1 (2016): 86-120.

National Archives of India. 1932. Visit of Professor Nicholas Roerich An America His Family to Chinese Turkistan [sic] and Tobet [sic] and Their Activities at the Better Place Report from 1932, PR_000003033727, Digital Public Records - Home Political.

National Archives of India. 1954. Proposal to establish an Institute for the teaching of modern colloquial Tibetan to Indian students in Kalimpong. PR_000000000225, Digital Public Records - Home Political.

Parfionovich, I. M., Dylykova, V., Roerich, G. 1983. Tibetan-Russian-English Dictionary with Sanskrit Parallels. Moscow: Izdatel'stvo Nauka.

Roerich, George. 1931. Trails to Innermost Asia. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Roerich, Nikolai. 1929. Heart of Asia. New York: Roerich Museum Press.

Roerich Museum Archive, Moscow, Russia.

Talbott, Harold. 2019. Tendrel: A Memoir of New York and the Buddhist Himalayas. Marion, Massachusetts: Buddhayana Foundation.

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