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Other translations in the Tengyur include Nāropa's Paramārthasaṃgraha-nāma-sekoddeśaṭīkā (D1351), done in collaboration with with Dharmadhara and revised by Rinchen Gyeltsen (rin chen rgyal mtshan), and Subhūticandra's Amarakoṣaṭīkākāmadhenu-nāma (D4300), in collaboration with Kīrticandra ...
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