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You probably know that the contents of the Great Fifth Dalai Lama's Gsan-yig have been put up in a searchable format at TBRC:http://www.tbrc.org/#library_work_Object-W4JW5383Also, Franz-Karl Ehrhard has recently published an article that is like a key for opening the four treasuries. His essay can be downloaded here, at least at this moment:http://www.iu.edu/~srifias/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/4-Ehrhard.pdfHe makes references to works by Martin and Cuevas that could be useful for compiling a very long list of Gsan-yig / Thob yig. I think at least 50 titles, probably more.
THANKS DAN! D.
Dear Dan,I did a test-search in http://www.tbrc.org/#library_work_Object-W4JW5383but certainly I am doing something wrong. I searched for rong zom (with and without inverted commas, also in Tibetan script) but I do not seem to get a single result although I know that the name occurs there. What am I doing wrong? I do get either one of the syllables but never rong zom. Thanks.D.
Strange, I had a similar experience. I thought it was just me. Maybe the TBRC guys need to look into this apparent malfunction.