Tripiṭaka (Tibetan version)
Xizang da zang jing = The Tibetan Tripitaka / [editor in chief A.W. Barber ; bian zhu zhe [Nan tian shu] ju bian ji bu].
西藏大藏經 = The Tibetan Tripitaka / [editor in chief A.W. Barber ; 編著者 [南天書]局編輯部].
Edition: Taibei ban, chu ban.
Edition: 台北版, 初版.
Imprint: Taibei Shi : Nan tian shu ju, Minguo 80 
Imprint: 台北市 : 南天書局, 民國80 
72 v. ; 38 cm.
Note: "The present collection contains the Karmapa's Red Letter edition of the Tibetan bKaʼʼgyur, and bsTanʼgyur, sDe bGe version. It also contains the entire rNyingma rGyud bum abd bKaʼma."--Introd.
Note: Translated into Tibetan from Sanskrit, Chinese, and other Asian languages; table of contents in Sanskrit in some volumes, in Sanskrit and Chinese in some volumes.
Organization: Nan tian shu ju (Taipei, Taiwan). Bian ji bu.
Organization: 南天書局 (Taipei, Taiwan). 編輯部.
Title: Rñiṅ ma rgyud ʼbum.
To our extensive collection of Tibetan Buddhist primery sources Kangyur and Tengyur, of which some versions we already have on microfiche (Phug brag bka' 'gyur)., CD ROM (Sde dge Bstan 'gyur ) and on line (in progress through the Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center, New York), we added this year an important print edition. The edition contains, according to our catalog record, “the Karmapa's Red Letter edition of the Tibetan bKan’gyur, and bsTan’gyur, sDe bGe version. It also contains the entire rNyingma rGyud bum abd bKa ma. It is translated into Tibetan from Sanskrit, Chinese, and other Asian languages.” According to the A.W. Barber it contains earlier and later translations of the above works published for the first time in one set. This facilitates comparison of various translations which is relevant for commentaries written in various epochs. The edition contains cross references to major works. There is a table of contents in Tibetan, Sanskrit and Chinese. Indexes are in preparation. The work is published on acid free paper and handsomely bound.
The acquisition places a substantial research tool in hands of our researches and enhances our strong and growing academic program in Buddhist studies.