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THT 23

Known as:THT 23; B 23
Cite this page as:Hannes A. Fellner. "THT 23". In A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts (CEToM). Created and maintained by Melanie Malzahn, Martin Braun, Hannes A. Fellner, and Bernhard Koller. https://cetom.univie.ac.at/?m-tht23 (accessed 06 Dec. 2023).

Edition

Editor:Hannes A. Fellner

Provenience

Main find spot:Šorčuq
Expedition code:T III Š 68.25
Collection:Berlin Turfan Collection (BBAW)

Language and Script

Language:TB
Linguistic stage:classical
Script:classical

Text contents

Title of the work:Udānālaṅkāra
Passage:Book 10 (Śraddhāvarga), strophes 14c-26a.
Text genre:Literary
Text subgenre:Doctrine
Verse/Prose:verse
Meter:M13_13_13_13_21a

Object

Manuscript:Udānālaṅkāra A
Leaf number:100-10-6
Material: ink on paper
Form:Poṭhī
Number of lines:8

Transliteration

a1mtsa nte yña kteṃ 10 4 u po ṣa the ñe¯ ¯m tā ka ña kte su pe rne wo : sū śe ma ne kci ye pi śka nte ceṃ ña kteṃ mpe ṣe : śtwā re mpre nma ñä¯ ¯ś a kṣā wa me po au rtse sa : ṣe sa we rtsi yai mpa k[a]
a2lpa pe rne su pa rwe ṣṣe : pa lka¯ ¯s o ko o kta ce pi saṃ va rntse cwi to to ro tse tu sa pa ṣṣa lle 10 5 tu pa lko rmeṃ ce we ña pu dñä kte ślo kkre¯ ¯nt ce : ta ka rṣkñe tai sā¯ ¯k kwi pa sso rñe tai sā krā
a3yo¯ ¯r : pe lai kne nta cai kre ntaṃ¯ ¯ts śā mna¯ ¯ṅts pa pā [la] – : tā no ytā ri tne ñä kci yai we skeṃ po pu dñä kti : tā sa su yaṃ ñä kcye śai ṣṣe¯ ¯ś ce ślo¯ ¯k we ña ypa rwe po yśi cme la so ntso ycce¯ ¯ś 10 6 te ra¯ ¯mt śā
a4rsa [c]eṃ ñä kcye śai ṣṣe ne ke¯ ¯t cme tsi : ā ñme tā ko ytne pe lai kne nta ne śtwā ra toṃ : ā kli ya mī ta¯ ¯r śrā ddhe tā ko¯ ¯yä śle kwi pa ssu : ā yo rai ṣṣe ñca sū yaṃ ñä kcye śai ṣṣe ne :
a5ā yo¯ ¯r sā le [ś]i¯ ¯l ra ṅkā ñi ta ka rṣkñe no ṣa rmo ko ne pe rā kñe ta nms̝aṃ 10 7 śra ddhau ñe kuse ste pe rā kyā ms̝aṃ a lye ke pi : sa ntāṃ ne yku wa pa rsā ntsa na toṃ kre ntau na : kwä
a6l[yp]e lñe ṣṣe ṣpo mpa lsko yā mtra toṃ kre ntau na¯ ¯ś : kre ntau naṃ¯ ¯ts ṣa rmtsa śau¯ ¯l wai pe cce po ri na stra : kre ntau na ne cwi la rau ñe mā ṣa¯ ¯ñ śau lne wai pe cce ne se śrā ddhe au spa 10 8 śrā ddhe ṣe¯ ¯k ña ṣtra [kr]e
a7– l·ā tsi po spe lkke sa : pe lai k·e klyau ṣtsi ā yo rai tsi ṣe¯ ¯k a ñma ssu : pe lai kne [ṣṣa] na nau mi ye nta kā ra tsi śco : [ṣ]· r·e we we ño· – [ddh]au ñe [ṣṣi] tai la laṃ ṣki : ka rā¯ ¯ś ynū c[aṃ] –
a8/// sa hā ye ra ste 10 9 ··ī ·e – – – – – – – – – l·o ṣ[ṣ]e [:] – ss[i] we [w]e – – – – – – – – – – we rts·ai ·e – – – –
b1– – – ·n· – – ā – ¯r¯m – – – ¯s̝ tu ntse ru ke [k]ts[e] [ñ]re ki [:] – – – ·ts· – – – – ·[n]· tsñ[e] [p]l· ··s̝a· t· ll[ā] rñe – – – – – – (–) – – – [t]sk· ste pā ra – ta – – – – (–)
b2– – – sā le ste ka rā¯ ¯ś ynū caṃ ceṃ wno lmeṃ tsa : ā yo rsai ma ste snai tsñe ṣṣ[ai] tā¯ ¯u [p]ro skai ne : ā yo rṣa ñśau mo pi ścme la ṣṣeṃ ñya· s· nta ne : tu sa ta rya pe lai kne nta po spe lke sa krau [pa] na
b3llo na wno lme ntsai śmo pi 20-1 ka ṣṣi pu dñä kte rā ja gri ne tā¯ ¯u ma skī tra : śau la swā na nde yo psa rī ne tā¯ ¯u pi ntwā to : ā ji vi keṃ¯ ¯ts ceṃ¯ ¯ts a ka lṣlye pi ma sa o sta¯ ¯ś : we ña swā na ndeṃ¯ ¯ś
b4ñi se pi lko ste prā kre ṅku : mā ne snā yo rmā ra te lki ka rtse yā mo ryo lo yā mo¯ ¯r ā ntpi mā ne steṃ 20 2 ye sno śa kke ññi snai ke¯ ¯ś o no lmeṃ tse re ntra : ā yo rsa śā te
b5yña kteṃ yśā mna su ta nma stra : snai ke¯ ¯ś a ksa śce¯ ¯r wno lme ntsā yo rntse pa lau na : ñä śmā ye sa ññe wa se yo ka lle re kau na ṣṣe : mā ta¯ ¯ñ kcā yo rai lle ne sau mā lye ke
b6pi te nnai pkā rsa pa¯ ¯st pa¯ ¯s̝ ñyo sta meṃ 20 3 a· l· ṅkno stwa śco ma sā na nde o¯ ¯t pi ntwā to : śe śwe ro mpo staṃ ma sa pu dñä kte ntse twā kṣa : te yä kne sa su ā jī vi ke ntsa ka la lle : ñä¯ ¯ś we ñe rka tte
b7re kau na sa tso ksa ñmā ka : [tu] pa lko rmeṃ pu dñä kte ce we ña ślo ko ā na ndeṃ śco kreṃ¯ ¯nt ā¯ ¯rthä vya ñja ntsa 20 4 mā no pa kwā ri ñä kcye śai ṣṣe ne ya ne nta : a knā tsaṃ no cai mā pa llā ntra ā yo rai lñe : ta
b8ka rṣk·e tse no ā yo ro m[p]o – – [rta] sk[e] ma ne : ma ntrā k[k]a no su ms·e tra skwa ssu a lye kc·e lne : ce ślo kwe ña ā na ndeṃ śco yo lo pkwa lle yo laiṃ meṃ ṣe¯ ¯k mā twe kra mpe ta¯ ¯r 20 5 pa kwā re ntse sse pa pā

Transcription

14e 16σ ; (te)a1mtsanten1 yñakteṃ 10-4
15a upoṣathe ñem ; tāka ñakte ; su pernewo :
15b śem«†ä» nekciye ; piś känte ceṃ ; ñakteṃmp= eṣe :
15c śtwār= emprenma ñäś ; akṣāwame ; po aurtsesa :
15d ṣesa wertsiyaimpa ; kaa2lpa perne ; su pärweṣṣe :
15e palkas oko ; oktacepi ; saṃvarntse cwi ; tot orotse ; tusa paṣṣalle 10-5
16a tu pälkormeṃ ce ; weña pudñäk;te ślok krent ce :
16b takarṣkñe taisāk ; kwipassorñe ; taisāk r= āa3yorn2n3 :
16c pelaiknenta cai ; krentaṃts śāmnaṅts ; papāla(ṣo) :
16d no ytāri tne ; ñäkciyai weskeṃ ; po pudñäkti :
16e tāsa su yaṃ ; ñäkcye śaiṣṣeś ; ce ślok weña ; yparwe poyśi ; cmelas= ontsoycceś 10-6
17a te ramt śāa4rsan4 ceṃ ; ñäkcye śaiṣṣe;ne ket cmetsi :
17b āñme tākoy tne ; pelaiknenta;ne śtwāra toṃ :
17c ākli yamītär ; śrāddhe tākoy ; ślekwipassu :
17d āyor aiṣṣeñca ; yaṃ ñäk;cye śaiṣṣene :
17e a5 āyor sāle ; śil räṅkāñi ; takarṣkñe no ; ṣarm okone ; perākñe tanmṣäṃ 10-7
18a śraddhauñe kuse ; ste perāk yāmṣäṃ ; alyekepi :
18b santāṃne ykuwa ; pärsāntsana ; toṃ krentauna :
18c kwäa6lypelñeṣṣe ṣp om ; palsko yāmträ ; toṃ krentaunaś :
18d krentaunaṃts ṣarmtsa ; śaul waipecce ; po rinasträ :
18e krentaunane ; cwi larauñe ; mā ṣañ śaulne ; waipeccene ; se śrāddhe auspa 10-8
19a śrāddhe ṣek ñaṣträ ; krea7(ntäṃ)n5 l(k)ātsi ; po spelkkesa :
19b pelaik(n)e klyauṣtsi ; āyor aitsi ; ṣek añmassu :
19c pelaikneṣṣana ; naumiyenta ; kāratsiśco :
19d ṣ(a)r(n)e weweño(ṣ) ; (śra)ddhauñeṣṣi ; tai lalaṃṣki :
19e karāś ynūcaṃ ; – a8 /// ; sahāye ra ste 10-9
20a ··ī ·e – – – – – – – – – l·oṣṣe :
20b – ssi wewe – – – – – – – – – (:)
20d werts(y)ai(n)e – – – – b1n6 – – – ·n· – (:) ā – r – m – – ; – tunts= eru ; kektseñ reki :
20e – – – ·ts· – – – – ·n· tsñe pl· ··ṣä(ṃ) t(a)llārñe – – – – – – (20)
21a – – – tsk· ste pāra(mi)tä – – – – (:)
21b b2n7n8n9 – – (r) sāle ste ; karāś ynūcaṃ ; ceṃ wnolmeṃtsä :
21c āyor saimä ste ; snaitsñeṣṣai ; u proskaine :
21d āyor ṣañ śaumo ; piś cmelaṣṣeṃ ; ñya(t)s(e)ntane :
21e tusa tarya ; pelaiknenta ; po spelkesa ; kraupanab3llonan9 ; wnolments= aiśmopi 20-1
22a käṣṣi pudñäkte ; rājagrine ; u mäskīträ :
22b śaulasw ānande ; yopsa rīne ; u pintwāto :
22c ājivikeṃts ceṃts ; akalṣlyepi ; masa ostaś :
22d weña sw ānandeṃś ; b4 ñi se pilko ; ste prākr= eṅku :
22e mā nesn āyor ; mā ra telki ; kartse yāmor ; yolo yāmor ; āntpinesteṃ 20-2
23a yes no śakkeññi ; snai keś onol;meṃ tserenträ :
23b āyorsa śāte ; b5 yñakteṃ yśāmna ; su tänmasträ :
23c snai keś aksaścer ; wnolments āyorn;tse palauna :
23d ñäś mā yesaññe ; wase yokalle ; rekaunaṣṣe :
23e tañ kc= āyor ; aille nesau ; mā= lyeke b6 pi ; ten nai pkārsa ; päst paṣ ñy ostameṃ 20-3
24a a(l)l(o)ṅkn= ostwaśco ; mas= ānande ; ot pintwāto :
24b śeśwer ompostäṃ ; masa pudñäk;tentse tw ākṣa :
24c te yäknesa su ; ājīvikents ; akalṣälle :
24d ñäś weñ= erkatte ; b7 rekaunasa ; tsoksañ māka :
24e tu pälkormeṃ ; pudñäkte ce ; weña śloko ; ānandeṃśco ; kreṃnt ārth vyañjantsa 20-4
25a no pakwāri ; ñäkcye śaiṣṣe;ne yanenta :
25b aknātsaṃ no cai ; mā pällānträ ; āyor ailñe :
25c tab8karṣk(ñ)etse no ; āyor ompo(stn=) (ā)r;taskemane :
25d mäntrākka no su ; ms(k)eträ skwassu ; alyek c(m)elne :
25e ce ślok weña ; ānandeṃśco ; yolo pkwalle ; yolaiṃmeṃ ṣek ; mā twe krämpetar 20-5
26a pakwār= entsesse ; papā

Translation

a1 [14e]
a1 ... among the gods were [re]born. [One of them], Upoṣatha by name, he was the [most] glorious god. One evening he came together with these 500 Gods. The four truths I proclaimed to them in every detail,
a1+ [and] together with [his] followers he obtained the first stage [of the Srotaāpanna].
a2 [15e]
a2 See ye, the fruit of such eightfold discipline [is] so great, therefore it [has] to be practiced. With regard to this the Buddha spoke this good strophe:
a2+ Faith as well as modesty as well as the gift, these are the laws praised by the good people.
a3 [16e]
a3 For this way all Buddhas call the [most] divine, on this he goes to the divine wold. This strophe first spoke the Omniscient to the ones insatiable for births.
a3+ This, then, he let these know:
a4 to whomever the wish should be, to be [re]born in the divine world, he shall observe here the four laws, he shall be religious, also modest [and he shall be] gift-giving. Such a one enters into the divine world.
a5 [17e]
a5 The gift [is] the basis, the moral behavior is the foundation, but faith creates belief concerning cause and fruit. What is faith? It makes one belief in another’s splendid virtues in the cylcle of births. And when therein it causes the thought of longing for such virtues, it abandons for the virtues’ sake life, possession and everything. He who has love for the virtues [and] not for his life [and] possessions is the truly believing one.
a6 [18e]
a6 He who has love for the virtues [and] not for his life [and] possessions is the truly believing one. The believing one longs always to see the good ones, with all effort to hear the law [and] to give gifts, always wishful to collect the jewels of law.
a7 (For) these two are called the tender hands of the believing one.
a7+ For these (beings) going into the wood .... in the companion ...
a8+ ... (a gift [is] shelter [and] refuge) and what is being generated thereby (in) body, word and (thought) ...
b1 . [20e]
b1 ... pleases (in) poverty and misery... ([The] gift is the root), the Pāramitā ...
b2 [the] gift is the basis for those creatures going into the wood, [the] gift is the protection from the fear of poverty, [the] gift [is] a kinsman in the danger of the five kinds of existence.
b2+ Therefore the three laws, with all effort, have to be collected by the being who understands.
b3 [21e]
b3 The Buddha, the master, was in Rājagṛha at that time. The venerable Ānanda entered the town to collect alms. He went to the house of a pupil of these Ājīvikas. This one spoke to Ānanda:
b4 [22e]
b4 “By me this view is held firmly: there is no gift, nor sacrifice either, good deed [and] evil deed, both do not exist. But you, the followers of Śākya, deceive beings without number.
b4+ The one rich in gifts is [re]born among Gods and men,
b5 [thus] you proclaim to beings without number the praise of the gift. I will not drink the poison of your words,
b5+ I will not give you nor anyone else a gift.
b6 [23e]
b6 This you shall know, go away from my house.” To other houses then Ānanda went to collect alms. [But] after [his] meal he went and reported this to the Buddha: “In this way the pupil of the Ājīvikas spoke to me,
b7 [24e]
b7 with angry words he suckled me very much.” With regard to this the Buddha spoke to Ānanda this strophe with good meaning and expression: The bad ones certainly do not go into the divine world, for they are fools and do not praise the giving of gifts.
b7+ The believer, however, [is] rejoicing in the gift.
b8 [25e]
b8 For thus he will be happy in the other birth. This strophe he spoke to Ānanda. Evil is always to be expected of evil, do not let yourself be hindered! The bad one, the greedy one, the one [not having kept up] moral behavior

Other

a1 Er [scil. der Gott Upoṣatha] kam des Abends zusammen mit diesen 500 Göttern. (Schmidt 1974: 472, fn. 1)
a4 Wer den Wunsch haben sollte, in der göttlichen Welt [wieder]geboren zu werden, der übe sich hier in den vier Gesetzen! (Schmidt 1974: 337)
a5+ And if it (= faith) creates the thought of desire for these virtues, it gives up life, possession[s] [and] everything because of those virtues. (cf : ii, 38) (Peyrot 2013c: 680)
a5+ Und [wenn] er [scil. der Gläubige] dabei den Gedanken des Verlangens nach solchen Tugenden bewirkt, gibt er der Tugenden halber Leben, Besitz [und] alles hin. (Schmidt 1974: 341)
a6+ Der Gläubige begehrt stets die Guten zu sehen; mit allem Eifer das Gesetz zu hören [und] Gabe zu geben, [ist er] stets wünschend, um die Gesetzesjuwelen zu sammeln. (Schmidt 1974: 154)
b3 Der Buddha, der Lehrer, befand sich damals in Rājagṛha. (Schmidt 1974: 110)
b4+ Von mir ist diese Ansicht fest gefasst: Es gibt nicht Gabe, auch nicht Opfer, gute Tat [und] böse Tat, beide gibt es nicht. Ihr aber, ihr Śākya-Anhänger, betrügt zahllose Wesen. Der in Gabe Reiche wird bei Göttern [und] Menschen [wieder]geboren, [so] tragt ihr zahllosen Wesen das Lob der Gabe vor. Ich werde nicht das Gift eurer Worte trinken, ich werde weder dir noch einem anderen eine Gabe geben. Dieses wisse gefälligst, geh fort aus meinem Hause! (Schmidt 1974: 441)
b6 Then Ānanda went to other houses for alms. [But] he went after eating [and] this he told to the Buddha. (cf : ii, 39) (Peyrot 2013c: 376)
b8 Böses ist immer von Bösen zu erwarten, sei nicht verstört! (Schmidt 1974: 159)

Commentary

Parallel texts

Uv 10.1-10.2

Philological commentary

Includes strophes 14c-26a of the Śraddhāvarga (X) in a 4x13 (rhythm = 5/8) plus 1x21 (rhythm = 8/8/5) syllable-metre, and translation of Uv 10.1-10.2. The damage to the bottom edge resulted in the loss of text from the last recto and first verso line.
n1 Emendation according to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 54 fn. 7.
n2 According to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 54 fn. 9 the reading ontsoycceś should be corrected to ontsoyṃceś in the transcription.
n3 Emendation according to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 54 fn. 8.
n4 The reading ślekwipassu stands for ślek kwipasse according to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 55 fn. 1.
n5 Emendation according to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 55 fn. 3.
n6 Addition based on Sieg and Siegling 1949, II 39 fn. 3-6.
n7 According to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 55 fn. 8. the reading cmelaṣṣeṃ should be corrected to cmelaṣṣeṃts in the transcription.
n8 Emendation according to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 55 fn. 3.
n9 According to Sieg and Siegling 1983: 55 fn. 9 the reading kraupanallona should be corrected to kraupnallona in the transcription due to the meter.

Remarks

The original manuscript is missing, but was an almost complete leaf, with only the bottom edge slightly more damaged.

References

Online access

IDP: THT 23; TITUS: THT 23

Edition

Lüders 1926: 27-28; Sieg and Siegling 1949: I, 39-41; Sieg and Siegling 1983: 54-56 notes 181-184

Translations

Barnes 2013: a3 (41); Carling 2000: a1 (232), a3 (86, 242), b1 (253), b2 (47, 111, 240), b3 (150, 160, 251), b5 (232), b6 (150), b7 (54, 85), b8 (243); Ching 2010: a5 (237); Hackstein 1995: b3 (311), b6 b7 (143); Krause 1952: a4 (32), a5 (62), a6 (40), b2 (38), b2 (61), b4 (52), b5 (54), b8 (27); Lüders 1926: b3 b4 b5 b6 b7 b8 (27-28); Meunier 2013: a4 (174), b4 (176, 180), b6 b7 (142); Peyrot 2013c: a5 a6 (680), b5 b6 (342, 352), b6 (376); Schmidt 1974: a1 (472 n.1), a1 (472, fn. 1), a4 (337), a5 a6 (341), a6 a7 (154), b3 (110), b4 b5 b6 (441), b8 (159); Sieg and Siegling 1949: a1 a2 a3 a4 a5 a6 a7 a8 b1 b2 b3 b4 b5 b6 b7 b8 (II, 38-39); Sieg and Siegling 1983: a8 (183), b1 (183), b3 (287), b7 (183); Thomas 1952: a2 (16), b2 (19), b5 (39), b6 (48), b7 (52), b7 (61); Thomas 1954a: a4 (734), a6 a7 (719), a6 a7 (739), a7 (752); Thomas 1957: a3 (169), a3 a4 (169), a6 a7 (265), b3 (24, 116), b4 (253), b6 (117), b6 b7 (179), b7 (164), b8 (169); Thomas 1958b: b8 (303); Thomas 1966: b7 (165); Thomas 1967c: a1 (69); Thomas 1968b: a3 a4 (203); Thomas 1969a: a3 (236); Thomas 1969d: a3 (297); Thomas 1969b: a2 (57); Thomas 1969c: a1 (203); Thomas 1972b: b2 (469), b4 (451); Thomas 1979b: a3 (28), a4 (34); Thomas 1979e: a4 (163); Thomas 1983a: a3 (21), b2 (10), b3 (15), b3 (25), b4 b5 (43), b6 (15), b7 (21); Thomas 1995: b6 b7 (57); Thomas 1997: a3 (81), a6 (110)

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