Gzhung chen bcu gsum / The Thirteen Great Treatises of Mkhan-po Gzan phan chos-kyi snan-ba series: Word to Word commentaries expanding the texts of thirteen Indian treatises on Buddhist Philosophy (7 Volumes)
Other Title : Rdzong Gsar Yig Cha.
644p.+582p.+646p.+734p.+574p.+536p.+1256p., 9x44 cm. (Pecha Style) (First published in 1987) (First Reprinted in 1993) (Second Reprinted in 1996)
These thirteen basic sutras and shastras were widely regarded as essential for the proper understanding of exoteric buddhism. The annotations are the work of Khenpo Shenga or Shenpen Chokyi Nangwa (1871-1927) who vowed to avoid the various differing Tibetan interpretations that had resulted in the sectarianism in Tibet. These annotated editions became known as the Dzongsar Yigcha or syllabus and spread throughout all of Tibet.