Autora: Carmen Dragonetti
TK. In the Buddhist Tibetan Canon, Bstan-ḥgyur, there are two small metrical treatises (Tōhuku 3836 and 4553; Catalogue and Index of the Tibetan Tripiṭaka, Peking Edition, 5236 and 5467) under the title Rten-ciṅ-ḥbrel-bar-ḥbyuṅ- baḥi-sñiṅ-poḥi tshig-leḥur-byas-pa. Both are basically identical and are translations of a Sanskrit work. The title of this work is indicated in both treatises after the Tibetan title: Pratītyasamutpādahṛdayakārikā. The colophons of both treatises attribute this work to Nāgārjuna. Both translations contain seven kārikās each; their basic theme is the pratītyasamutpāda doctrine.
Dragonetti, C. (1978), “The Pratītyasamutpādahṛdayakārikā and the Pratītyasamutpādahṛdayavyākhyāna of Śuddhamati”, Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Sudasiens und Archiv für indische Philosophie, Wien, Austria, Band XXII: 87-93.