Chang, Garma C. C. The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa. (New Hyde Park, NY: University Books, ©1962) Third Printing. Two volumes.
Octavo. v1) xx, 356 pages. v2) 357-730. Hardcover. Bound in half tan linen with blue cloth-covered boards in paper DJ. Top edge stained blue, edges untrimmed or “deckle”.
Condition: Good. DJ and boards show edgewear and rubbing. DJ shows some additional wear in the form of minor tears and chips. Boards show spotting.
Jetsun Milarepa (Tibetan: རྗེ་བཙུན་མི་ལ་རས་པ, Wylie: rje btsun mi la ras pa, 1028/40–1111/23) was a Tibetan siddha, who famously was a murderer as a young man then turned to Buddhism to become an accomplished buddha despite his past. He is generally considered as one of Tibet’s most famous yogis and poets, serving as an example for the Buddhist life. He was a student of Marpa Lotsawa, and a major figure in the history of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism