List of Buddhist stotras in Nepalbhasha

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Tutah bwanegu (Nepal Bhasa:तुतः ब्वनेगु) is a ritual of reading and enunciating stotras practiced in Newar Buddhism.[1] Most of these stotras were originally written in Sanskrit.[2] However, many of these have been translated into Nepalbhasha. The stotras which have been translated into Nepalbhasha are as follows:[1]

  • Daśavala stōtra (दशवल स्तोत्र)
  • Mahāyāna sūtra (महायान सूत्र)
  • Śrī Jyōtirupa (श्री ज्योतिरुप)
  • Mahāmañjuśrī (महामञ्जुश्री)
  • Āryāvalōkitēśvara (आर्यावलोकितेश्वर)
  • Yaśōdharā va Narasinha (यशोधरा व नरसिंह)
  • Prajñāpāramitā (प्रज्ञापारमिता)
  • Tārāśatanāma (ताराशतनाम)
  • Bhadracaryā (भद्रचर्या)
  • Nāmasaṅgīti (नामसंगीति) (partially translated)

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