The Dictionary of Buddhist Studies was compiled by Ding Fubao over the course of 8 years, and is based on a work by the same name produced in Japan by 織田德能. Ding removed the material relating to Japanese Buddhism, and published his own version in 1922, comprising more than 30,000 entries and more than 3.6 million characters.
This version of the Dingfubao was created by Simon Wiles for the Glossaries Team at Dharma Drum Buddhist College (DDBC) [http://buddhistinformatics.ddbc.edu.tw/glossaries/, firstname.lastname@example.org]. It is derived from the CBETA version, which in turn came from the Electronic Buddhist Publication Society. Numerous corrections and improvements have been made, and an advanced StarDict version is made available. The TEI master file is available for download too, and the archive versions include the png files representing the Brahmi script and other unusual characters which cannot be encoded.
The text of the Dingfubao is in the public domain. This TEI version is licensed by DDBC under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Taiwan License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/tw/)
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