Zhen Liu (ed.), 2015
The Dharmadhātustava: A Critical Edition of the Sanskrit with the Tibetan and Chinese Translations, a Diplomatic Transliteration of the Manuscript and Notes. (STTAR 17.) Beijing, Vienna: China Tibetology Publishing House and Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2015 (order online). (90 S.)

Dharmadhātustava is a stotra Buddhist Sutra, which is composed by about one hundred śatakas. Since the 11th century, Nāgārjuna, the founder of Mādhyamika, was considered to be the author of Dharmadhātustava. However, late Mādhyamika considered that Dharmadhātustava showed significant influence from the Tathāgatagarbha-tradition.

Dharmadhātustava has one Tibetan translation and three Chinese translations. Many scholars have done studies on it since 1930s. Its Sanskrit Manuscript was discovered in Tibet lately. In this book, Professor Liu makes a critical edition of the Sanskrit Text with the Tibetan and Chinese translations and a diplomatic transliteration of the manuscript and notes.