Монгол оточ Жамбалдоржийн “Үзэсгэлэнт нүдэн чимэг” зохиолын бүтэц ба ач холбогдлыг тодруулах нь
Study of the content and importance of the Wonderful Illumination to the Understanding of Knowledge or mdzes mtshar mig rgyan by the Mongolian scholar Jamphel Dorje
The most important treatises on medicinal materials used in Mongolian traditional medicine were written between the 18th and 19th centuries by Mongolian scholars. One is the Wonderful Illumination to the Understanding of Knowledge (WIUK) written by the famous Mongolian scholar Jamphel Dorje. The original version of WIUK is a xylograph in Tibetan and its full name is or gso byed bhud rtsi’i ‘khrul med ngos’ dzin bzo rig me long du rnam par shar ba mdzes mtshar mig rgyan zhes bya bzhugs so (abbreviated as mdzes mtshar mig rgyan). Jamphel Dorje compiled WIUK based on the most famous compilations of Tibetan and Mongolian scholars including Blue Beryl by the Tibetan scholar Sanggye Gyatso, Crystal Rosary and Crystal Orb by the Tibetan scholar Tenzin Phuntsok, White Crystal Mirror (shel dgar me long) by the Mongolian scholar Yeshe Paljor and the other explanatory books of the Four Tantra. WIUK is consisted from four chapters. The second or the longest chapter of WIUK details the identification, habitat, time for collecting, taste, quality, and uses of various medicinal materials. It categorizes 579 types of medicinal materials under 8 groups and 24 subgroups. Moreover, 561 illustrations of medicinal substances with their names written in Mongolian, Tibetan, Chinese and Manchurian are provided. Name of some medicinal materials are given in Sanskrit. In his book, Jamphel Dorje outlined 28 corrections of some mistakes in identifying medicinal materials made by other scholars such as the Mongolian scholar Gung Gonpo Kyab and the Tibetan scholar Lodro Gyelpo in their books. This is considered the most important contribution of Jamphel Dorje to the development of Mongolian traditional medicine.
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