Major translations of important Indo-Tibetan Buddhist texts

1834  Tibetan-English dictionary of Alexander Csoma de Körös

1837  A French translation of the Diamond Sutra made from Tibetan by the Russian Isaac Jakob Schmidt published in St. Petersburg

1851 Monier Williams? Dictionary of Sanskrit-English published under patronage of East India Company

1852  Publication of French philologist Eugene Burnouf?s translation of the Lotus Sutra from Sanskrit, marking the first full-length translation of a sutra from Sanskrit into a European language

1879  Sir Edwin Arnold?s Light of Asia published

1880  T.W. Rhys Davids? translation of Buddhaghosa?s commentary on the Jataka tales

1881 The Dhammapada: a collection of verses; being one of the canonical books of the Buddhists translated from Pâli by F. Max Müller

Jäschke?s Tibetan-English dictionary

Buddhist Suttas Translated from the Pali by T.W. Rhys Davids

Pali Text Society founded in 1881 by T.W. Rhys Davids "to foster and promote the study of Pali texts"

1884  W. Woodville Rockhill writes The Life of the Buddha and the Early History of His Order, derived from Tibetan Works in the bKah-hgyur and bsTan-hgyur

Hendrick Kern translates Saddharma-Pundarika, or Lotus of the True Law

1890  Questions of King Milinda by T.W. Rhys Davids

1902  Chandra Das? Tibetan-English dictionary

1905  English-Tibetan Colloquial Dictionary by Charles Bell

1907  Louis de la Vallée Poussin?s translation of Madhyamakavatara

1909  L.D. Barnett?s abridged translation of Bodhicharyavatara from Sanskrit in Wisdom of the East series, London

1920  Louis Finot?s translation of Bodhicharyavatara from Sanskrit into French published in Paris

1922  Bendall and Rouse?s translation of Shantideva?s Shikshasamuccaya

1924  Buddhist Society in London founded by Christmas Humphreys

1925  Louis de la Vallée Poussin publishes Abhidharmakosha translation

1927  Sacred Books of the East volume 49 includes a translation of Ashvaghosha?s Buddhacharita by E.B. Cowell and the Diamond Sutra and Heart Sutra by F. Max Müller

Tibetan Book of the Dead published by Evans-Wentz

1928  Tibet?s Great Yogi Milarepa published by Evans-Wentz

1931  CAF Rhys-Davids? Dhammapada

Obermiller?s translation of Uttaratantra-shastra published as Sublime Science of the Great Vehicle to Salvation, Acta Orientalia, 9

1932  Stcherbatsky?s Buddhist Logic

Obermiller?s History of Buddhism by Bu-ston

D.T. Suzuki?s translation of Lankavatara Sutra

1933  Albert Grünwedel?s Die Legenden des Na ro pa published in Leipzig

Toussaint?s Le Dict de Padma (Padma thang yig)

1935  Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines published by Evans-Wentz.

1937  Jacques Bacot?s French translation of the life of Marpa published in Paris

1949  G. Tucci?s Tibetan Painted Scrolls

Roerich?s Blue Annals

1950  Radhakrishnan?s translation of Dhammapada

1954  Conze?s Abhisamayalankara

Tibetan Book of Great Liberation published by Evans-Wentz

1956  Nebesky-Wojkowitz?s famous study of the oracles and demons of Tibet

Bhikku Ñanamoli (Osbert Moore)?s translation of Visuddhi Magga

1959  Guenther?s translation of Jewel Ornament of Liberation by Gampopa Turrel V. Wylie?s article on Tibetan transcription in Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies

Snellgrove?s Hevajra Tantra

1962  Chang?s One Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa

Lamotte?s L?Enseignement de Vimalakirti

1968  First of E. Gene Smith?s famous introductions

1970  Marion L. Matics translation of Bodhicaryavatara from Sanskrit

1975  Trungpa and Fremantle?s Tibetan Book of the Dead

1977  Lhalungpa?s translation of the biography of Milarepa

1983  Hopkins? Meditation on Emptiness

1991  Dorje and Kapstein?s The Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism

1992  Tibetan Book of Living and Dying by Sogyal Rinpoche

1994  Words of My Perfect Teacher translated by Padmakara Translation Group

2001-4 Complete translation of Je Tsongkhapa?s Lamrim Chenmo by Lamrim Chenmo Translation Committee released