On this page you can find a somewhat formatted Tibetan versions of Tsongkhapa’s Middling Lamrim. This version tries to make the text more similar to a book by setting off verse passages from the rest of the text, trying to insert paragraph breaks after a doubled shad and at the beginning of a new outline section and by inserting longer spaces after the occurrence of sentence terminators like “yin no“.
All these formatting changes are purely visual, the text itself is unchanged. The formatting changes were made automatically with a computer program which means that they may not be perfect but they nonetheless give some (hopefully useful) visual structure to the text.
The re-formatted text is available in the following forms:
- PDF-File for devices with small screen (e.g. electronic readers)
- Web-page (You may need Windows Vista or higher as well as a nice-looking Unicode font for Tibetan)
- ACIP text version, converted to Wylie transliteration
The original source of the text is the The Asian Classics Input Project where it is offered as text file with their own transliteration and in pecha-style with Tibetan script as PDF-File and Web-Page.