"Le'u Corpus" is the label of convenience by which we denote the Bon manuscripts that have recently come to light in the Tibetan areas of Gansu and Sichuan. The material of which we are aware is contained in three collections, two of which (nos 1 and 3) are now published, while the third is available on this site via the link provided below. The three collections are the following.

 

Le'u collection 1. A set of facsimile reproductions published in 30 volumes, each comprising roughly 250 pages – a total of some 7,500 pages. A catalogue of its contents can be found here

  

  

Le'u collection 2. Photographs of manuscripts taken by Ngawang Gyatso of Lanzhou University: approximately 100 texts, ranging in length from 3 to roughly 70 folios, and amounting to a total of roughly 1,000 folios

 

Le'u collection 3. A set of facsimile reproductions published in 61 volumes, each comprising roughly 250 pages