The Vinayasutra (Wyl. 'dul ba'i mdo; Skt. vinayasūtra) by Gunaprabha is included among the so-called thirteen great texts studied in many shedras. It consists of a root text and its autocommentary. It is included among the so-called "Thirteen great texts", which form the core of the curriculum in most shedras and on which Khenpo Shenga provided commentaries.
- Dharmamitra, Vinayasūtraṭīka (Wyl. ’dul ba’i mdo’i rgya cher ’grel pa)
- Prajñākara, Vinayasūtravyākhyāna (Wyl.’dul ba mdo’i rnam par bshad pa)
- Khenpo Shenga, འདུལ་བ་མདོ་རྩ་བའི་མཆན་འགྲེལ་པདམ་དཀར་པོའི་ལྗོན་ཤིང་
- Paul K. Nietupski, 'Guṇaprabha’s Vinayasūtra Corpus: Texts and Contexts', JIATS 5, 2009 (Available online here)
- Singh, Priya S. 'The Vinayasūtra of Guṇaprabha: A Historical Note.' in Buddhist Studies: The Journal of the Department of Buddhist Studies, no. 10 (1986).