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Jataka stories, translated by Robert Chalmers [1895].

First two volumes of full six-volume translation.

Dedicated to providing accurate, reliable, and useful information concerning the practice and study of Theravada Buddhism, as it has been handed down to us through both the written word of the Pali Canon and the living example of the Sangha. Includes hundreds of suttas, books, and talk transcriptions.

A guide to mindfulness and Vipassana meditation as taught by Luangpor Pramote.

Books by Phra Pramote Pamojjo:

- Path to Enlightment I;

-- For You, The Newcomer: A Simple and Ordinary Essay on Dhamma (in English);

-- For You, The Newcomer (in Japanese);

- Path to Enlightment II;

- Path of Freedom.

Books of Law of Karma & Dhamma Practice had been produced by Wat Ambhavan, Singhburi, Thailand. In these books contains the stories of biography of Phra Dhepsinghaburajara (Luang Paw Jarun Dhidhadhammo), the abbot of Wat Ambhavan, experiences in dhamma practice, Phra Dhepsinghaburajaras karma, and other dhamma lectures by Phra Dhepsinghaburaja.

An Account by the Chinese Monk Fa-Hien of his Travels in India and Ceylon (A.D. 399-414) in Search of the Buddhist Books of Discipline.

Translated and annotated with a Corean recension of the Chinese text by James Legge.

Contains works of Singapore Buddhist scholar Piya Tan, including sutta translations and articles on the history of Buddhism, interfaith dialogue, and other topics.
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Probably written in Pali in Sri Lanka during the first century AD, the Vimuttimagga survived only in Chinese translation, from which the present rendering has been made. ascribed to the Arahant Upatissa, the work is a meditation manual similar to the later Visuddhimagga, less analytical and more practical in its treatment of meditation.

There's a new printed edition:

A quarterly newsletter published by the Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in England.

Website which introduces Buddhism and its modern context:

- Buddhism: A Way of Life;

- Buddhism & Society;

- Buddhism & Science;

with an emphasis on Sri Lankan realities.

eVinaya is a website aimed at facilitating search of materials concerning the Vinaya in the Internet.