Chanting & Songs

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 Parittas, with full Pali texts, recited by Mingun Sayadaw U Vicittasara. You can also watch a YouTube video of the same discourses recited by Sayadaw U Candasiri.

 

Description:
  • A Night of Shining Prosperity
  • Chanting as a practice (Kevali Bhikkhu Oct 18 2010)
  • Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta
  • Dhammapahansa
  • Faith in the Tathagata
  • First and Last Words
  • Mindfulness of Breathing
  • Ovadapatimokkha
  • Secure Refuge
  • Sharing Merit
  • The Noble Eightfold Path

See also: http://www.watpahnanachat.org/mp3playWPNAudio.php

Description:

This site combines audio recordings of traditional chanting with the associated Pali text, an English translation, and a Pali-to-English glossary. The recordings are broken into verses, lines and phrases to facilitate auditory memorization. The Pali text is broken into stressed and unstressed syllables to simplify pronunciation. The English translation and glossary provide the meaning of each chanted word.

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- Wat Pah Nanachat;
- Wat Amaravati; 
- Wat Mab Chan;
- Wat Dhammamonkhon;
- Patimokkha Aj. Khemanando;
- Patimokkha Aj. Oen Laa;
- Patimokkha Aj. Puriso;
- Patimokkha in Thai Language;
- Pali Devotional Hyms - Visarad Srima Ratnayaka;
- LP Mun;
- Rowan.

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Pirith is the Sinhala word for paritta (in Pali), which means protection. "It protects one from all directions", is the traditional definition. This is the recitation or chanting of the word of the Buddha.

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Audiofiles and texts of:
- Morning Chants;
- Evening Chants;
- Reflections;
- Refuge; 
- The Discourse on Setting the Wheel of Dhamma in Motion;
- Blessings.