Theravāda Buddhism Web Directory

This work gives a selection of verses that are recited when worshipping the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Sangha; and a collection of discourses that are popularly used as Safeguards. Part of the chants found in this book are meant to be made every day, and part rotate on a weekly basis.

Nakhon Pathom

Pāli Platform is a standalone desktop application developed with Java technology. The program is written by J.R. Bhaddacak, started around the first quarter of 2019. The debut released in Jan 2020. The program is intended to be an open-source and free software for educational purpose. The main purpose of the programmer is to make a powerful research tool for Pāli language, the language of the Theravāda Buddhist canon. At the beginning phase, the program aims to be a reliable learning tool for the language. This goal is fulfilled in the first release. The ultimate goal of the program, but unpromised, is to be a machine translator of Pāli.

A revised and reconstructed translation of the Jātaka commentary, which tells of the previous lives of the Buddha, and his quest for Awakening.

Translated by T. W. Rhys Davids, Robert Chalmers, H.T. Francis, W.H.D. Rouse and E.B. Cowell 1880 – 1907.

Pune
Maharashtra

Offers Pali classes in Marathi.

See also YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV1-S0HiAJJeiBUQOTyKqxA

Manjarli
Maharashtra

Dhammasiri means Dhammalipi Sikh Research Institute. A research institute has been set up to impart knowledge of ancient Indian Dhamma script to the general public. Through them, online Dhammalipi classes are filled on WhatsApp.

Gokhalenagar
Maharashtra

Pali and Buddhist studies institute affiliated to Pune University.

 

See also: https://sites.google.com/site/puneipbs/

Klaipeda

Meditation centre with resident Buddhist nun

Introduction to Pali

During the Summer of 2020, Stephen Sas, a longtime Pali student of Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi conducted a series of 19 classes to lead students from the basic grammar to read simple Sutta in Pali.

Pali Level 1

A New Course in Reading Pali

This series of Pali Class was taught between January 2014 to August 2015. This is considered the level 2 study of Pali language. After working through Pali Primer, students can start to study “A New Course in Reading Pali” by James Gair & W.S. Karunatillake.

Reading the Buddha’s Discourses in Pali

At this level, we take short suttas from the Saṃyutta Nikāya and explain them word for word. The second part of each class takes verses from the Dhammapada and explains them line by line.

Pali Level 3

The aims, methods and rationales of the present Māgadhabhāsā (Pāḷi) grammar are as follows: (a) Lubricating access to the information contained in numerous modern Pāḷi grammars written in English by collating the dispersed material contained within them. People who wish to learn about grammatical rules and principles – either on a broader spectrum or at all – are compelled to track them down in the thicket of the widely scattered grammar inventories as separately given by the various available grammars. These works, mostly fine and outstanding works of scholarship in their own right, each individually often contain valuable data and perspectives not found in the other ones, and these are attempted to be distilled and presented with this Pāḷi grammar. (b) Facilitating identification of and providing explicit reference to most of the grammatical rules contained in the Kaccāyanabyākaraṇaṃ (Kaccāyana), the oldest extant Pāḷi grammar, as well as to selected ones from other traditional grammars.

Kampung Sungai Tiram
Johor

Santi Forest Monastery provides an avenue for the training of monastics and lay devotees committed to striving towards the path to Nibbāṇa; to accumulating and perfecting their Pāramī (Perfections) through the practice of Sīla (Precepts), Samādhi (Concentration) and Paññā (Wisdom).