Publication on the Ancient Buddhist Texts website of EW Burlingame’s translation of over 200 Buddhist Parables from the Pāli tradition.
Publication of the first images of the commentaries and auxiliary works on my website Sri Lankan Pali Texts
A new publication of an important doctrinal discourse of the Buddha and its traditional commentary on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
A new edition of the traditional monastic reflections of robes, almsfood, dwellings and medicine, together with a version for lay people also.
A new page for unedited transcripts and over 100 hours of recordings of Acarya Godwin Samararatne.
A useful new addition to my Guide to Pali Grammar.
Seven new works, both introductory and expository, added to the Henri van Zeyst Archives.
A new website to house writings and other materials for the radical writings on Buddhism of Nalin Swaris.
A new study and listing of the parallels to the Pali Dhammapada found in the Canon and in other MIA languages.
A new website for translations of Ven Aśvaghoṣa’s Buddhacarita and Saudarananda by Mike Cross, together with his commentary on the texts.
A new website dedicated to the poems and thoughts of the American monk Ven. Moneyya.
A new website to house the teachings and paintings of the great German monk Bhikkhu Sumedha.
An introduction to a new website of texts on Theravāda Buddhism by the great Dutch author Henri van Zeyst.
Publication of Prof. Burlingame’s long and useful Introductory essay to his translation of the Dhammapada commentary.
A story from the Dhammapada Commentary retelling the Life of the Buddha and his Two Chief Disciples, and also past life aspirations of other disciples.
Publication on Ancient Buddhist Texts of the complete translation of the 300 stories of the Dhammapada Commentary by Prof. Burlingame.
A short introduction to ola-leaf writing and an example which is published on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
Glimpses of the life of Ven. Ñāṇavimala by someone who knew him from the 60s up and till he passed away in 2005.
New material featuring talks by Acarya Godwin Samararatne at the evening meetings, and also discussions and chanting; the poems were written by meditators at Nilambe expressing their thoughts and feelings.