A text and translation of an exceptionally fine collection of early Dharma teachings published on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
Publication of a work summarising one of the most important works in the Early Buddhist tradition.
A different edition of the translation of the Dhammapada, together with extensive annotation discussing the text.
A new website dedicated to the autobiography of Ven. Rerukane Candavimala in which he talks about his life and work.
Publication of the Sinhala script Pali Commentaries online for the first time.
Publication of From the Living Fountains of Buddhism by Prof. Ananda Guruge giving details of contacts between Sri Lanka and Western scholars in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The story of the Buddha’s striving, Awakening, and the beginning of his teaching career in his own words, compiled from various discourses.
A new chanting book is published on the Ancient Buddhist Texts website meant specifically for meditators.
A publication of the finest guide to Pāli syntax, which was written by Prof. Wijesekera, on the Ancient Buddhist Texts website.
Publication of a text, translation and major commentary on the central prosody used in the Pali tradition.
A publication in hard and soft copy of the Sinhala translation of A Buddhist Perspective on Pain, Stress and Illness by Ven Sumedha.
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.