Publication of the story of the great Tamil bhiksuni Manimekhalai and her good deeds on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
A publication on Ancient Buddhist texts of the Stories of the Nuns the Buddha named as foremost in one skill or another. From the Anguttaranikaya and its Commentary.
I recently completed work on the translation of three discourses from the Anguttaranikāya along with a complete translation of their commentaries, which are now published on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
A short illustrated talk on the significance of the Full Moon Day in December.
Publication of a table listing the 100+ known nun disciples of the Buddha, and where their teachings are recorded in the Discourse Collection of the Pāli Canon.
Publication of a text for which the Arahat nun Khemā was placed at the foremost levels of great wisdom, through her profound understanding of deep questions and her exposition of their meaning, which are recorded in this discourse.
A Brief Discourse hearing which the Buddha’s Aunt and Step-Mother, Mahāpajāpatī Gotamī attains Liberation.
Publication of a major discourse (MN 44) in which Visakha questions his ex-wife the Arahat Nun Dhammadinna on Dhamma. Together with the commentarial introduction.
Two teachings on the nature of the body given to the nun Nandā by the Buddha.
An Audio Flipbook of the Arahat Sanghamittā’s Story is now published on YouTube.
Painting of Ven Sanghamitta ordaining Queen Anula, with extracts from their stories.
Publication of a new book about the great Arahat Bhikkhuni Sanghamitta.
A video illustrating the growth of the Magadhan Empire and the Missions sent out by King Asoka with special reference to Sri Lanka.
Photographs from Wat Thepthidaram, which Rama III built for his Daughter, Princess Wilat, and features 52 bhikkhuni statues; and Wat Ratchanadda built for his Grand-Daughter which houses the Brazen Palace.
Publication of a text and translation of the Bhikhhunīsaṁyuttaṁ which contains some very profound teachings, in various formats, including audio.
A Dhamma talk about the original intentions behind the organisation of the Buddhist community, how that has changed over time, and the benefits there would be in returning to the Buddha’s original intentions.