A German translation of recollections of Ven. Ñāṇavimala’s life, practice and teachings is now available online.
A new website dedicated to the autobiography of Ven. Rerukane Candavimala in which he talks about his life and work.
A publication in hard and soft copy of the Sinhala translation of A Buddhist Perspective on Pain, Stress and Illness by Ven Sumedha.
A new edition of the traditional monastic reflections of robes, almsfood, dwellings and medicine, together with a version for lay people also.
The calendars for the 2016 uposatha ceremonies as held in the main traditions.
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.
A new website to house sub-sites for various projects I have been involved in.
Publication of photographs of a large collection of Bhikkhu Sumedha’s paintings on the Photo Dharma website.
Photographs from a newly developed forest meditation centre in Sri Lanka.
Glimpses of the life of Ven. Ñāṇavimala by someone who knew him from the 60s up and till he passed away in 2005.
An annotated video recording of a talk about the Buddhist ideal of peacemaking in times of war.
A recording of Bodhi Puja led by Bhante Anandajoti, recorded at the Bodhi Lankarama Buddhist Temple. With text and translation in clear subtitles.
An illustrated recording of a talk I gave detailing the Life of Arahat Sariputta
A republication for free distribution of Bhikkhu Sumedha’s book: A Buddhist Perspective on Pain, Illness and Stress.
Some verses attributed to the Buddha in which he praises one of his Chief Disciples Sāriputta.
The great Sri Lankan scholar-monk Ven. Bhikkhu K. Nyanananda gives his reminiscences of the ascetic German monk Ven. Nyanavimala Mahathera, whom he knew from the 1960s.
The dates for the holding of the Patimokkha, the Rains Retreat and the Pavarana for the year 2015, in both Sri Lankan, Thai and Myanmar traditions.
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 text and translation of an important discourse in which the Buddha asks one of his senior disciples to give a teaching to five-hundred nuns, at the conclusion of which they all attained at least the level of Stream-Entry. Together with translations of the commentaries related to the discourse.