All the books in the Henri van Zeyst collection are now updated with new editions.
A publication of a revised translation of the Nikāya Sangrahawa, under the title The Theravāda Lineage.
A German translation of recollections of Ven. Ñāṇavimala’s life, practice and teachings is now available online.
Publication of Hermann Oldenberg’s text and translation of the earliest Chronicle of the Sasana.
Publication of B C Law’s book On the Chronicles of Ceylon on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
Website with scans of the Pali texts in various scripts for the use of scholars and students.
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.
Publication of the first images of the commentaries and auxiliary works on my website Sri Lankan Pali Texts
Seven new works, both introductory and expository, added to the Henri van Zeyst Archives.
The calendars for the 2016 uposatha ceremonies as held in the main traditions.
Photographs from a newly developed forest meditation centre in Sri Lanka.
Photographs from a previously inaccessible pilgrimage centre in Sri Lanka.
A set of photographs from a beautiful meditation centre set in a grove in northern Sri Lanka published on Photo Dharma website.
A short introduction to ola-leaf writing and an example which is published on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
An illustrated and annotated talk given at the June Full Moon describing the background to the introduction of Buddhism to Sri Lanka by Arahats Mahinda and Sanghamitta.
An annotated video recording of a talk about the Buddhist ideal of peacemaking in times of war.
An illustrated talk on the early Buddhist legends of Sri Lanka, covering the three journeys of Lord Buddha to the Island, the origin of the Sinhala peoples, and the significance of the legends.
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.