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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Publication on Ancient Buddhist Texts of a reading in Pali of the important Mahasatipatthanasuttam.
The hidden Karmavibhanga reliefs at Borobudur are now available on the Photo Dharma website
A translation of the commentarial explanation of the nine-fold division of the Buddha’s Teaching.
Text and Translation of a discourse the Buddha gave to educate people about the origin of conflict.
A large Temple complex featuring many unusual Thai folk-style reliefs of the Buddha in unusual postures.
Safeguard Recitals and Daily Chanting books now published in hard copy for free distribution.
Publication on Ancient Buddhist Texts of an important discourse in which the Buddha talks about his practice while a Bodhisatta, his Awakening and decision to teach.
Publication of photos from a visit to Wat Yannanva in Bangkok, which has many fine statues and a large collection of relics.
A video with a reading and flipbook presentation of The Life of the Victorious Buddha, a medieval poem relating the Buddha biography in the Theravada tradition.
Painting of Ven Sanghamitta ordaining Queen Anula, with extracts from their stories.
The origin of the idea of the Bodhisatta in the Theravada Tradition, how the idea was developed until it became a central part of the teaching in the early medieval period, and a look at the influence the teaching had on the Theravada countries.