(This is a sticky post, see newer posts below). A selection of contributions I have made to Buddhist Studies
A nearly complete list of documents on the Ancient Buddhist Texts website, in a table that can be filtered.
Publication of a collection of Pāli texts and translations covering the main topics found in the Dhamma.
Website with scans of the Pali texts in various scripts for the use of scholars and students.
A text and translation of an exceptionally fine collection of early Dharma teachings published on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
A different edition of the translation of the Dhammapada, together with extensive annotation discussing the text.
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.
Publication of the first images of the commentaries and auxiliary works on my website Sri Lankan Pali Texts
A short introduction to ola-leaf writing and an example which is published on Ancient Buddhist Texts.
Publication on Ancient Buddhist Texts of a reading in Pali of the important Mahasatipatthanasuttam.
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.
A new text and translation of an important section on Conditional Origination drawn from the Abhidhamma Vibhanga.
A Review of a new book by Ken and Visakha Kawasaki designed to provide readings while on pilgrimage in India, but which is much more than that.
A video based on a talk looking at the spread of Buddhist Civilisation throughout Asia from the earliest times till around 1,200 years after its beginning.