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LESSON 77 Thus spoke Ambedkar-Last Message to the people-”Whatever I have done, I have been able to do after passing through crushing miseries and endless struggle all my life and fighting with my opponents. With great difficulty I have brought this caravan where it is seen today. Let the caravan march on despite the hurdles that may come in its way. If my lieutenants are not able to take the caravan ahead they should leave it there, but in no circumstances should they allow the caravan to go back. This is the message to my people.”BUDDHA RECITATION PART II 02 11 2010 FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY-Anyone Can Attain Eternal Bliss Just Visit:http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org that is part of the MARCH of the CARAVAN from PRABUDDHA BHARATH to PRABUDDHA UNIVERSE for “Sarvjan Hitay and Sarvajan Sukhay” i.e., for the Welfare and Happiness of Entire People & all Sentient and Non-Sentient beings-Thoughts give joy when they speak or act. Joy follows them like a shadow that never leaves them. - Buddha-BUDDHA (EDUCATE)! DHAMMA (MEDITATE)! SANGHA (ORGANISE)!-DOM IS POWER
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Thoughts give joy when they speak or act. Joy follows them like a shadow that never leaves them. - Buddha

BUDDHA (EDUCATE)!               DHAMMA (MEDITATE)!             SANGHA (ORGANISE)!

WISDOM          IS         POWER

Awakened One Shows the Path to Attain Ultimate Bliss

COMPUTER IS AN ENTERTAINMENT INSTRUMENT!

INTERNET!

IS

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TO BE MOST APPROPRIATE!

Using such an instrument

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The teachings of Buddha are eternal, but even then Buddha did not proclaim them to be infallible. The religion of Buddha has the capacity to change according to times, a quality which no other religion can claim to have…Now what is the basis of Buddhism? If you study carefully, you will see that Buddhism is based on reason. There is an element of flexibility inherent in it, which is not found in any other religion.

§  Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar , Indian scholar, philosopher and architect of Constitution of India, in his writing and speeches

I.
KAMMA

REBIRTH

AWAKEN-NESS 

BUDDHA

THUS COME ONE

DHAMMA

II.
ARHAT

FOUR HOLY TRUTHS

EIGHTFOLD PATH

TWELVEFOLD CONDITIONED ARISING

BODHISATTVA

PARAMITA

SIX PARAMITAS

III.

SIX SPIRITUAL POWERS

SIX PATHS OF REBIRTH

TEN DHARMA REALMS

FIVE SKANDHAS

EIGHTEEN REALMS

FIVE MORAL PRECEPTS

IV.

MEDITATION

MINDFULNESS

FOUR APPLICATIONS OF MINDFULNESS

LOTUS POSTURE

SAMADHI

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FOUR JHANAS

FOUR FORMLESS REALMS

V.

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MAHAYANA AND HINAYANA COMPARED

PURE LAND

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EIGHT CONSCIOUSNESSES

ONE HUNDRED DHARMAS

EMPTINESS

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BUDDHA RECITATION PART II

http://www.buddhanet.net/audio-chant.htm

BuddhaNet Audio Buddhist ChantingBuddhaNet AudioThis is an offering of a selection of Buddhist Chanting. Eventually we hope it will represent devotional and sutra chanting from all Buddhist traditions. If you have any quality audio material to contribute to this section (especially Tibetan), it would be much appreciated. Please email:webmaster.



How to Download Files: click right mouse button on the links then select the “Save Target As” option.

• Chinese Pureland Chants (MP3 Files)

Click Here to Download ]

• Pali Devotional Chanting (MP3 Files)

Compiled and recited by Venerable Indaratana Maha Thera
Mp3 01-chant-01.mp3
174 KB
Introduction
Mp3 02-chant-02.mp3
75 KB
Buddhabhivadana - Salutation to the Buddha.
Mp3 03-chant-03.mp3
142 KB
Tri-Sarana - The Three Refuges.
Mp3 04-chant-04.mp3
120 KB
Panca Sila - The Five Precept.
Mp3 05-chant-05.mp3
210 KB
Buddha Vandana - Homage to the Buddha.
Mp3 06-chant-06.mp3
201 KB
Dhamma Vandana - Homage to the Doctrine.
Mp3 07-chant-07.mp3
306 KB
Sangha Vandana - Homage to the Disciples of the Buddha.
Mp3 08-chant-08.mp3
57 KB
Cetiya Vandana - Salutation to the Pagodas.
Mp3 09-chant-09.mp3
264 KB
Bodhi Vandana - Salutation to the Bodhi Tree.
Mp3 10-chant-10.mp3
56 KB
Padipa Puja - Offering of Lights.
Mp3 11-chant-11.mp3
56 KB
Sugandha Puja - Offering of Incense.
Mp3 12-chant-12.mp3
111 KB
Puppha Puja - Offering of Flowers.
Mp3 13-chant-13.mp3
268 KB
Anumodana - Transference of Merits to all Celestial Beings.
Mp3 14-chant-14.mp3
78 KB
Patti Dana - Transference of Merits to Departed Relatives.
Mp3 15-chant-15.mp3
55 KB
Patthana - Aspiration.
Mp3 16-chant-16.mp3
65 KB
Khamayacana - Forgiveness of Faults.
Mp3 17-chant-17.mp3
695 KB
Mangala Sutta - The Discourse on Blessings.
Mp3 18-chant-18.mp3
1,155 KB
Ratana Sutta - The Discourse on Jewels
Mp3 19-chant-19.mp3
456 KB
Metta Sutta - The Discourse on Loving-kindness.
Mp3 20-chant-20.mp3
1,185 KB
Maha Jayamangala Gatha - Great Verses of Joyous Victory.
The accompanying text ‘Vandana: Pali Devotional Chanting and Hymns ‘ is available in the BuddhaNet eBook Library :
Download PDF vandana02.pdf [726 KB]
 
 Pali Devotional Hymns (MP3 Files)
Sung by Visarad Srima Ratnayaka
Mp3 01-hymn-01.mp3
235 KB
Introduction.
Mp3 02-hymn-02.mp3
761 KB
Nava Guna Gatha - The Nine Virtues of the Buddha.
Mp3 03-hymn-03.mp3
573 KB
Narasiha Gatha - Stanzas of the Lion of Men.
Mp3 04-hymn-04.mp3
666 KB
Paticca-samuppada - Reflection on the Wheel of Life.
Mp3 05-hymn-05.mp3
1,492 KB
Jayamangala Gatha - Stanzas of Victory and Blessings.
Mp3 06-hymn-06.mp3
302 KB
Caturarakkha Bhavana - Four Protective Meditations (Summary)
Mp3 07-hymn-07.mp3
216 KB
Chattamanavaka Gatha - Stanzas of the Triple Gem.
Selected verses from the Dhammapada
08-hymn-08.mp3
3,071 KB
Forty-six Verses.

The accompanying text ‘Vandana: Pali Devotional Chanting and Hymns’ is available in the BuddhaNet eBook Library :
Download PDF vandana02.pdf [726 KB]
 

 The Buddhist Society of Western Australia Chanting Book (MP3 Files)
Mp3 chanting.zip
07 KB
Text of Pali Chanting - with English translations.
Mp3 1_chanting.mp3
2.4 MB
1. Dedication of Offerings. (NB: large file)
Mp3 2_chanting.mp3
600 KB
2. Preliminary Homage.  
Mp3 3_chanting.mp3
750 KB
3. Recollection of the Buddha.
Mp3 4_chanting.mp3
620 KB
4. Recollection of the Dhamma. 
Mp3 5_chanting.mp3
1.4 MB

5. Recollection of the Sangha.

Mp3 6_chanting.mp3
3.5 MB
6. The Metta Sutta: The Buddha’s Words on Loving-kindness.
Mp3 7_chanting.mp3
5.1 MB

7. The Refuges and Precepts. (NB: large file size)

 
• Magnetic Buddha Dharma Chanting - Pali/English (MP3 Files)
Mp3 01_mbdc.mp3
1,643 KB
1. Homage.
Mp3 02_mbdc.mp3
2,264 KB
2. The Three Refuges.
Mp3 03_mbdc.mp3
4,321 KB
3. The Three Jewels.
Mp3 04_mbdc.mp3
3,195 KB
4. Revering the Buddha.
Mp3 05_mbdc.mp3
3,891 KB
5. Revering the Triple Gem.
Mp3 06_mbdc.mp3
3,076 KB
6. Loving-Kindness.
Mp3 07_mbdc.mp3
3,810 KB
7. Spreading Loving-Kindness.
Mp3 08_mbdc.mp3
3,866 KB
8. Verses of Protection.
Mp3 09_mbdc.mp3
4,884 KB
9. The Five Recollections.
Mp3 10_mbdc.mp3
3,465 KB
10. The Ten Perfections.
Mp3 11_mbdc.mp3
5,786 KB
11. Good Wishes.
Mp3 12_mbdc.mp3
1,492 KB
12. Dedication of Merit.
 
 Vietnamese Chanting - Sino-Vietnamese (MP3 Files)
Mp3 vietchant01.mp3
2.921 KB
The Early Morning Great Bell Verse. (NB: large file size)
Mp3 vietchant02.mp3
4.067 KB
The Prayer for Harmony and Peace. (NB: large file size)
 
 Pureland Chanting - Chinese (MP3 Files)
Mp3 Namo Amituofo.mp3
281 KB
Chant of Amitabha Buddha: Namo Amituofo!
Mp3 Namo Amitabha .mp3
5,075 KB
Namo Amitabha. (NB: large file size)
 
 Chanting Om Mani Padme Hum - Chinese (MP3 Files)
Mp3 OmManiPadeHum .mp3
2,017 KB
Om Mani Padme Hum
Mp3 OmManiPadeHum.mp3
21,355 KB
Om Mani Padme Hum. (NB: very large file size)
 
 Chanting of Nichiren Buddhism (MP3 Files)
Mp3 nam_myoho.mp3 2.201 KB Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo.
Mp3 nichiren_gong.mp3 3.224 KB Nam Myoho Renge Kyo/recitation 2nd/16th chap. Lotus Sutra

»  Text of the Nichiren Chanting.

 
 Pali Buddhist Chanting - Thai Style (MP3 Files)
From Wat Luang Phor Sodh Dhammakayaram, Thailand. Chanting Leader: Phra Bhavana Visutthikhun, abbot.
Mp3 Namo3refuges.mp3
201 KB
Namo tassa and The Three Refuges.
Mp3 Dhammachakka.mp3
2,139 KB
Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta (The Buddha’s First Sermon).
Thai Buddhist Devotional Chanting:
Mp3 1_Thai_chanting.mp3
1,991 KB
1. An Invitation to the Devas.
Mp3 2_Thai_chanting.mp3
1,554 KB
2. Anussarana Patha chant.  
Mp3 3_Thai_chanting.mp3
1,773 KB
3. Buddha Jaya Mangala Gatha.
Mp3 4_Thai_chanting.mp3
1,356 KB
4. Chaya Paritta chant. 
Mp3 5_Thai_chanting.mp3
7,643 KB

5. Pali Tripitaka chant.

Mp3 6_Thai_chanting.mp3
2,640 KB
6. The Blessing chant.
Mp3 7_Thai_chanting.mp3
2,670 KB

7. Jinapanjara Gatha.

Mp3 8_Thai_chanting.mp3
3,670 KB
8. Devotional chant (1)
Mp3 9_Thai_chanting.mp3
3,649 KB
9. Devotional chant (2)
Phra Katha Chinabunchorn Mantra (wma file)
Mp3 Chinabunchorn Mantra.wma
321 KB
This is the greatest Katha mantra of all, Which Somdej To receive from an old scroll from Sri Lanka. The meaning of this Katha is great blessings and a chant for praying.
 
 Paritta Pali Chanting - Burmese Style (MP3 Files)
Chanted by Venerable Sayadaw U Silananda, Rector of the International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University in Myanmar.
Mp3 Introduction
3,323 KB
 
Mp3 01_Paritta Pali chant
7,031 KB
 
Mp3 02_Paritta Pali chant
8,870 KB
 
Mp3 03_Paritta Pali chant
18,258 KB
 
Mp3 04_Paritta Pali chant
6,976 KB
 
Mp3 05_Paritta Pali chant
4,753 KB
 
Mp3 06_Paritta Pali chant
4,949 KB
 
Mp3 07_Paritta Pali chant
3,529 KB
 
Mp3 08_Paritta Pali chant
16,525 KB
 
Mp3 09_Paritta Pali chant
15,863 KB
 
Mp3 10_Paritta Pali chant
2,070 KB
 
Mp3 11_Paritta Pali chant
5,707 KB
 
Mp3 12_Paritta Pali chant
11,884 KB
 
 
 Buddhist Mantras (WAV Format Files)
WAV omm.wav
92 KB
Mantra: OM MANI PADME HUM (Tibetan Buddhist)
WAV amtb8.wav
882 KB
Name of Amitabha Buddha: NAMO AMITABHA (Pure Land)
WAV gelug_chant.wav
55 KB
Chanting by Tibetan monks in the Gelugpa tradition.
 



RealAudio Files:
RealAudio Karaniya Metta Sutta (1, 078 KB) 56K modem
  Pali chanting by the Thai monks of Wat Buddharangsee, Sydney, with English translation.
RealAudio The Chant of Metta ( 2,265 KB) 56K modem
  The Chant of Metta - a musical rendition by Imee Ooi.

 

 

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