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Yo ca
vassasatam jive
apassam dhammamuttamam
Ekaham jivitam seyyo
passato dhammamuttamam
(Dhammapada, 115)
Though
one should live a hundred years
not seeing Dhamma supreme,
yet better is life for a single day
seeing Dhamma supreme.



What is Buddhism? (Buddhist
Society of Western Australia)

Buddhism in a Nutshell. Venerable Narada
Mahathera

Basic Buddhism - A Modern Introduction to the Buddha’s
Teaching
. V. A. Gunasekara

What is Theravada
Buddhism?
John Bullitt
What is Theravada? Maung Kyauk Seinn
Theravada - Mahayana Buddhism. Venerable W.
Rahula Mahathera
What is Theravada Buddhism? V. A. Gunasekara

Theravada Buddhism in
Vietnam
. Binh Anson

1. Books:

(*)
Chanting Book (with accompanied sound files). The Buddhist Society of
Western Australia

(*) Buddhist Dictionary - Manual of
Buddhist Terms and Doctrines. Venerable Nyanatiloka Mahathera
(*) Concise Pali-English Buddhist
Dictionary. Venerable Buddhadatta Mahathera
(*) Concise
Pali-Vietnamese Buddhist Dictionary. Venerable Buu-Chon Mahathera  
(*) English-Pali Dictionary. Metta Net,
Sri Lanka. 
(*) Small Pali-English Glossary of
Buddhist Terms. Bhikkhu Bodhi


(*) Word of the Buddha. Venerable Nyanatiloka
Mahathera

(*) What Buddhists Believe. Venerable
K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera

(*)
Human Life and Problems. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda
Mahathera

(*) The Buddha and His Teachings.
Venerable Narada Mahathera

(*)
The Noble Eightfold Path: The Way to the End of Suffering. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Eightfold Path for the Housholder. Ten
Talks by Jack Kornfield
(*) Eight Talks on Vipassana Meditation. Sayadaw
U Janaka

(*) Mindfulness in Plain English.
Venerable H.
Gunaratana Mahathera

(*) Living Meditation, Living Insight. Dr.
Thynn Thynn

(*) The Jhanas in Theravada Buddhist
Meditation. Venerable H. Gunaratana Mahathera.
(*) A Swift Pair of Messengers. Bhikkhu
Sujato.


(*) Right View - The Sammaditthi Sutta and
its Commentary. Translated by Bhikkhu Nanamoli, edited and revised
by Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Gentle Way of Buddhist Meditation -
Dhamma Talks by Godwin Samararatne, Hongkong, 1997
(*) Beyond Belief. A. L. De Silva

(*)
Good Question, Good Answer. Bhikkhu S. Dhammika
(*) A Young People’s Life of the Buddha. Bhikkhu
Silacara
(*) The Life of the Buddha. Radhika
Abeysekera

(*) Relatives and Disciples of the Buddha. Radhika
Abeysekera

(*)
The Abhidharma. Peter Della Santina
(*) Abhidhamma in daily
life. Nina Van Gorkom

(*) The Mind in Early Buddhism. Venerable
Thich Minh-Thanh.

(*)
Here and Now - A Series of 10 Dhamma Talks. Ayya Khema.

(*) All of Us -
Beset by Birth, Decay and Death - A Series of 12 Dhamma Talks. Ayya
Khema.

(*) Beginnings: The Pali sutras. Samanera
Bodhesako.

(*) Living Dhamma - A Collection of 7
Talks. Venerable Ajahn Chah. 
(*)


Key to Liberation and The Path to Peace - Talks on Dhamma Practice.
Venerable Ajahn Chah.
(*) The Concept of Personality
Revealed Through The Pancanikaya. Venerable Thich Chon-Thien. 
(*) Starting Out Small - A Collection
of Talks for Beginning Meditators. Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo.
(*) A Discourse on
Paticcasamuppada (Dependent Origination). Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw. 
 
(*) A Discourse on
Malukyaputta Sutta. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw. 
(*) Handbook for Mankind. Bhikkhu
Buddhadasa.
(*) The Coming Buddha, Ariya
Metteyya. Sayagyi U Chit Tin.

(*)
Buddhism as the Foundation of Science. Bhikkhu Prayudh Payutto
(*) Buddhist Outlook on Daily Life. Nina
van Gorkom
(*) Essential Themes of Buddhist Lectures.
Venerable Sayadaw Ashin U Thittila 
(*) Seeing the way. Various Western disciples of Venerable Ajahn Chah.

(*) A Technique of Living. Leonard A. Bullen.

(*) Milindapanha and Nagasenabhikshu Sutra -
A Comparative Study. Bhikkhu Thich Minh Chau.
(*) Catupatisambhida in Theravada Buddhism
(The Fourfold Analytical Knowledge In Pali Literature). Bhikkhu
Kusalaguna.

2. Suttas (Discourses):

(*) Overview of
the Pali Canon. Venerable Narada Mahathera
(*) Pali Text Society: Information on Pali
Literature and Publications
(*) The Buddhist Scriptures. Sayadaw U
Sobhana

(*) Guide to the Tipitaka.
U Ko Lay
(*) List of Commentaries to the Tipitaka.
(*) Beyond the Tipitaka - A Field Guide to Post-canonical Pali Literature.
John Bullitt
(*) Chronology of the Pali Canon.
Bimala Churn Law.
(*) How old is the Suttapitaka? The relative
value of textual and epigraphical sources for the study of early Indian
Buddhism. Alexander Wynne.

(*) Setting the
Wheel of Dhamma in Motion
(*) The Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold
Path
(*) The Noble Eightfold Path
(*) The Abhidhamma Philosophy: Its Estimation in
the Past and its value for the Present. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahathera

(*) The
Majjhima Nikaya
(Collection of Middle Length Discourses): 152 suttas, translated
by Sister Upalavanna.
(*) Dhammapada Stories,
translated by Daw Mya Tin.
(*) The Mahavamsa - The Great Chronicle of Lanka
from 6th Century BC to 4th Century AD. Translated by Wilhelm Geiger.

(*) Greater
Discourse on Foundations of Mindfulness
(*) Discourse on Mindfulness of Breathing (Ananda
Sutta)
(*) Discourse on Mindfulness of Breathing
(Anapanasati Sutta)
(*) Discourse on Mindfulness Immersed in the Body
(Kayagata-sati Sutta)
(*) Factors of Concentration
(*) Four Grounds of Mindfulness (Nian Chu Jing,
Chinese Madhyama-Agama)
(*) One Way in (Yi Ru Dao Jing, Chinese
Ekottara-agama)
(*) The Path to Enlightenment - Extracts from
the Suttas

(*) The
Eight-Precept Observance. Somdet Phra Buddhaghosacariya (Nanavara Thera)
(*) The 5 Precepts. BuddhaDharma web site
(*) Discipline and Conventions of
Theravada Buddhist Renunciate Communities - A Guide for the Western
Sangha
(*) The Bhikkhus’ Rules: FAQs. Bhikkhu
Ariyesako
(*) The ordination procedures and some Vinaya
rules. Chanmyay Sayadaw Ashin Janakabhivamsa.

(*) Bhikkhuni
Patimokkha - English translation.

(*) A Life Free from Money: Information about the
Money Rules for Buddhist Monks and Nuns. Bhikkhu Dhamminda.


(*)
Understanding Vinaya. Ajahn Chah
(*) Vinaya: Ownership and Administration of
Monasteries. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: Monks and Money. Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: The Four Disrobing Offences. Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: Wrong Livelihood. Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: Ordination of Women. Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: Monks and Women, Nuns and Men. Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: May a monk act as a doctor? Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: The Ordination Ceremony of a Monk. Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: What the Buddha said about eating
meat. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: The time and place for eating. Ajahn
Brahmavamso.

(*)
Last days of the Buddha. Binh Anson
(*) Twenty Difficult Things
(*) Discourse on the Future Dangers
(*) Discourse on Dhamma Investigation: Kalama
Sutta
(*) A look at the Kalama Sutta. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Shorter Discourse on Voidness
(Culasunnata Sutta - Majjhima Nikaya 121) . Translated by Bhikkhu
Nyanamoli
and also by Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Subha, The Enlightened Nun. Panadure
Vajira Dasasilmatha

(*) Similes of the Raft and the Snake-catcher
(Alagaddupama Sutta, Majjhima Nikaya). Venerable Henepola Gunaratana
Mahathera

(*) Samadhi Sutta - Concentration (Tranquillity
and Insight)
(*) Culavedalla Sutta - The Shorter Set of
Questions-and-Answers.
(*) The Four Foundations of Mindfulness: A
Summary. Venerable Sayadaw U Sīlānanda.

(*)
Aditta-pariyaya Sutta - The Fire Sermon
(*) Khuddakapatha - The Short Passages
(*) Metta Sutta (Discourse on Loving-kindness ). U
Nandiya

(*) Selections from the Sutta Nipata. (Translated
from the Pali by John D. Ireland)
(*) The Living Message of the Dhammapada. Bhikkhu
Bodhi
 
(*) The Sutra on Knowing the Better Way to Live
Alone. Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh
(*) The Buddha’s Advice to Meghiya (Meghiya
Sutta). Sister Ajahn Candasiri
(*) The Questions of King
Milinda (Selected Passages) 
(*) The Buddha’s advice on the Path. Extracts
from the Sutta Pitaka

(*) The Buddha’s general advice to lay followers.
Extracts from the Sutta Pitaka
(*) On the Ariyaavaasa Sutta (Discourse
on the Abode of the Noble Ones). Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw.

(*)
How old is the Suttapitaka? The relative value of textual and epigraphical
sources for the study of early Indian Buddhism. Alexander Wynne.

(*) The Home of Pali.

U Razinda.
(*)

The Advent of Pali Literature in Thailand. Ven. H. Saddhatissa.

3. Meditation:

(*)
8 Talks on Vipassana Meditation. Sayadaw U Janaka
(*) Introduction to Insight Meditation. Amaravati
Buddhist Centre, U.K
.
(*) Mindfulness with Breathing. Buddhadasa
Bhikkhu

(*) Insight Meditation - Basic and progressive
stages. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw
(*) Practical Advice for Meditators. Bhikkhu
Khantipalo
.
(*)
The Anapanasati Sutta — A
Practical Guide to Midfulness of Breathing and Tranquil Wisdom Meditation.
Bhikkhu Vimalaramsi.
(*) The Bare-Bones Instructions to “Mindfulness
of Breathing”, taken from the Anapanasati Sutta, #118 in the Majjhima
Nikaya. Bhikkhu Vimalaramsi.

(*)
The Basic Method of Meditation. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Travelogue to the four jhanas. Ajahn
Brahmavamso
(*) Satipatthana: The Fourfold Focus od
Mindfulness. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) The Five Hindrances (Nivarana). Ajahn
Brahmavamso
(*) Using non-self to let go. Ajahn
Brahmavamso
(*) Deep insight. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Meditation: The Heart of Buddhism.
Ajahn Brahmavamso
 
(*) The quality of mindfulness. Ajahn
Brahmavamso
(*) Using variety to “freshen up” our
meditation. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Joy at last to know there is no happiness
in the world. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) The bliss of letting go. Ajahn
Brahmavamso 
(*) The ending of things - A discourse on
“non-self”. Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) Buddhism, The only real science. Ajahn
Brahmavamso.
(*) Cultivate Tranquility, Harvest Insight.
Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) Practising In The World. Ajahn
Brahmavamso.
(*) Bāhiya’s Teaching: In the Seen is just the
Seen. Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) I know, but I don’t know: The contemplation
of death. Ajahn Brahmavamso.

(*)
The Path to Peace. Ajahn Chah.
(*) A Gift of Dhamma. Ajahn Chah.

(*) Samma Samadhi — Detachment Within Activity.

Ajahn Chah.


(*) Buddho. Phra Ajahn Thate Desaransi
(*) Eight Types of Knowledge. Ajahn Lee
Dhammadharo
.
(*)
Tranquillity and Insight. Ajahn Maha Boowa Nanasampanno. Translated
by Bhikkhu Thanissaro.


(*) The Wisdom of Samadhi. Ajahn Pannavaddho
(*) Timeless and True. Ajahn Fuang Jotiko
(*) Crossing the Ocean of Life. Ajahn Lee
Dhammadharo
(*) The Fundamentals of Meditation.
Ajahn Plien Panyapatipo
(*) Simply So. Dhamma Teachings of Luang
Poo Sim Buddhacaro

(*) Ajahn’s Sao Teaching

(*) Jhanas, Concentration, and Wisdom. Bhikkhu
Thanissaro
(*) The Path of Concentration and
Mindfulness. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) One Tool Among Many — The Place of Vipassana
in Buddhist Practice. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Using meditation to deal with Pain, Illness
and Death. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) A Guided Meditation. Bhikkhu
Thanissaro

(*) Basic Breath Meditation Instructions. Bhikkhu
Thanissaro.

(*) Jhana Not by
the Numbers.
Bhikkhu
Thanissaro.

(*)
Noticing space. Ajahn Sumedho.
(*) Only one breath. Ajahn Sumedho.
(*) Samatha and Vipassana Meditation.
Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Right attitude of acceptance. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*)
The Mystery of the Breath Nimitta, or The Case of the Missing Simile. Bhikkhu
Sona
(*) Meditation of the Breath. Ajahn
Pasanno

(*) A Fistful of Sand. Ajahn Suwat Suvaco
(*) Right Attitude. Ajahn Suwat Suvaco
(*) Disenchantment. Ajahn Suwat Suvaco
(*) Right Concentration. Ajahn Suwat
Suvaco.

(*) Samadhi for Liberation. Ajahn Anan
Akincano.

(*)
Upasika Kee Nanayon and the Social Dynamic of  Theravadin Buddhist
Practice. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Condensed Breath Meditation. Kor
Khao Suan Luang (Kee Nanayon)

(*) Breath Meditation Condensed. Upasika Kee
Nanayon
(*) Looking inward. Upasika Kee Nanayon
(*) Reading the Mind. Upasika Kee
Nanayon


(*) Contemplation of Feelings. Venerable Nyanaponika
Mahathera

(*)
Benefits of Long-term Meditation. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) Sati - Mindfulness. Bhante H.
Gutanaratana

(*) Mindfulness of Feeling. Bhante H.
Gunaratana
(*) Practical Vipassana. Bhante H.
Gunaratana

(*)
Instructions to Insight meditation. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw
(*) Satipatthana and Vipassana Meditation. Venerable
Mahasi Sayadaw

(*) Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw - A Biographical
Sketch
(*) The Benefits of Walking Meditation. Sayadaw
U Silananda

(*) Introduction to Vipassana Meditation. Sayadaw
U Silananda
(*) Meditation Instructions (For
Loving-kindness Meditation and Vipassana Meditation). Sayadaw U
Silananda

(*) The Four Foundations of Mindfulness (A
Summary). Sayadaw U Silananda

(*) Access and Fixed Concentration. Bhikkhu
Sujivo
(*) Conceit and Meditation. Bhikkhu
Sujivo
(*)
Meditating at Home. Bhikkhu Pannyavaro
(*) Anapana Sati: Meditation on Breathing. Mahathera
Nauyane Ariyadhamma


(*) Practical Guidelines for Vipassana. Ayya
Kheminda

(*) The Meditative Mind. Ayya Khema.

(*) Meditating on No-Self. Ayya Khema.


(*) Basic Insight Meditation. Compiled by Derek
Leong

(*)
The Benefits of Meditations and Sacrifice. Aung San Suu Kyi
(*) Working with Anger. Michelle McDonald
(*) Mindfulness and Compassion. Adrian Bint
(*) Introduction to Mental Culture. Buddhist
Cultural Center, Sri Lanka

(*) Buddhist Meditation. Francis Story
(*) Children’s Direct Seeing. Dr. Thynn Thynn
(*) Even the Best Meditators Have Old Wounds to
Heal. Jack Kornfield
(*) Experiences in Meditation. Chris Kang
(*) Beginning Insight Meditation. Dorothy
Figen

(*)
Control and freedom: The structure of Buddhist meditation in the Paali
suttas. Donald K. Swearer
(*) The Universal Teaching of the Buddha.
S.N. Goenka

(*) Don’t You Teach Buddhism? An Interview
with S.N. Goenka.

(*)

Why Meditation isn’t Psychotherapy
.
Patrick Kearney

(*) A Buddhist Pilgrim’s Progress. Daw Khin
Myo Chit  
(*) Formless Meditation. A roundtable
discussion with Ajahn Sumedho, Patricia Dai-en Bennage, Tenzin Wangyal
Rinpoche and Gaylon Ferguson.
(*) The Bearable
Irritation of Being.

Ajahn Sumedho.


(*) Jhāna and Lokuttarajjhāna. Brahmāli Bhikkhu.



(*) Satipatthāna & Samādhi. Bhikkhu Bramāli.

(*) Sammasati: An Exposition of Right
Mindfulness.  Ven. P. A. Payutto.

(*) Toward a theory of the
relation between Tranquility and Insight. Ethan Mills.

4. Other Dhamma
Essays:

(*)
What is Buddhism? (Buddhist Society of W.A.)
(*) Questions and Answers on Buddhism. Yew
Han Hee
(1995)
(*) Introduction to Buddhism. Mike Butler
(*) What is Buddhism? U Thittila
(*) Basic Buddhism - A Modern Introduction to the
Buddha’s Teaching. V. A. Gunasekara
(*) Buddhism in a Nutshell.
Venerable Narada
Mahathera

(*) The Dhamma Tree. R.P. Hayes
(*) The Way of The Buddha. The Buddhist
Society, U.K.

(*) Buddhism 101 - Be a lamp upon yourself.
Phor Kark See Temple, Singapore
(*) Buddhism - An Introduction. Graeme Lyall
(*) What Buddhism is. U Ba Khin
(*) What is Theravada Buddhism? V. A.
Gunasekara

(*)
FAQs on Buddhist culture. BuddhaNet
(*) FAQs - Talk.Religion.Buddhism newsgroup. John
Kahila
(1996)

(*)
Sectarianism Disclaimer. S. Dharmamita
(*) Theravada and Mahayana. Venerable W.
Rahula Mahathera

(*) Mahayana, Hinayana, Theravada
(*) The myth of Hinayana. Kåre A. Lie
(*) Mahayana and Hinayana. Venerable
Abhinyana

(*)
Two Main Schools of Buddhism. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda
Mahathera

(*) The Bodhisattva Ideal in Theravada. Jeffrey
Samuels

(*) Theravada - Mahayana Buddhism. Venerable
W. Rahula Mahathera
(*) Bodhisattva Ideal in Buddhism. Venerable
W. Rahula Mahathera
(*) What is Theravada? Maung
Kyauk Seinn
(*) Brief History of the Great Councils.
Ministry of Religious Affairs, Myanmar
(*) Buddhist Councils. Venerable Rewata
Dhamma 

(*)
The Meaning of Puja (Offerings). Buddhist Society of Western Australia
(*) Puja. Ajahn Sucitto
(*) On Vesak Day 2541 (1997). Venerable Thich Bao Lac
(*) The Significance of Vesak. Bhikkhu
Mahinda

(*) Vesakha Puja. Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo
(*) Vassa (Rains Retreat) and Kathina (Robe
Offering) Ceremony

(*)
Environmental Protection. Venerable Thich Tri Quang (1996)
(*) Non-grasping and Deliverance from Suffering. Lieu
Phap

(*) Our Modern World’s Problems. Venerable Thich Bao Lac
(1996)
(*) Thao-Duong Zen School: The Zen-Pure Land
Union and Modern Vietnamese Buddhism. Venerable Thich Thien An
(*) Five principles for a new global moral
order. Venerable Thich Minh Chau 

(*)
On Vegetarianism. Compiled by Binh Anson
(*) What the Buddha said about eating meat. Ajahn
Brahmavamso

(*) Buddhism and Vegetarianism. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Buddhism and Vegetarianism: The Rationale for
the Buddha’s Views on the Consumption of Meat. V. A. Gunasekara
(*) Are you “Herbivore” or
“Carnivore”? Jan Sanjivaputta
(*) Vegetarianism. Venerable K. S.
Dhammananda Mahathera

(*)
Ajahn Chah’s Wisdom
(*) Right Practice — Steady Practice. Ajahn
Chah

(*) Our real home - A talk to an aging lay
disciple approaching death. Ajahn Chah
(*) Ajahn Chah Subhatto: An Appreciation
& Personal Recollection. Ajahn Khemadhammo
(*) Understanding Dukkha. Ajahn Chah.

(*)
Being nobody. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) Listening to Thought. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) Beyond the Self Position. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) The Human Family. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) Is Buddhism A Religion? Ajahn
Sumedho

(*) Ajahn Sumedho Interviewed. Interview by
Roger Wheeler

(*)
Going for Refuge. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) The Healing Power of the Precepts. Bhikkhu
Thanissaro

(*) Emptiness. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Affirming the Truths of the Heart - The
Buddhist Teachings on Samvega and Pasada. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) The road to Nirvana is paved with skillful
intentions. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Right speech. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) The Customs of the Noble Ones. Bhikkhu
Thanissaro

(*) A Question of Skill: An Interview with
Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
(*) Listen well. Ajahn Fuang Jotiko
(translated by Bhikkhu Thanissaro)
(*) It’s not about fatalism. Bhikkhu Thanissaro

(*) Putting the self aside.
Bhikkhu Thanissaro.
(*) Generosity First.
Bhikkhu Thanissaro.
(*) Admirable Friendship. Bhikkhu Thanissaro.

(*)
Message for a Globalized World. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Living Message of the Dhammapada. Bhikkhu
Bodhi

(*) Questions on Kamma. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Questions on Rebirth. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Tolerance and Diversity. Bhikkhu
Bodhi
(*) Two Faces of the Dhamma. Bhikkhu
Bodhi
(*) The Buddha & His Message - Past,
Present, and Future. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Promoting Buddhism in Europe. Bhikkhu
Bodhi
(*) The Case for Study. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) An Interview with Bhikkhu Bodhi. Bhikkhu
Kantasilo
(*) Climbing to the Top of
the Mountain. An interview with Bhikkhu Bodhi.
(*) The Jhānas and the Lay Disciple According to
the Pāli Suttas. Bhikkhu Bodhi.
(*) Translator for the Buddha: An Interview
with Bhikkhu Bodhi.

(*)
Emptiness and Pure Awareness. Ajahn Amaro
(*) Beyond Being and Non-Being. Ajahn Amaro
(*) In the Refuge of Sangha. Ajahn Amaro
(*) Spiritual Friendship. Ajahn Amaro
(*) The Lesser, The Greater, The Diamond and The
Way. Ajahn Amaro
(*) The Happy Monk: Ajahn Amaro on
Living Buddhism in the West
(*) Rugged Interdependency: Generosity in the
Land of the Individualist. Ajahn Amaro

(*) Gathering Together the Three Levels of
Truth. Ajahn Amaro.

(*) Escaping from Mara. Ajahn Amaro.
(*) A day in the life: A monk on Fearless
Mountain (Ajahn Amaro). Tony Anthony.




(*) The Four Parameters of Clinging. Ajahn
Pasanno.
(*) An Extraordinary Yet Ordinary Human Being.
Ajahn Pasanno.

(*)
Growth and development of Buddhist Organizations. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) Going upstream. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) Sex, Celebacy and the Spiritual life. Bhante
H. Gunaratana
(*) The Buddhist view of death - An
interview with Bhante Gunaratana. Samaneri Sudhamma and Margot Born.

(*) Do it yourself. Bhante H. Gunaratana.

(*)
The God-Idea. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) Leading a Buddhist Life. Venerable K. Sri
Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) Buddhism in the eyes of intellectuals. Venerable
K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) A happy married life. Venerable K.
Sri Dhammananda Mahathera

(*)
Is death really frightening? Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda
Mahathera

(*) Problems and Responsibilities.
Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) Buddhism for the future. Venerable K.
Sri Dhammananda Mahathera

(*)
Observing the problems in our lives. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Skillful means to reduce the power of
ill-will. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Getting to know the mind. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Nibbana and the Paradox of Happiness. Ajahn
Jagaro
(*) A Conversation with John Cianciosi
(formerly, Ajahn Jagaro)
.
(*) Death and Dying. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Compassion - The Natural Expression of
Awakening. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Beyond Boredom and Depression. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Anatta (Non-self) and Kamma (Karma): The Best
Kept Secret in the Universe. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Buddhism and God. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) True Freedom. Ajahn Jagaro.

(*)
Following the true Buddhist path
(*) The Prison of Life. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) Nibbana for Everyone. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) Forest Wat, Wild Monks. Bhikkhu
Buddhadasa
(*) Essential Points of Buddhist Teaching.
Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) Emptiness. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) The Undying. Ajahn Maha Boowa

(*)
On Making a Mistake. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Attachment. Ajahn Brahmavamvo
(*) The Meaning of Sangha. Ajahn
Brahmavamso
(*) In the Presence of Nibbana - Developing
Faith in the Buddhist Path to Enlightenment. Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) Growth of Buddhism in the West. Ajahn
Brahmavamso
(*) Living Meaningfully, Dying Joyfully.
Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) Paticca-samuppada - Dependent Origination.
Ajahn Brahamvamso.
(*) A Forest Monk and a Zen Roshi.
Ajahn Brahmavamso & Gil Alon, interviewed by Rachael Kohn.

(*) There are gods, miracles do happen.
Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) The Buddhist perspective. Ajahn
Brahmavamso.


(*) Practical Buddhism: Taking
responsibility for our lives. Ajahn Jayasaro
(*) Laying the Foundation for Social Action. Ajahn
Pasanno
(*) Going Forth. Ajahn Viradhammo
(*) Regret and Well Being. Bhikkhu
Munindo
(*) An Iridescence on the Water. Bhikkhu
Dhammavitakkho

(*) Practical Buddhism: Taking responsibility for
our lives. Ajahn Jayasaro

(*)
Fulfillment and Liberation. Ajahn Viradhammo
(*) Bringing the Teachings Alive. Ajahn
Viradhammo
(*) A Ripple in a Pond - An interview
with Ajahn Sucitto
(*) Origins and Decline: An Essay in
Buddhist Cosmology. Bhikkhu Punnadhammo
(*) The Spiritual Faculties. Ajahn
Nyanadhammo

(*) Making the Dhamma Your
Own. Ajahn Khamdee Pabhaso
(*) Who is the Buddha? Narada Mahathera
(*) Right Speech. Piyadassi Mahathera
(*) Practicing the Dhamma in Ordinary Life:
Generosity. Bhikkhu Yogavacara Rahula
(*) Is Theravada Buddhism for Arahatship Only?
Sayadaw U Silananda
(*) No inner core - Anatta. Sayadaw U
Silananda
(*) A talk of Kamma, Rebirth and Suffering. Sayadaw
U Silananda.  
(*) How to live a proper life. Takkasila
Ashin Sumangala

(*) Buddhist Theory of Kamma.
Venerable Narada Mahathera

(*)
Alayavijnana - Store Consciousness. Venerable Dr. Walpola Rahula
(*) Buddhism in the Western World. Venerable
Dr. Walpola Rahula

(*) One Vehicle for Peace. Ven. Dr. Walpola Rahula.
(*) Kathina Robe-Offering Ceremony:
Historical and Spiritual Significance. Bhikkhu Dhammasami
(*) The Practice of Chanting in Buddhism. Bhikkhu
Dhammasami
(*) Liberation - Relevance of Sutta-Vinaya. Bhikkhu
Dhammavuddho

(*) Only we can help ourselves. Bhikkhu
Dhammavuddho
(*) Living in the present. Venerable
Visuddhaacaara
(*) Sunyata, Emptiness and Self-emptying,
Kenosis. Venerable Rewata Dhamma  
(*) Buddhism and Economic Justice. Venerable
Rewata Dhamma.
 
(*) The Contribution of Buddhism to the World of
Art and Architecture
. Venerable
Rewata Dhamma.

(*) The Garden of Liberation. Bhikkhu
Santikaro
(*) Parents and Children - Transmitting the
Buddhist Heritage Across Generations. Venerable Medagama. Vajiraganana
Nayake Thera

(*)
Sangha: The Ideal World Community. Bhikkhu Prayudh Payutto
(*) From Ceylonese to Sri Lankan Buddhism. Bhikkhu
Prayudh Payutto
(*)
Where women stand. Bhikkhu
Prayudh Payutto (Phra Dhammapitaka)
(*) Aging and Dying. Bhikkhu
Prayudh Payutto

(*)
E-learning Buddhism on the Internet. Bhikkhu Pannyavaro
(*) Lumbini in the New Millennium: Youth in
Buddhism. Bhikkhu Sugandha

(*) Eight excellent and wonderful things in the
great ocean and the Sasana. Bhikkhu Seelananda
(*) How the Buddha died. Bhikkhu Mettanando
(*) The God idea. Bhikkhu
Dhammapiyo
(*) The First Discourse of the Buddha. Sayadaw
Adipati

(*) Theory of Karma. Venerable Sayadaw U
Sobhana
(*) Samma Ditthi: Right View. Bhikkhu
Seelawimala
 
(*)
Footprints in the dust: Buddha’s travels in India.
Bhikkhu S. Dhammika

(*) The Tsunami - A Buddhist
View. Bhikkhu S. Dhammika.

(*) How the Buddha’s Enlightenment changed the
world’s thinking. Ven. Medagama Vajiragnana
(*)
Practicing Dhamma In Ordinary Life: Generosity. Bhikkhu
Yogavacara Rahula
(*) The Theravada Attitude to Discipline.
Bhikkhu Nyanarama
(*) No Escape for the Ego. An interview
with Venerable Master Sheng-yen
by Carter Phipps
(*) The Ascetic Sumedhā’
s Life, and the Ten Perfections. Bhikkhu Giac-Hanh Dhammadhara.

(*) Buddhism for the Next Century: Toward
Renewing a Moral Thai Society. Phra Phaisan Visalo.

(*) Protection Through Satipatthana.
Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Buddhism and the God-Idea. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Why End Suffering?. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Seeing Things As They Are. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Kamma and Its Fruit. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.

(*) Ven. Nyanaponika Maha Thera: A Bhikkhu with
intellectually convinced vision of Dhamma. Rohan L. Jayetilleke.

(*)
Dhamma Without Rebirth? Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Buddhism Without Beliefs: Review. Bhikkhu
Bodhi

(*) Buddhism Without Beliefs critiqued. Bhikkhu
Punnadhammo.

(*) Harmonious Living. Ayya Khema
(*) Liberation Here and Now. Ayya Khema
(*) Why come to a monastery? Sister
Candasiri
(*) Love Unbounded. Sister Candasiri
(*) Renunciation: The Highest Happiness. Sister
Siripanna
(*) It can be very simple. An interview
with Ajahn Sundara.

(*) Simplicity. Sister Ajahn Sundara.
(*) Taking Refuge. Sister Ajahn Sundara.
(*) Freedom in Restraint. Sister Ajahn Sundara.
(*) Relinquishing
‘Me’ and ‘Mine’. Sister Ajahn Jitindriya.

(*) The Process Of Mental Suffering.
Bhikkhuni Lieu-Phap. 
(*) The Approach Of Ancient Healing:
 Psychotherapy In Buddhism. Bhikkhuni Khemanandi Huyen-Chau.

(*) Buddhist Attitude to Education. Bhikkhuni
Dhammananda Nguyen-Huong.

(*)
On growing a Theravadan Nuns’ Sangha in Britain
(*) The First Buddhist Nun. Rev. Sarika
Dharma

(*) Restoring the Order of Nuns to the Theravaadin
Tradition. Senarat Wijayasundara
(*) On the restoration of Bhikkhuni Order -
Selected articles
(*) Interview with the Venerable Bhikkhuni
Kusuma. Pennie White
(*) Buddhist women. Bimala Churn Law

(*)
Prosperity and Happiness: The Buddhist View. Suvimalee Karunaratna
(*) The Talk Nobody Wants to Hear. Charlotte
Joko Beck

(*) Buddhist Nuns in Burma. Dr. Friedgard
Lottermoser

(*) Is Buddhism a Religion? Dorothy Figen
(*) Why Is There Suffering in the World? Dorothy
Figen

(*) Facets of Metta. Sharon Salzberg
(*) Mudita. Eileen Siriwardhana
(*) Pride And Conceit. Dr. Elizabeth Ashby
and Brian Fawcett

(*) Paramis: The Heart of Buddha’s Teaching and
Our Own Practice. Sylvia Boorstein
(*) Sylvia Boorstein: Meditation and
Spirituality. Catharine Reeve

(*)
The Greatest Blessings. Nina van Gorkom
(*) Understanding Reality. Nina van Gorkom
(*) Morality with and without a creator God.
Radhika Abeysekera

(*) The Appeal of Buddhism in the West.
Radhika Abeysekera.
(*) Women’s Liberation. Sharon Salzberg,
Barbara Rhodes, Judith Simmer-Brown & Pat O’Hara
(*) Woman to Woman. Sandy Boucher
(*) One Foot in the World - Buddhist
Approaches to Present-day Problems. Lily De Silva

(*) Sanghamitta Theri - a liberated woman.
Dr. Lorna Dewaraja

(*)
When should we hold our tongue? Rasika Quek
(*) Living Buddhism. Venerable Chin Kung
(*) The Slightly Demented Vision of Robert
Thurman. Prof. Robert Thurman
(*) Passing the Light. Tang Chade Meng 
(*) The Perception of “Karma-Free”
CyberZones. Richard P. Hayes
(*) Five Steps to Skillful Means in Buddhist
Forums. Dominick Spirelli
(*) Ethnic Buddhists in Australia. Graeme
Lyall

(*) The Purpose of Life. Graeme Lyall
(*) Radical Buddhism. Leonard Price
(*) Buddhism: A Method of Mind Training. Leonard
A. Bullen

(*) Vedana (Sensation) in Paticcasamuppada
(Dependent Origination). Vipassana Research Institute.

(*)
Seeking the Buddha’s Footprints. Shantum Seth
(*) Buddhism and Thai Society. Sunthorn
Plamintr
(*) The Buddhist Attitude to God. V. A.
Gunasekara.

(*) Hinduism in Buddhist Perspective. V. A.
Gunasekara
(*) Buddhist reflections on death. V.F.
Gunaratna

(*) Homosexuality and Theravada Buddhism. A.
L. De Silva
(*) Facing Death Without Fear. Lily De
Silva.

(*) Vietnamese mode of self-reference: A
model of Buddhist egology. Steven W. Laycock
(*) Born Again. Sanitsude Ekachai

(*) A Simple Forest Monk. Binh Anson
(*) How I became a practicing Buddhist. Binh
Anson
(*) Why I Am a Buddhist. Anthony
Billings
(*) Buddhism in the Kingdom of Thailand. Sathien
Bodhinantha

(*)
Leading Virtuous Lives As Laymen. U Chit Tin
(*) Global problem-solving: A Buddhist
perspective. Sulak Sivaraksa
(*) Buddhism and Tolerance for diversity of
religion and belief. Sulak Sivaraksa
(*) A Thai perspective on socially engaged
Buddhism: A conversation with Sulak Sivaraksa. Donald Rothberg
(*) American Buddhists: who are they? Jan
Nattier

(*) The worldliness of Buddhism. Donald K.
Swearer
(*) What appeals to me most in Buddhism. Francis
Story
(*) Interpretation of Buddhist terminology
at the background of Chinese traditional thoughts. Latika Lahiri 
(*) The significance of ‘Tathagatagarbha’
–   A positive expression of ‘Sunyata’. Heng-Ching Shih
(*) Cosmology and meditation: from the
Agganna Sutta to the Mahayana Buddhism. Rupert Gethin

(*)
The mind-body relationship in Pali Buddhism: A philosophical investigation. Peter
Harvey
(*) The Buddhist path and social
responsibility. Jack Kornfield
(*) To the forest for refuge. An interview
with Joseph Goldstein
(*) Why is Buddhism the fastest growing religion
in Australia? Darren Nelson
(*) The Dhamma Theory - Philosophical Cornerstone
of the Abhidhamma. Y. Karunadasa
(*) How Free is Freedom of Thought.
Sanath Nanayakkara

(*) Buddhist Ethics, Moral Perfection and Modern
Society. Prof. P.D. Premasiri 
(*) Freedom of faith
and worship in Myanmar. Hla Myo Nwe 
(*) The Bodhisattva concept.  A. G. S. Kariyawasam

(*) The Road to Liberation -
Paticcasamuppada
(Dependent Origination).
Ron Wijewantha

(*)
The six Buddhist universities of ancient India. D. Amarasiri Weeraratne

(*) Thailand’s gift to Sri Lanka: the
establishment of the Siam Nikaya. Dr. Lorna Dewaraja
(*) Buddhist missionary in the West after WW II.
Nemsiri Mutukumara
(*) The
Prospects for the Growth of Buddhism in Germany and other Western
Countries. Agganyani (Christa
Bentenrieder).

(*) The legend of Bundala: Venerable
Nanavira Thera (1920-1965). Kingsley Heendeniya.
(*) On Understanding Nama-Rupa. Kingsley
Heendeniya. 
(*) The Buddhist Critique of Sassatavada and
Ucchedavada: The Key to a proper Understanding of the Origin and the
Doctrines of early Buddhism. Y. Karunadasa. 
(*) Establishing Pali Text
Society for Buddhist literature. Nemsiri Mutukumara. 
(*) The Great Sariputta, the foremost disciple
of Gautama Samma-Sambuddha. W. D. Wickramasinghe.

(*) The Importance of Study. A Panel
Discussion with Bhante Henepola Gunaratana, John Daido Loori, Christina
Feldman and Georges Dreyfus.
(*) Venerable Narada Maha Thera: A Buddhist
Missionary Par Excellence. O. Gunasekera.
(*) The Indispensability of Peace in the Present
World Context. Bhikkhu Sugandha.
(*) The Life and
Teachings of Ajahn Chah: Remembrances of His Western Students.
(*) Chanting the “Mirror of the Dhamma”.

Ajahn Punnadhammo.
(*) In the footsteps of the ‘Slave Of Buddha’
(Bhikkhu Buddhadasa).

Karnjariya Sukrung.
(*) The food of kindness.

Ayya Medhanandi.
(*) The way of the mystic.

Ayya Medhanandi.
(*) The joy hidden in sorrow.

Ayya Medhanandi.
(*) Generosity and goodness at every step.

Ayya Medhanandi.
(*) Come from the shadows.

Ayya Medhanandi.

(*) Sri Lanka’s Contribution to the Development
of the Pali Canon. Prof. Oliver Abeynayake.
(*) Buddhism in Sri Lanka. G. P. Malalasekera.

(*) Soulful wit - Towards a more joyous New Year.
Nissara Horayangura.
(*) Ideal Solitude: An Exposition on the
Bhaddekaratta Sutta. Bhikkhu Ñanananda.
(*) The great virtue: Sugato. Chandani
Abeynayake.
(*) Note on the probable age of the Dialogues
(Digha and Majjhima Nikàyas). T. W. Rhys Davids.
(*) Crossing the wilderness: how the Buddha
narrates his own travels. Sarah Shaw.
(*) Buddhism and Sex. M. O’C. Walshe. 
(*) Recollections of an Anagarika. Adrian
Cambden.
(*) Buddhism and the Brahma concept.
Bellanwila Wimalaratana Thera.

(*) Conceit and Pride. Elizabeth
Ashby and Brian Fawcett.

5. Other
Information:

(*)
The Buddhist Society of Western Australia,
Bodhinyana Monastery and Dhammasara Nuns’s Monastery
(*) Sasanarakkha
Buddhist Sanctuary
. A Buddhist sanctuary located in Malaysia
for the training of Theravada Buddhist monks in theory and practice of the
Dhammavinaya. Dedicated to evolving a modern Theravada Buddhist identity
guided by the scriptural tradition.



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    AN 5.2 (A iii 2)
    Vitthata Sutta
    — In detail —
    [vitthata]

    Here
    the Buddha defines in detail what he calls the five Sekha-balas
    (strenghs of one in training). This sutta is easily understandable
    without requiring a parallel translation, if you refer to the Satta
    saddhammā Formulae as will be suggested in the text. The Pali-English
    Dictionary is also available, just in case.



    05) Classical Pāḷi,
    Pañcimāni, bhikkhave, sekha-balāni. Katamāni pañca? Saddhā-balaṃ, hirī-balaṃ, ottappa-balaṃ, vīriya-balaṃ, paññā-balaṃ.

    Katamañca,
    bhikkhave, saddhā-balaṃ? Idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako saddho hoti,
    saddahati tathāgatassa bodhiṃ: itipi so Bhagavā arahaṃ sammā-Sambuddho,
    vijjācaraṇasampanno, sugato, lokavidū, anuttaro purisadammasārathi,
    satthā devamanussānaṃ, Buddho Bhagavā’ ti. Idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave,
    saddhābalaṃ.
    Katamañca,
    bhikkhave, hirībalaṃ? Idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako hirīmā hoti,
    hirīyati kāyaduccaritena vacīduccaritena manoduccaritena, hirīyati
    pāpakānaṃ akusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ samāpattiyā. Idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave,
    hirībalaṃ.

    Katamañca,
    bhikkhave, ottappabalaṃ? Idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako ottappī hoti,
    ottappati kāyaduccaritena vacīduccaritena manoduccaritena, ottappati
    pāpakānaṃ akusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ samāpattiyā. Idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave,
    ottappabalaṃ.

    Katamañca,
    bhikkhave, vīriyabalaṃ? Idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako āraddhavīriyo
    viharati akusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ pahānāya, kusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ
    upasampadāya, thāmavā daḷhaparakkamo anikkhittadhuro kusalesu dhammesu.
    Idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, vīriyabalaṃ.

    Katamañca,
    bhikkhave, paññābalaṃ? Idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako paññavā hoti
    udayatthagāminiyā paññāya samannāgato ariyāya nibbedhikāya sammā
    dukkhakkhayagāminiyā. Idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, paññābalaṃ. Imāni kho,
    bhikkhave, pañca sekhabalāni.

    Tasmātiha,
    bhikkhave, evaṃ sikkhitabbaṃ: ‘saddhābalena samannāgatā bhavissāma
    sekhabalena, hirībalena samannāgatā bhavissāma sekhabalena,
    ottappabalena samannāgatā bhavissāma sekhabalena, vīriyabalena
    samannāgatā bhavissāma sekhabalena, paññābalena samannāgatā bhavissāma
    sekhabalenā’ti. Evañhi kho, bhikkhave, sikkhitabba’’nti.
GIF


30) Classical English,Roman,

SN 51.2 (S v 254)
Viraddha Sutta
— Neglected —
[viraddha]
Whoever neglects these neglects the noble path.
Whoever,has neglected the four basis for potencies,has neglected the
noble path leading to the proper destruction of suffering.Whoever,has
undertaken the four basis for potencies,has undertaken the noble path
leading to the proper destruction of suffering

Whoever,
bhikkhus, has neglected the four basis for potencies, has neglected the
noble path leading to the proper{1} destruction of suffering. Whoever,
bhikkhus, has undertaken the four basis for potencies, has undertaken
the noble path leading to the proper destruction of suffering. Which
four?

Here,
bhikkhus, a bhikkhu develops the basis for potencies endowed with
concentration due to desire and the construction of striving, he
develops the basis for potencies endowed with concentration due to
exertion and the construction of striving, he develops the basis for
potencies endowed with concentration due to the mind and the
construction of striving, he develops the basis for potencies endowed
with concentration due to investigation and the construction of
striving.

Whoever,
bhikkhus, has neglected the four basis for potencies, has neglected the
noble path leading to the proper destruction of suffering. Whoever,
bhikkhus, has undertaken the four basis for potencies, has undertaken
the noble path leading to the proper destruction of suffering.

05) Classical Pāḷi,

Yesaṃ
kesañci, bhikkhave, cattāro iddhi·pādā viraddhā, viraddho tesaṃ ariyo
maggo sammā dukkha·k·khaya·gāmī. Yesaṃ kesañci, bhikkhave, cattāro
iddhi·pādā āraddhā, āraddho tesaṃ ariyo maggo sammā dukkha·k·khaya·gāmī.
Katame cattāro?

Idha,
bhikkhave, bhikkhu chanda·samādhi·p-padhāna·saṅkhāra-samannāgataṃ
iddhipādaṃ bhāveti, vīriya·samādhi·p-padhāna·saṅkhāra-samannāgataṃ
iddhipādaṃ bhāveti, citta·samādhi·p-padhāna·saṅkhāra-samannāgataṃ
iddhipādaṃ bhāveti, vīmaṃsā·samādhi·p-padhāna·saṅkhāra-samannāgataṃ
iddhi·pādaṃ bhāveti.

Yesaṃ
kesañci, bhikkhave, ime cattāro iddhi·pādā viraddhā, viraddho tesaṃ
ariyo maggo sammā dukkha·k·khaya·gāmī. Yesaṃ kesañci, bhikkhave, ime
cattāro iddhi·pādā āraddhā, āraddho tesaṃ ariyo maggo sammā
dukkha·k·khaya·gāmī ti.

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यहां
बुद्ध विस्तार से परिभाषित करता है कि वह पांच सेखा-बाला (प्रशिक्षण में
एक के strenghs) कहते हैं। यह सुट्टा एक समांतर अनुवाद की आवश्यकता के बिना
आसानी से समझा जा सकता है, यदि आप सट्टा सद्द्मम्मा सूत्रों का उल्लेख
करते हैं तो पाठ में सुझाव दिया जाएगा। पाली-अंग्रेज़ी शब्दकोश भी मामले
में उपलब्ध है।
06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- शास्त्रीय हिंदी,
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वीरदा सुट्टा
- उपेक्षित - बुद्ध के अपने शब्दों में
जो कोई इन उपेक्षा को नीरस मार्ग की उपेक्षा करता है।
जो
भी, शक्तियों के लिए चार आधारों की उपेक्षा की है, ने पीड़ा के उचित विनाश
की ओर अग्रसर रहने वाले महान मार्ग की उपेक्षा की है। जो भी, शक्तियों के
लिए चार आधार बनाए हुए हैं, ने महान मार्ग को कम करने के लिए उचित विनाश की
ओर अग्रसर किया है

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13) Classical Assamese-ধ্ৰুপদী অসমীয়া





ভাল কৰক😊মন-বুদ্ধক
পৰিশোধ কৰক ভিথাটা চুট্টা — বিতংভাৱে - বুদ্ধৰ নিজৰ কথাত ইয়াত বুদ্ধই
পাঁচটা চেখা-বালা (প্ৰশিক্ষণত এজনৰ ষ্ট্ৰেংঘ) বুলি কোৱা কথাবোৰ বিতংভাৱে
সংজ্ঞায়িত কৰে। যদি আপুনি পাঠত পৰামৰ্শ দিয়া অনুসৰি সত্তা saddhammā
ফৰ্মুলাউল্লেখ কৰে, তেন্তে সমান্তৰাল অনুবাদৰ প্ৰয়োজন নোহোৱাকৈ এই চুটা
সহজে বুজিব পাৰি। পালি-ইংৰাজী অভিধানো উপলব্ধ, কেৱল ক্ষেত্ৰত। বিৰাধা
সুট্টা — অৱহেলিত – বুদ্ধৰ নিজৰ কথাত যিয়ে এইবোৰঅৱহেলা কৰে তেওঁ মহৎ পথক
অৱহেলা কৰে। যিজনে ক্ষমতাৰ চাৰিটা আধাৰক অৱহেলা কৰিছে, তেওঁ দুখ-কষ্টৰ সঠিক
ধ্বংসৰ বাবে মহৎ পথটোঅৱহেলা কৰিছে। যিজনে ক্ষমতাৰ চাৰিটা আধাৰ হাতত লৈছে,
তেওঁ সেই মহৎ পথ গ্ৰহণ কৰিছে যাৰ ফলত দুখ-কষ্টৰ সঠিক ধ্বংস হৈছে

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17) Classical Bengali-ক্লাসিক্যাল বাংলা,


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মস্তিষ্কের মস্তিষ্কে বুদ্ধ করবেন
Vitthata Sutta.
- বিস্তারিতভাবে - বুদ্ধের নিজের ভাষায়
এখানে
বুদ্ধটি বিস্তারিতভাবে বর্ণনা করে যে তিনি পাঁচটি সেখা-বালাস (প্রশিক্ষণের
মধ্যে একজনের স্ট্রেইনঘন) বলে। এই সূতটি একটি সমান্তরাল অনুবাদ প্রয়োজন
না করেই সহজেই বোঝা যায়, যদি আপনি পাঠ্যে সুট সাদ্দাম্লা সূত্রগুলি উল্লেখ
করা হবে। পালি-ইংরেজী অভিধানটি কেবলমাত্র ক্ষেত্রেই পাওয়া যায়।
তুমিই তোমার দুঃখের কারণ - Gautam Buddha Inspirational Life Changing Story | AJOB RAHASYA


ViradaDhha Sutta.
- অবহেলিত - বুদ্ধের নিজস্ব কথায়
যে কেউ এই অবহেলা noble পথ অবহেলা।
যে
কেউ, শক্তি জন্য চারটি ভিত্তি উপেক্ষা করেছে, দুর্ভোগ সঠিক ধ্বংসের দিকে
অগ্রাহ্য মহৎ পথ অবহেলা করেছে। যে কেউ, শক্তি জন্য চারটি ভিত্তি পরিচালিত
হয়েছে, দুর্ভোগ সঠিক ধ্বংস নেতৃস্থানীয় নেতৃস্থানীয় পথ গ্রহণ করেছে
সুখ,শান্তি পেতে বাড়িতে প্রতিষ্ঠা করুন বুদ্ধ মূর্তি এই বুদ্ধ পূর্নিমায়
সুখ,শান্তি পেতে বাড়িতে প্রতিষ্ঠা করুন বুদ্ধ মূর্তি এই বুদ্ধ পূর্নিমায়



41) Classical Gujarati-ક્લાસિકલ ગુજરાતી,

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મન-બુદ્ધને સારી રીતે કરો
વિટ્થાતા સુતા
- વિગતવાર - બુદ્ધના પોતાના શબ્દો
અહીં
બુદ્ધ વિગતમાં વ્યાખ્યાયિત કરે છે કે તે પાંચ સેખ-બાલા (તાલીમમાં એકની
તીવ્રતા) કહે છે. આ સુટ્ટા સમાંતર ભાષાંતરની આવશ્યકતા વિના સરળતાથી સમજી
શકાય તેવું છે, જો તમે SATTA SADDHAMMā ફોર્મ્યુલાને ટેક્સ્ટમાં સૂચવવામાં
આવશે. પાલી-ઇંગલિશ ડિક્શનરી પણ ઉપલબ્ધ છે, ફક્ત કિસ્સામાં.

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વિરાધ્ધ સુતુ
- ઉપેક્ષિત - બુદ્ધના પોતાના શબ્દો
જે કોઈની ઉપેક્ષા કરે છે તે ઉમદા માર્ગને અવગણે છે.
જે
કોઈએ પોટેન્સીઝ માટે ચાર આધારને અવગણ્યું છે, તેણે દુઃખના યોગ્ય વિનાશ તરફ
દોરી જતા ઉમદા માર્ગને અવગણ્યો છે. જે કોઈએ પોટેન્સીઝ માટેના ચાર આધારને
હાથ ધર્યું છે, તે ઉમદા માર્ગને લીધે પીડિત વિનાશ તરફ દોરી જાય છે

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#Budhha_and_His_Dhamma #SWAYAMSAINIKDAL



55) Classical Kannada- ಶಾಸ್ತ್ರೀಯ ಕನ್ನಡ,

ಮನಸ್ಸು-ಬುದ್ಧನನ್ನು ಒಳ್ಳೆಯದು ಮಾಡಿ
ವಿಠ್ಠತಾ ಸೂಟ್ಟ
- ವಿವರವಾಗಿ - ಬುದ್ಧನ ಸ್ವಂತ ಪದಗಳಲ್ಲಿ
ಇಲ್ಲಿ
ಬುದ್ಧನು ಐದು ಸೆಖಿ-ಬಾಲಾಸ್ (ತರಬೇತಿಯಲ್ಲಿ ಒಂದು ಸ್ಟ್ರೆನ್ಗ್ಗಳು) ಎಂದು
ಕರೆಯುವುದನ್ನು ವಿವರವಾಗಿ ವಿವರಿಸುತ್ತದೆ. ಪಠ್ಯದಲ್ಲಿ ಸೂಚಿಸಲ್ಪಡುವಂತೆ ನೀವು
ಸದ್ಹಾಮ್ ® ಸೂತ್ರಗಳನ್ನು ಉಲ್ಲೇಖಿಸಿದರೆ, ಸಮಾನಾಂತರ ಭಾಷಾಂತರವನ್ನು ಅಗತ್ಯವಿಲ್ಲದೆಯೇ
ಈ ಸೂಟಾ ಸುಲಭವಾಗಿ ಅರ್ಥವಾಗುವಂತಹದ್ದಾಗಿದೆ. ಪಾಲಿ-ಇಂಗ್ಲೀಷ್ ಡಿಕ್ಷನರಿ ಸಹ
ಲಭ್ಯವಿರುತ್ತದೆ, ಕೇವಲ ಸಂದರ್ಭದಲ್ಲಿ.
ಗೌತಮ ಬುದ್ಧ ಮತ್ತು ಭಿಕ್ಷುಕನ ಕಥೆ| ಯಾವಾಗಲೂ ದುಃಖದಲ್ಲಿರುವವರು ಈ ವಿಡಿಯೋ ಒಮ್ಮೆ ನೋಡಿ

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ವಿರಾಧದಾ ಸುಟ್ಟ
- ನಿರ್ಲಕ್ಷ್ಯ - ಬುದ್ಧನ ಸ್ವಂತ ಪದಗಳಲ್ಲಿ
ಯಾರು ಈ ಉದಾತ್ತ ಮಾರ್ಗವನ್ನು ನಿರ್ಲಕ್ಷಿಸುತ್ತಾರೆ.
ಯಾರು, ಸಂಭಾಷಣೆಗೆ ನಾಲ್ಕು ಆಧಾರವನ್ನು ನಿರ್ಲಕ್ಷಿಸಿದ್ದಾರೆ, ನೋಬಲ್ ಆಫ್ ನೋವಿನ ಸರಿಯಾದ ನಾಶಕ್ಕೆ ಕಾರಣವಾದ ಉದಾತ್ತ ಮಾರ್ಗವನ್ನು ನಿರ್ಲಕ್ಷಿಸಿದ್ದಾರೆ.



70) Classical Malayalam-ക്ലാസിക്കൽ മലയാളം,

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ഹേർഡ്-ബുദ്ധൻ ഗുഡ് അപ്രാഫൈ ചെയ്യുക
വിറ്റാത സുട്ട
- വിശദമായി - ബുദ്ധന്റെ സ്വന്തം വാക്കുകളിൽ
ഇവിടെ
അഞ്ച് ശേഖ-ബാലസിനെ (പരിശീലനത്തിലെ ഒരു സ്ട്രെംഗ്സ്) എന്ന് വിളിക്കുന്നത്
ഇവിടെ ബുദ്ധൻ വിശദമായി നിർവചിക്കുന്നു. പാരലൽ വിവർത്തനം ആവശ്യമില്ലാതെ ഈ
സുട്ട എളുപ്പത്തിൽ മനസ്സിലാക്കാവുന്നതേയുള്ളൂ, സതേ സത്സംഗമ്മർ സൂ
സൂവിക്യകളെ നിങ്ങൾ സൂചിപ്പിക്കുന്നുവെങ്കിൽ വാചകത്തിൽ നിർദ്ദേശിക്കപ്പെടും.
പാലി-ഇംഗ്ലീഷ് നിഘണ്ടുവും ലഭ്യമാണ്.
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വിരയുടെ
- അവഗണിക്കപ്പെട്ടത് - ബുദ്ധന്റെ സ്വന്തം വാക്കുകളിൽ
ഇവയെ അവഗണിക്കുന്നവർ മാന്യമായ പാതയെ അവഗണിക്കുന്നു.
വേലിയേറിയക്കാരുടെ നാലു അടിസ്ഥാനം അവഗണിച്ച ആളായ ഈ പാതയെ അവഗണിച്ചു.




73) Classical Marathi-क्लासिकल माओरी,
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मन-बुद्ध गुडघुरी करा
विठ्ठता सुट्टा
- तपशीलवार - बुद्ध च्या स्वत: च्या शब्दात
येथे
बुद्धाने तपशीलवार परिभाषित केले आहे. त्याने पाच सेखा-बल्स (प्रशिक्षणात
एक स्ट्रेन्ग्स) म्हटले आहे. टेक्स्टमध्ये सुचविल्यासारखे समांतर अनुवाद
आवश्यक नसल्यास हे सुट्टा सहजपणे समजण्यासारखे आहे. पाली-इंग्रजी शब्दकोश
देखील उपलब्ध आहे, फक्त बाबतीत.

बुद्ध का धम्म और कट्टरता ❌। अन्धविश्वास भाग ३ | Buddha the way of living
BUDHHA:
THE WAY OF LIVING#budhha #budhhathewayofliving #buddha #Buddhism
#anatma #rebirth
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Virradha Sutta
- दुर्लक्ष - बुद्ध च्या स्वत: च्या शब्दांत
जो अशा लोकांना दुर्लक्ष करतो तो नोबेल मार्गापासून दुर्लक्ष करतो.
ज्याने,
पॅटेंसीसाठी चार आधारांकडे दुर्लक्ष केले आहे, त्याने ग्रस्तीचा उचित नाश
करण्यासाठी आघाडी घेतलेल्या महान मार्गाकडे दुर्लक्ष केले आहे. यहोवाने
पॅटंसीसाठी चार आधार घेतला आहे, त्याने दुःखाचा उचित नाश करण्याचा आघाडी
घेतली आहे.
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76) Classical Nepali-शास्त्रीय म्यांमार (बर्मा),

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राम्रो मनमोहक बुद्ध गर्नुहोस्
Vitthata sutta
- विवरणमा - बुद्धको आफ्नै शब्दहरूमा
यहाँ
बुद्धले विस्तृत रूपमा पाँच सिखा-बालासलाई कल गर्दछ (प्रशिक्षणमा एकको
स्ट्रेगहरू)। यो सुता सहज रूपमा बुझिन्छ समानन्तर अनुवाद आवश्यक बिना नै
बुझ्न सकिदैन, यदि तपाईंले सतादगत बर्बादमहमहरू सूत्रहरू सन्दर्भित गर्न
सुझाव दिईन्छ भने पाठमा सुझाव दिन्छन्। पाना-अंग्रेजी शब्दकोश पनि उपलब्ध
छ, केवल मामला मा।
बुद्ध जीवनी | भगवान बुद्धको परिनिर्वाण तथा १० चैत्यको स्थापना | अडियो बुक- भाग ११ अन्तिम भाग

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Vriadha Sutta
- उपेक्षित - बुद्धको आफ्नै शब्दहरूमा
जसले यी बेवास्ता गर्दछ उसले महान मार्ग।
जसले
मूर्तिहरूको लागि चार आधारलाई बेवास्ता गरेको छ, कष्टको उचित विनाशको लागि
नेतृत्व गरिएको महान मार्गलाई बेवास्ता गरिएको छ। जसले दु: खको उचित
विनाशको लागि नेतृत्व गरेको महान मार्ग अपनाएको छ।
बुद्ध उपदेश/ 9 life changing teaching by gautam buddha
बुद्ध उपदेश जसले तपाईंको जिन्दगी बदल्न सक्दछ।भगवान बुद्धका सबै मुर्तिहरू यत्ति सान्त किन हुन्छन ?बुद्धका महान उ….


78) Classical Odia (Oriya)

ଗୁଡପେଭିଫ୍ ମନ-ବୁଦ୍ଧ |
Vitthaa cuta |
- ବିସ୍ତୃତ ଭାବରେ - ବୁଦ୍ଧଙ୍କ ନିଜ ଶବ୍ଦରେ |
ଏଠାରେ
ସେ ପାଞ୍ଚଟି ସଖତାବାଙ୍କୁ (ତାଲିମରେ ଗୋଟିଏର ଶକ୍ତିଶାଳୀ) କୁ ସବିଶେଷ ବିବରଣୀ ସହିତ
ଏଠାରେ ବୁଦ୍ଧ ବ୍ୟାଖ୍ୟା କରେ | ଏକ ସମାନ୍ତରାଳ ଅନୁବାଦ ଆବଶ୍ୟକ ନକରି ଏହି ବୁଟାଟି
ସହଜରେ ବୁଟିଥାଏ, ଯଦି ଆପଣ ସାଟଟା ସାଦରାହମାମ ଫର୍ମନ୍ସକୁ ନିମ୍ନଲିଖିତ ପାଠ୍ୟରେ
ପରାମର୍ଶ ଦିଆଯାଉ | ପାଲି-ଇଂରାଜୀ ଅଭିଧାନ ମଧ୍ୟ ଉପଲବ୍ଧ, କେବଳ ଉପଲବ୍ଧ |



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ବିରାଇଚି ସିଟା |
- ଅବହେଳିତ - ବୁଦ୍ଧଙ୍କ ନିଜସ୍ୱ ଶବ୍ଦରେ |
ଯିଏ ନିବଶକାରୀ ପଥକୁ ଅବହେଳା କରେ |
ଯିଏ ସୃଷ୍ଟି ପାଇଁ ପ୍ରଦାହର ଚାରି ଆଧାରରେ ଅବହେଳିତ ଅଛି, ଯିଏ ଭୋଗ କରିବାର ସଠିକ୍ ବିନାଶକୁ ଅଗ୍ରସର ହୋଇଛି |



83) Classical Punjabi-ਕਲਾਸੀਕਲ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ,
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ਚੰਗੇ-ਬੁੱਧ ਕਰੋ
ਵਿਟਥਾਟਾ Stta
- ਵਿਸਥਾਰ ਵਿੱਚ - ਬੁੱਧ ਦੇ ਆਪਣੇ ਸ਼ਬਦਾਂ ਵਿੱਚ
ਇੱਥੇ
ਬੁੱਧ ਇਸ ਗੱਲ ਦਾ ਵਿਸਥਾਰ ਵਿੱਚ ਨਿਰਧਾਰਤ ਕਰਦਾ ਹੈ ਕਿ ਉਸਨੇ ਪੰਜ ਸੀਖਾ-ਬਾਲਸ
(ਸਿਖਲਾਈ ਵਿੱਚ ਇੱਕ ਦੇ ਸਟ੍ਰਾਂਗ) ਨੂੰ ਕੀ ਕਿਹਾ. ਇਹ SAtta ਅਸਾਨੀ ਨਾਲ ਇੱਕ ਦੇ ਸਮਾਨ
ਅਨੁਵਾਦਕ ਦੀ ਜ਼ਰੂਰਤ ਤੋਂ ਅਸਾਨੀ ਨਾਲ ਸਮਝਣ ਯੋਗ ਹੈ, ਜਿਵੇਂ ਕਿ ਟੈਕਸਟ ਵਿੱਚ ਸੁਝਾਅ
ਦਿੱਤਾ ਜਾਵੇਗਾ. ਪਾਲੀ-ਇੰਗਲਿਸ਼ ਡਿਕਸ਼ਨਰੀ ਵੀ ਉਪਲਬਧ ਹੈ, ਸਿਰਫ ਇਸ ਸਥਿਤੀ ਵਿੱਚ.
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਟ੍ਰਿਬਿਊਨ “ਵੇਲੇ ਦੀ ਗੱਲ” ਮਹਾਤਮਾ ਬੁੱਧ ਅਤੇ ਉਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਦਾ ਧਰਮ | Mahatma Budha and Bhudhism
‘ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਟ੍ਰਿਬਿਊਨ’ ਦੀ ਪ੍ਰਕਾਸ਼ਨਾ 15 ਅਗਸਤ 1978 ਤੋਂ ਸ਼ੁਰੂ ਹੋਈ ਸੀ ਅਤੇ ਇਸ ਨੂੰ ਨਿੱਗਰ ਤੇ ਨਿਰਪੱਖ ਸੋਚ ਦਾ ਪਹਿਰੇਦਾਰ ਮੰਨਿਆ ਜਾਂਦਾ ਹੈ…..

ਵਿੜ੍ਹ ਦੇ ਤ੍ਰਿਤੀ
- ਬੁੱਧ ਦੇ ਆਪਣੇ ਸ਼ਬਦਾਂ ਵਿਚ - ਅਣਗੌਲਿਆ - ਅਣਗੌਲਿਆ
ਜਿਹੜਾ ਵੀ ਵਿਅਕਤੀ ਅਣਗੌਲਿਆ ਹੋਇਆ ਹੈ ਨੇਕ ਮਾਰਗ ਨੂੰ ਅਣਗੌਲਿਆ ਕਰਦਾ ਹੈ.
ਜੇ
ਵੀ, ਨੇ ਸੁੱਰਖਿਆਵਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਨਜ਼ਰ ਅੰਦਾਜ਼ ਕਰਨ ਦੀ ਅਗਵਾਈ ਕਰਨ ਵਾਲੇ ਨੇਕ ਰਾਹ ਨੂੰ
ਨਜ਼ਰ ਅੰਦਾਜ਼ ਕਰ ਦਿੱਤਾ ਹੈ, ਨੇਕ ਰਾਹ ਨੇ ਉੱਤਮ ਰਾਹ ਨੂੰ ਸ਼ੁਰੂ ਕਰ ਦਿੱਤਾ ਹੈ, ਨੇਕ
ਰਾਹ ਨੂੰ ਅੱਗੇ ਵਧਾ ਦਿੱਤਾ ਹੈ.
ਬੁੱਧ ਧਰਮ ਦਾ ਖਾਤਮਾ ਕਿਉਂ ਅਤੇ ਕਿਵੇਂ ਹੋਇਆ , बौद्ध धर्म का अंत क्यों और कैसे हुआ,


87) Classical Sanskrit छ्लस्सिचल् षन्स्क्रित्
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ढ्O ङ्OOढ्😊PऊऱीFय़् ंईण्ढ्-भूढ्ढःआ
Vइट्तट Sउट्ट
— ईन् डेटैल् — इन् भुड्द’स् ओwन् wओर्ड्स्
ःएरे
ते भुड्द डेफ़िनेस् इन् डेटैल् wहट् हे cअल्ल्स् ते फ़िवे Sएख-बलस्
(स्ट्रेन्घ्स् ओफ़् ओने इन् ट्रैनिन्ग्). थिस् सुट्ट इस् एअसिल्य्
उन्डेर्स्टन्डब्ले wइतोउट् रेक़ुइरिन्ग् अ परल्लेल् ट्रन्स्लटिओन्, इफ़् योउ
रेफ़ेर् टो ते Sअट्ट सड्दम्म्ā Fओर्मुलए अस् wइल्ल् बे सुग्गेस्टेड् इन् ते
टेxट्. थे Pअलि-ऍग्लिश् ढिcटिओनर्य् इस् अल्सो अवैलब्ले, जुस्ट् इन् cअसे.


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Vइरड्द Sउट्ट
— णेग्लेcटेड् — इन् भुड्द’स् ओwन् wओर्ड्स्
Wहोएवेर् नेग्लेcट्स् तेसे नेग्लेcट्स् ते नोब्ले पत्.
Wहोएवेर्,हस्
नेग्लेcटेड् ते फ़ोउर् बसिस् फ़ोर् पोटेन्cइएस्,हस् नेग्लेcटेड् ते नोब्ले
पत् लेअडिन्ग् टो ते प्रोपेर् डेस्ट्रुcटिओन् ओफ़्
सुफ़्फ़ेरिन्ग्.Wहोएवेर्,हस् उन्डेर्टकेन् ते फ़ोउर् बसिस् फ़ोर्
पोटेन्cइएस्,हस् उन्डेर्टकेन् ते नोब्ले पत् लेअडिन्ग् टो ते प्रोपेर्
डेस्ट्रुcटिओन् ओफ़् सुफ़्फ़ेरिन्ग्
Havemercy Fullhouse GIF - Havemercy Fullhouse GIFs


92) Classical Sindhi,
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Thank You Rose GIF - Thank You Rose Flower GIFs
سٺو دماغي دوست کي سٺو ڪيو
ويٽتا سٽا
- تفصيل سان - ٻڌمت جي پنهنجي لفظن ۾
هتي
ٻڌڻي تفصيل سان بيان ڪري ٿو ته هو پنج سڪا بالز کي سڏيندو آهي (ٽريننگس ۾
هڪ جي مضبوط). هي سلسلو آساني سان متوازي ترجمو ڪرڻ کان سواء آساني سان
سمجهي ٿو، جيڪڏهن توهان سادو سحر جي حوالي ڪري سگهو ٿا، جيڪڏهن متن ۾ پيش
گون. کلي انگريزي لغت پڻ موجود آهي، صرف صورت ۾.

ويراڊا سٽا
- نظرانداز ڪيو ويو - ٻڌمت جي لفظن ۾
جيڪو جيڪو انهن کي نظرانداز ڪري ٿو ته عظيم رستي کي نظرانداز ڪري ٿو.
جيڪو
به ڪردارن جي ڪري آهي، خدشات کي حل ڪرڻ جي مناسب تباهي کي نيڪال ڪرڻ،
پنهنجي ذات کي درست ڪرڻ جي لاء ته عظيم رستو اختيار ڪيو آهي، ان کي مصيبت
جي مناسب طريقي سان ڪيو آهي



Thank You Thanking You GIF - Thank You Thanking You Thanks To You GIFs


102) Classical Tamil-பாரம்பரிய இசைத்தமிழ் செம்மொழி,
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புத்திசாலித்தனமான மனம்-புத்தர்
Vitathata Sutta.
- விவரம் - புத்தரின் சொந்த வார்த்தைகளில்
இங்கே
புத்தர் அவர் ஐந்து sekha-balas (பயிற்சி ஒரு வளர்ந்து வரும்) என்ன
அழைக்கிறார் என்பதை விவரம் வரையறுக்கிறது. இந்த சூடா ஒரு இணை மொழிபெயர்ப்பு
தேவையில்லாமல் எளிதாக புரிந்துகொள்ளக்கூடியது, நீங்கள் சட்டா சதாமு
சூத்திரங்களை உரைப்பதாகக் கூறினால், உரையில் பரிந்துரைக்கப்படும்.
பாலி-ஆங்கிலம் அகராதி கூட கிடைக்கும்.
புத்தர் சொன்ன பொக்கிஷ வார்த்தைகள்!!! புத்தறின் பொன்மொழிகல்!!!


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Viraddha Sutta.
- புறக்கணிக்கப்பட்ட - புத்தரின் சொந்த வார்த்தைகளில்
எவரேனும் புறக்கணிப்பதை அலைக்கழிப்பார்.
துஷ்பிரயோகம்
செய்வதற்கு நான்கு அடிப்படைகளை அலட்சியம் செய்த எவரேனும், துஷ்பிரயோகம்
செய்வதற்கு வழிவகுக்கும் உன்னத பாதையை புறக்கணித்துள்ளார்.


104) Classical Telugu- క్లాసికల్ తెలుగు,

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Mind-buddha good😊purify చేయండి
విట్తతా సూటా
- వివరాలు - బుద్ధుని సొంత మాటలలో
ఇక్కడ
బుద్ధుడు అతను ఐదు సెఖా-బాలేస్ (శిక్షణలో ఉన్న పారాస్) అని పిలిచే
వివరాలను నిర్వచిస్తాడు. ఈ సూటా ఒక సమాంతర అనువాదం అవసరం లేకుండా సులభంగా
అర్థం చేసుకోవచ్చు, మీరు సత్తామ్ సూత్రాలను టెక్స్ట్లో సూచించబడతారు.
పాలి-ఇంగ్లీష్ నిఘంటువు కూడా అందుబాటులో ఉంది, కేసులో.
బుద్ధుని సమాధానాలు //Answers from Budha //
బుద్ధుని సమాధానాలు //Answers from buddha //


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విరాఢ్ సుత్టా
- నిర్లక్ష్యం - బుద్ధుని సొంత మాటలలో
ఎవరైతే నోబుల్ మార్గాన్ని నిర్లక్ష్యం చేస్తారు.
ఎవరైతే,
శక్తుల కోసం నాలుగు ప్రాతిపదికను నిర్లక్ష్యం చేశారు, బాధ యొక్క సరైన
నాశనానికి దారితీసిన నోబెల్ మార్గాన్ని నిర్లక్ష్యం చేశారు
బుద్ధుడి మరణానికి కారణం ఇదే,ఎవరికీ తెలియని జీవిత రహస్యాలు,బుద్ధ చరిత్ర|#Buddha Pournima Significance
ఈ రోజే మహిమాన్వితమైన బుద్ధ పౌర్ణమి, బుద్ధుడి చరిత్ర, జీవిత రహస్యాలు|#Buddha Pournima Significance




109) Classical Urdu- کلاسیکی اردو


  • دماغ بدھ کو اچھی طرح سے کریں
    وٹھاٹا سوٹٹا
    - تفصیل میں - بدھ کے اپنے الفاظ میں
    یہاں
    بدھ تفصیل سے وضاحت کرتا ہے کہ وہ پانچ سیکا بالس (تربیت میں ایک
    strenghs) کو فون کرتا ہے. اگر یہ ایرر برقرار رہے تو ہمارے ہیلپ ڈیسک سے
    رابطہ کریں. اس ویڈیو پر غلط استعمال کی اطلاع دیتے ہوئے ایرر آ گیا ہے.
    براہ مہربانی دوبارہ کوشش کریں. اگر یہ ایرر برقرار رہے تو ہمارے ہیلپ ڈیسک
    سے رابطہ کریں. غلط استعمال کی اطلاع دیتے ہوئے ایرر آ گیا ہے. براہ
    مہربانی دوبارہ کوشش کریں. اگر یہ ایرر برقرار رہے تو ہمارے ہیلپ ڈیسک سے
    رابطہ کریں. غلط استعمال کی اطلاع دیتے ہوئے ایرر آ گیا ہے. پالسی-انگریزی
    لغت بھی دستیاب ہے، صرف صورت میں.

ویراہ ساٹا
نظر انداز - بدھ کے اپنے الفاظ میں
جو بھی ان کو نظرانداز کرتا ہے نوبل راستہ.
جو
بھی، طاقتوں کے لئے چار بنیاد کو نظر انداز کر دیا ہے، اس نے مصیبت کی
مناسب تباہی کے باعث عظیم راستے کو نظر انداز کیا ہے. جو بھی، پیشن گوئی کے
لئے چار بنیاد کئے گئے ہیں، اس نے نوبل راستے کو مصیبت کی مناسب تباہی کا
سامنا کرنا پڑا ہے.
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