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- Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library (ANU,
This is the major site which keeps track of leading information
facilities in the field of Buddhism and Buddhist studies around
- Buddhist Studies and the Arts
(Washington U, St. Louis,USA)
An annotated list of sites with Buddhist textural and visual
- DharmaNet InterLinks (DEFA)
Listing of, and links to, online Buddhist resources - academic,
practice, monastic, commercial.
- Mind Only Cafe
Mind Only Cafe, created by Professor Joe Wilson of the University
of North Carolina, is a fine compendium of Buddhist and Asian
art resources. This link also features Yogacara Buddhism and Religious
- Numata Center for Buddhist Translations & Research
(The Numata Center, USA)
The non-profit publishers of the BDK English Tripitaka translation
of the entire Buddhist canon.
- Himalayan Buddhist Art
Asian Art Server - an excellent on-line resource.
- Kalapa Recordings
Click here for an on-line audio and videotape catalogue of
contemporary Buddhist teachers. A hardcopy edition of this catalogue
is also available free of charge upon request.
- Snow Lion Publications
SLP on the World Wide Web contains information about Tibet
and Tibet-related events. This page also contains a production-schedule
for Snow Lion books and in-depth reviews of new books on a variety
of Buddhist topics.
- The Journal of Buddhist Ethics
The Journal of Buddhist Ethics is the first Buddhist periodical
established for the express purpose of furthering our understanding
of the ethical concerns in Buddhism. The JBE is electronically
published by Charles Prebish and Damien Keown and has an editorial
board comprised of a number of established Buddhist Studies scholars
from the United States, Canada, Japan, England, and elsewhere.
- Buddhism in Toronto
Buddhism in Toronto is the homepage of George Klima and is
a compendium of links to Buddhist articles, images, activities
(especially in Toronto), and electronic resources of all kinds.
- Buddhist in Germany
Contains addresses and events of German Buddhist groups.
- Chinese Buddhist Resources List
Provides complete list of online Chinese Buddhist resources.
The Buddhist Alternative Journal; Full text of past issues.
- Access to Insight - Resources for Buddhist Practice
Resources for Theravada Buddhist Practice. Home of the Theravada
text archives and Dhamma Dana Publications (Barre, Massachusetts);
Buddhist Publication Society catalogue; Directory of meditation
centers and practice groups in USA.
- Buddhist Publication Society
Newsletters and mail-order catalogue of the BPS, Sri Lanka.
- Sri Lanka Tripitaka Project
(Penn. State U,USA)
The input of the entirety of the words of the Buddha and his
immediate disciples, as preserved in the Sri Lankan version of
the Pali 'Tripitaka', was completed at the 'Siri Vajuranana Dharmayatanaya',
Bhikkhu Training Center, Maharagama, Sri Lanka in 1994.
- Quintessence of Buddhism
Culasunnatta Sutta - The Quintessence of Buddhism or Seven
Steps to Nirvana. The Sutta(121). An excerpt from 'A Treasury
of the Buddha's Words', translated by Ven. Nyanamoli, Thera.
- The BUDSIR Project
The entire Pali Tipitaka as well as other Buddhist texts have
been put on CD-ROM by the Mahidol University in Thailand and its
the BUDSIR project.
- Vipassana Meditation: Courses in the Art of Living
The home page of the North American organisation which offers
courses in Vipassana Meditation in the tradition of Sayagyi U
Ba Kin as taught by S.N.Goenka and his assistant teachers.
- International Meditation Centers
This link offers ten-day Theravadin Buddhist courses on meditation
as well as access to newsletters and other publications.
- The Forest Sangha Newsletter
Articles and news from the Forest Sangha's monasteries.(UK)
- Tibetan Studies WWW Virtual Library
The Tibetan Studies WWW Virtual Library is maintained by Matthew
Ciolek of Australian National University and is thus a very comprehensive
- H.H.Dalai Lama - Power of Compassion: Q & A (www.hyperlink.com,USA)
An excerpt from 'The Power of Compassion' - a collection of
lectures by His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama trans. by Geshe Thupten
- Quietmountain Tibetan Website
This site provides excellent and extensive information pertaining
to the four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism.
- The Dzogchen Foundation
This link is dedicated to teaching Dzogchen, "The Inherent
Great Perfection," considered by some to be the highest teaching
of Tibetan Buddhism.
- Dzogchen - Chögal Namkhai Norbu
Information on Dzogchen retreats in Australia.
- Ligmincha Institute
Information about Tibetan Bon, Dzogchen, transcripts of teachings
(esp. those of Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche), and access to all the
issues of the "Voice of Clear Light" quarterly.
- Asynchronous School of Buddhist Dialectics Homepage
The ASBD homepage contains, among many other interesting items,
a translation of Tsong kha pa's Three Principal Aspects of
- Kunga Tibetan Archives
Click on this link to explore Tibetan Buddhism as categorised,
literally, from "A" to "Z."
- Gyuto Tantric Choir
Click on this link to hear multiphonic chanting by Tibetan
- The ANU Zen Buddhism Homepage.(ANU,Australia)
This page from the Coombs archives of Australia National University
features a detailed graphical schematisation outlining the aetiology
of the various schools of Zen Buddhism.
- The Electronic Bodhidharma
Created by the International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism
(IRIZ) in Kyoto, this site contains Zen bibliographies, texts,
art, information about a Zen CD-ROM from IRIZ, and conversion
files and other tools available for downloading.
- Coursework on the Lotus Suutra and Zen/Ch'an
This link takes you to Cornell University for undergraduate-
and graduate-level courses on the Lotus Sutra and Zen/Ch'an
Buddhism. The courses are taught by distinguished professors from
a number of universities, and the site is maintained by John McRae,
Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University.
- The Zen Hospice Project
Located in San Francisco, the Zen Hospice Project is dedicated
to the care of people who are approaching death and to increasing
our understanding of our own impermanence.
- The Zen Sunsite Homepage
This site features a translation of The Gateless Gate,
which is a famous collection of kooans.
- Ten Bulls Homepage
Click here and take a journey toward your "true self"
by way of the metaphor of the "ten bulls."
- The Alan Watts Electronic University.
This site features the sale of audio and videotapes of lectures
by Alan Watts as compiled by his son, Mark.
- Zen Ancestors Home Page
Texts of Zen-related lectures and some historical data
- Zen Buddhist Texts
Information on Zen videos and Buddhism in general.
- Zen Garden
Contains Zen stories and koans.