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The Sri Lankan version of the Pali Canon, much of which is translated into English.
Khmer Buddhist Organization
Cambodian Theravada Buddhism.
Translations of the Tipitaka, teachings and articles on Theravada Buddhism and cultural aspects.
An extensive collection of articles on Theravada.
Theravada Buddhist Society of America.
News, information and articles.
Perspectives on Buddhism from Dr B B Ambedkar, the Indian social activist, and his followers.
Articles by Nina van Gorkom, Sujin Boriharnwanaket, and others on meditation, vipassana, citta, and satipatthana.
Chieng Mai Dhamma Study Group
A collection of books, essays, talks and reflections centering on Theravada Buddhism.
Access to Insight
A library of readings from Theravada Buddhism. Search, browse, and download over 600 translated discourses by the Buddha, plus many transcriptions of Dhamma books and talks.
Theravada Buddhist InfoWeb
Buddhism for the Lay Practitioner
For those who are interested in discovering Theravada Buddhism from a lay perspective.
Thailand Buddhism World Wide Web
Thai Buddhist articles in Engilish and Thai.
Outline of Buddhist beliefs and practises from "Religious Tolerance" site.
Theravada Buddhism in the UK. Many articles and discources.
Scriptures, mudras, virtual temple, discussion, live chat, recommended reading and art gallery.
Buddhism and Everything
Basics of Buddhism, Suttas, personal experiences and discussion forums.
Introduction to Buddhism
From the Birmingham (UK) Buddhist Vihara.
Books and articles about Theravada Buddhism.
Thailand-based foundation that promotes meditation as a way to inner and world peace.
Information based on the Pali canon, and Buddhist news.
Buddhist Spiritual Sound Recordings
Audio recordings of teachings online in the RealAudio & Windows Media formats.
Vipassana and Theravada from a Burmese perspective.
Articles by Theravada Buddhists around the world.
Lotus Buddhist Resource
A basic introduction to Buddhism from a Theravadan standpoint, presented in a (computer-resource intensive) multimedia format.
links to Theravadin Buddhist monasteries in the West and in Thailand, links to newsletters and Dhamma-talks of Ajahn Chah and his disciples.
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