Theravāda Buddhism Web Directory

- English Dhamma talks by well known teachers such as Bhikkhu Bodhi and Ven. Narada Thera, Bhante Punnaji and Bhante Yogavacara Rahula;
- Sutta chants in Pali, the original language of the Buddha;
- Sinhala Dhamma talks by well known teachers such as Madihe Pannasiha Thera, Narada Thera, Gangodawila Soma Thera and others.

Helps to preserve and propagate the Dhamma talks of great Buddhist teachers globally.

Online Pali Tripitaka and Sinhala Translations.

Colombo 7

Programmes are televised and transmitted throughout the day and night, from the studios at Sri Sambodhi Viharaya, which is situated at Gregory's Road, Colombo 7.

The Sri Sambodhi Viharaya was established to disseminate the Dhamma and to create an awareness of the sacred teachings of the Supremely Enlightened Buddha, within Sri Lanka and throughout the world.

The sublime words of the Buddha, generate peace of mind and tranquility and the content focuses on the philosophical aspects of the Dhamma.

 

 

Pali, Sinhala and English texts of Tipitaka.

Talks given by Kalyanamithra Upul Nishantha Gamage, the resident meditation teacher at the Nilambe Meditation Centre near Kandy.

 

Dhamma Talks given by Many Worthy Bhantes from Sri Lanka are now available to download from the internet. This Blog gives out the links and hope to offer you an Entry Portal for many Good Talks.

Theravada Dhamma Portal to discuss and explore Dhamma for the people seeking the truth of life and their destiny as a guidance to practise Dhamma to seek liberation from this endless process of Samsara and to enjoy the Nibbanic peace within.

The Government of Sri Lanka sponsored the Translation of Tipitaka in to Sinhala on 1956 and the project was undertaken by a prominent team of scholars from the sangha community. Theis gigantic task was completed only on 1990 January with the publication of the last book by the Government Publisher.

Savanata Sisilasa is the 24 hour Internet Radio for Dhamma Talks in Sinhala (Sri Lankan language) and English. The talks are changed every 24 hours and a selected talk in English can be heard on Friday and on weekends.