The objective of this website was to develop an interactive, user friendly and easy to understand website filled with Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha information for individuals interested in Basic Buddhism as well as to individuals learning Advanced Studies in Buddhism. The path Lord Buddha set 2500 years ago for people to attain the highest form of happiness (Nirvana) cannot be followed if one is not properly educated. This site strives to provide this education.
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by Mahathera Ledi Sayadaw, Aggamahapandita, D.Litt.
Translated into English by Sayadaw U Nyana, Patamagyaw of Masoeyein Monastery Mandalay. Edited by The English Editorial Board
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- Commentary on the Anguttura Nikaya
- Commentary on the Samyutta Nikaya
- Commentary on the Sutta Nipata
- Commentary on the Udana
- Commentary on the Buddhavamsa
- FAQs on Buddhism
- A Commentary on the "Flood" Sutra
- Quotes from Buddhist Teachers
- Sayadaw U Janaka's Meditation Guidelines
This book has been compiled by a group of people who had practised samatha meditation for some years, and approached abhidhamma as a means to a deeper understanding of both meditation practice and everyday experience. The basis of their study was the Abhidhammattha-sangaha, the book traditionally used in many Buddhist countries.
This page documents the establishment of the bhikkhu sangha in new lands outside the Theravada Buddhist countries of South East Asia.