Learning Guides

Website: Pali Studies
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This blog is aimed at those wishing to learn to translate the Buddhist Pali scriptures for themselves. Its a novice students attempt to bridge the gap between the intro primers and AK Warder.

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Notes from Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka.

Second year: http://bpunotes2.weebly.com/

Third year: http://bpunotes3.weebly.com/

University website: http://www.bpu.ac.lk/

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Reference materials on verb conjugations, noun declensions, etc.

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From the Arrow River center in Canada, some flash-card like drills on nouns and verbs in Pali.

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A very handy table which allows to quickly look up the grammatical forms by their suffixes.

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This course is designed to help you to learn the basics of Pali grammar and vocabulary through direct study of selections from the Buddhas discourses. It thus aims to enable you to read the Buddhas discourses in the original as quickly as possible. The textbook for the course is A New Course in Reading Pali: Entering the Word of the Buddha by James Gair and W.S. Karunatillake (1998, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, Delhi, India. ISBN 81-208-1440-1). The Pali grammatical tables were designed by Bhikkhu Nyanatusita.