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The Pali Collective

Published on 2012/04/26, by in Tech.

Another valuable resource for the Pali student is The Pali Collective Yahoo! group.  The group has about 1,200 members and has been in existence since the Winter solstice of 2000, according to the group profile.  Here’s an excerpt:

“[The Pali Collective] is a forum for anyone with an interest in Pali language and literature, as well as Pali translation works. The oldest Theravada literature is written in Pali. Understanding Pali is like holding the key to the rich contents of Pali Tipitaka. Although a large portion of it has been translated into several languages, it can be appreciated and understood in greater depth when studied in its original language.”

“Main discussion topics:

  1. Tipitaka and sutta study
  2. Pali language and literature
  3. Theravada Buddhism
  4. Samatha (Tranquillity) and Vipassana (Insight) meditation
  5. Sutta study tools and methodology
  6. Pali translation theory and practice”

 

The Pali Collective Yahoo! Group Description
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A Course in the Pali Language

Published on 2012/04/25, by in News.

Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi has been kind enough to offer his introductory Pali course on the Bodhi Monastery website. The website is very well organized for the student and includes not only an entire series of audio lectures but provides various useful grammar tables for download.

Pali Grammar Tables for download (via Bodhi Monastery)
Pali Dictionary Pali Alphabet
Pronoun Conjugation Noun Declension 1
Noun Declension 2 Pronoun Declension
Verb Conjugation Verb Conjugation and Pronoun Declension

 

A Course in the Pali Language: Through direct study of selections from the Buddha’s discourses — http://bodhimonastery.org/a-course-in-the-pali-language.html
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Pali Grammar for Students

Published on 2012/04/25, by in Books.

A Pali Grammar for Students A Pali Grammar for StudentsSteven Collins; Silkworm Books 2007WorldCatLibraryThingGoogle BooksBookFinder 

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