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Recommended Books

The titles in this list by highly-respected monks, authors and scholars may be considered as  some of the best bedrock Theravada books available in English.



Thus Have I Heard: The Lion's Roar Print E-mail
Written by David Holmes (Anagarika Tevijjo)   

Introduction

This textual document contains two sets of quotations translated from the Buddha’s Words which, had previously been published under the title of The Lion’s Roar. First We shall, , examine the translations of two suttas by Bhikkhu Nanamoli, (edited by Bhikkhu Bodhi); and, then, secondly, we shall subsequently go on, to examine the words of the Buddha as collected in a longer anthology of quotations rendered from the Pali texts and presented by David Maurice.

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Directions for Insight and Other Talks by Upasika Kee Nanayon Print E-mail
Written by David Holmes (Anagarika Tevijjo)   

Introduction

Upasika Kee Nanayon, also known by her penname, Kee Khao-suan-luang, was arguably the foremost woman Dhamma teacher in twentieth-century Thailand.
Her teaching is still highly respected and practiced by monks, nuns and laypeople.

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The Maha Mangala Sutta by Dr. R.L. Soni Print E-mail
Written by David Holmes (Anagarika Tevijjo)   

Introduction

This sutta contains a compact list of the world's thirty-eight highest blessings, which makes references to all of the Buddha's main points of teaching, within one, tight, sequential discourse.

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To the Last Breath by Venerable Maha Boowa Print E-mail
Written by David Holmes (Anagarika Tevijjo)   

Introduction

"... the Buddha said that it wasn't important which day we die.
Whenever the breath runs out, that is the day.
The only criterion is our last breath..."

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Everyman's Ethics by Narada Thera Print E-mail
Written by David Holmes (Anagarika Tevijjo)   

Introduction

"This is the best tight textual inrtoduction one can get by reading the Buddha's relavent suttas on morality and ethics, persented in a clearly deliniated way."

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