Sites containing contemporary or traditional Tibetan Buddhist texts and teachings.
Description of ACIP's mission to preserve and make Eastern scriptural texts available in computerized form. A selection of texts from the Kangyur, Tengyur, and Sungbum, in Romanized Tibetan and Tibetan script are available to read or download. Includes graphics of woodblock prints, reference materials, Tibetan Font software, catalogs, and a version of the Blue Annals in English.
Translations of Tibetan Buddhist texts, especially those relating to Dzogchen, the Great Perfection. Translations include Tibetan text, English translation, and, for some, transliteration. Requires Acrobat Reader.
The Heart of Wisdom (Mahaprajnaparamita Hridaya)in Tibetan script, Tibetan transliteration, Tibetan-English literal translation, and English gloss, with recordings in WAV and RealAudio formats (pronunciation is Ladakhi/Western Tibetan.) Recorded at Ridzong Gompa, Ladakh, July 1982.
The Heart Sutra (Heart of Wisdom) Parallel Tibetan and English, with recorded Tibetan audio clips of each page.
Founded by Lama Zopa Rinpoche, to make available the collected works of Lama Thubten Yeshe and Lama Zopa. Contains biographies of the Lamas as well as many teachings by them.
An expanding collection of translations of Buddhist texts from Tibetan into English (and other languages.)
The Great Liberation upon Hearing in the Intermediate State, also known as the Bardo Thodol. The Evans-Wentz edition.
A list of Tibetan volumes of the Bardo Throdrol and related Bon texts. Summary and explanation of contents.
The Evans-Wentz / Kazi Dawa-Samdup translation in two parts, followed by a modern reworking of the text.
An encyclopedic database of Himalayan scriptures from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Texts are available for purchase on CDs.
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