- The Electronic Buddhist Archives are designed to act as a world-wide
repository of computer files with documents and materials of relevance
to students and researchers of Buddhism, Taoism, Sufism and other Asian
- Journal of Buddhist Ethics
- The Journal of Buddhist Ethics is the first academic journal dedicated entirely to Buddhist ethics, and is innovative in adopting a
totally electronic mode of publication. In most other respects, however, it will function as a traditional scholarly journal.
The Diamond Sutra
- The World's Earliest dated Printed Book.This scroll was found in 1907 by
the archaeologist Sir Marc Aurel Stein in a walled-up cave at the
`Caves of the Thousand Buddhas', near Dunhuang, in North-West China.
It was one of a small number of printed items among many thousands of
manuscripts, comprising a library which must have been sealed up in about
AD 1000. Although not the earliest example of blockprinting, it is the
earliest which bears an actual date. The colophon, at the inner end,
reads: `Reverently [caused to be] made for universal
free distribution by Wang jie on behalf of his
two parents on the 13th of the 4th moon of the
9th year of Xiantong [i.e. 11th May AD 868]'.
Karma Kagyu Buddhist Network
The Karma Kagyu Buddhist Network (KKBN) is an international computer network which is operated by
volunteer coordinators in order to enable and enhance communication between organizations, centers,
groups and individuals. The KKBN provides information about the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan
Buddhism, supports communication among interested parties and introduces a world-wide online Sangha.
The KKBN exists under the spiritual guidance of the 17th Karmapa, THAYE DORJE and is directed by
Lama Ole Nydahl.
- Soka Gakkai International-USA (SGI-USA)
- SGI-USA is an American Buddhist organization whose mission is to contribute to peace, culture, and education based on the Buddhism of Nichiren.
- Zen at the SunSITE
- Zen Buddhist Texts
- in HTML Format
- ZEN BUDDHISM, Chinese electronic texts & tools, bibliographies
- Shin Buddhism was initiated by Shinran (1173-1263) in Japan. His teaching was based in the Pure Land tradition as a successor to Honen (1133-1212). Shinran developed the teaching by maintaining that faith, endowed by Amida Buddha, assured enlightentment. All religious practices, particularly the recitation of the name of the Buddha, expressed gratitude rather than achieved purification.
- The White Path Temple
- focused to teach basics of Buddhism and answer questions from people.
- Buddhist Resources & Information
- Misc. Buddhist Information Sources
- On-line Resources
- Global Resources for Buddhist Studies
- Buddhist Studies WWW VL
- This document at the Australian National University, keeps track of leading
information facilities in the field of Buddhism and Buddhist studies.
- Karma Kagyu Buddhist Network
- International Meditation Centres in the Tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin
a Theravada Buddhist Meditation Teaching Facility, offering 10 day
courses in Vipassana Meditation.
- For the Generation and Preservation of Respect
- List of Links (watch out, hypnotising background pictures).
- Dzogchen Foundation
- Dzogchen, "The Innate Great Perfection", is the ultimate teaching of the Non-Sectarian Practice
Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.
- Quiet Mountain
- Tibetan Buddhist Sites and Resources
The Power of Compassion
- The Dalai Lama Questions and Answers on problems of the modern world
- pictures of statues, priests
- Early Tibetan Mandalas
- 14 fine Tibetan paintings of mandalas dating from the 13th to the 16th centuries, drawn from the collections of Rossi & Rossi, London.
- The Gyuto Tantric Choir
- Their voices come from a place largely unknown to other humans, lifting three-note chords from individual throats to produce a sound that is awesome and quite literally cosmic. They are the Gyuto Monks, once of Tibet and now of Dharmsala, India. They chant to set the human race and the planet free.
- The Other Place
- A lush virtual gallery for meditations in bhakti yoga, includes commentaries by leading Vaisnava acaryas.