Other Theravada Sources
Note: I cannot personally vouch for the quality of all the materials offered on the external sites listed here. Some are more useful than others. Use your own best judgment.
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- » Amaravati Buddhist Monastery (Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, UK; PDF and HTML) offers a chanting guide and books by monastics from the Amaravati Buddhist sangha.
- » Annotated Bibliography of Buddhism (Gregory Smith, USA) provides brief synopses of hundreds of books on Buddhism, and was prepared by the authors of the exceptionally clear and useful textbook » The Buddhist Religion: A Historical Introduction (Fourth Edition).
- » Aruna Publications (Aruna Ratanagiri Buddhist Monastery, UK; PDF and HTML) offers chanting guides and books by monastics from the Amaravati Buddhist sangha.
- » Beyond the Net (Damrivi Foundation, Sri Lanka; HTML) has a collection of good short introductory articles about Theravada Buddhism by such authors as Bhikkhu Bodhi, Piyadassi Thera, Mithra Wettimuny, and Lily de Silva.
(Warning: this site makes heavy use of frames, graphics, and applets. Extra patience required.)
- » BuddhaNet (Buddhanet, Australia; PDF, HTML, and other formats) has a large archive of Buddhist texts in a variety of formats.
- » BuddhaSasana (Binh Anson; HTML) offers a good selection of articles and translations by contemporary authors (mostly Theravadan), in a very readable format.
- » Going Forth (Malaysia) offers a collection of links to sites offering personal reflections on life as a Theravada Buddhist monk or nun.
- » Letchworth Dhamma Nikethanaya Buddhist Centre (UK) offers an excellent chanting guide (in Pali and English) as well as a few introductory readings on Theravada Buddhism.
- » Metta Forest Monastery (Metta Forest Monastery, USA; HTML) offers several articles by Ajaan Geoff (Thanissaro Bhikkhu).
- » Theravada Buddhist Women's Resources (Steve Russell; HTML) has a collection of writings by Buddhist women teachers, ancient and modern.
- » Wat Pah Baan Taad (Thailand; PDF) offers a number of books by Ajaan Maha Boowa.