Buddha Jayanti Tipitaka and Palitext Cd

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Buddha Jayanti Tipitaka and Palitext Cd

Postby sphairos » Sun Jun 12, 2011 10:25 am

Dear friends,

Could someone clarify what's up with online resources of the Sri Lankan Tipitaka Project "Buddha Jayanti Tipitaka"? Can they and where they can be found in a good quality? Excluding what is on metta.lk and Goettingen's Digha Nikaya.

And, also, what is up with the Palitext Cd, published by the Dhammakaya and PTS? Is there a new version?

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Re: Buddha Jayanti Tipitaka and Palitext Cd

Postby sphairos » Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:04 pm

Still interested

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Re: Buddha Jayanti Tipitaka and Palitext Cd

Postby BKh » Tue Jun 14, 2011 6:31 pm

sphairos wrote:Could someone clarify what's up with online resources of the Sri Lankan Tipitaka Project "Buddha Jayanti Tipitaka"? Can they and where they can be found in a good quality? Excluding what is on metta.lk and Goettingen's Digha Nikaya.

Perhaps you could clarify your question. Are you asking if there is a romanised version of the BJT other than the SLPT? My understanding is that is the only complete version. I believe it is filled with typos, if that is what you mean by quality.

Bhante Anandajoti has some BJT texts that are checked for errors. http://www.ancient-buddhist-texts.net

If others know of more resources for the BJT, I'd be interested in hearing as well.
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