Exploring the texts and the words in their Pali version is a completely different experience compared to merely reading an english translation, because one is enabled to make the link between the different contexts in which a particular word appears, which gives it a much deeper meaning that no conventional translation will ever be able to convey.
The advantages of this new formula are that
1° you get translations of the suttas of unprecedented precision
2° you learn Pali by yourself when you want to, in a meaningful context
3° you choose the content of what you learn
4° you choose the depth to which you want to dig the meaning of a term, an expression or a sutta.
This depth will increase as the website develops.
You can start on the two newly published pages (don't miss the bubbles and the glossary!):
Pali formula for Indriya Saṃvara:http://www.suttapitaka.net/formulae/samvara.html
First sutta with this new concept:http://www.suttapitaka.net/sutta/angutt ... 5-241.html
They are s far the only pages of that precise kind on the website, but they will very soon be followed by many
Where knowledge ends, religion begins. - B. Disraelihttp://www.buddha-vacana.org
As a sweet-smelling and beautiful lotus flower may grow upon a heap of rubbish thrown on the highway, so also, out of the rubbish heap of beings may appear a disciple of the Buddha, who with his wisdom, shines resplendent in wisdom. -/ Dhp 58-59