hornets wrote:This is fantastic. Thank you!
Bonsai Doug wrote:A wonderful site/resource. I was happy to add my email addy to your "follow" list.
polarbuddha101 wrote:I'll probably do a once over through all the Nikayas (I always like reading books casually all the way through the first time around, even the bible) to survey the vast extent of the territory
polarbuddha101 wrote:Welp, I've been convinced. I just purchased all the Nikayas (except for the Khuddaka Nikaya cause I couldn't find a full translation), but the Anguttara Nikaya won't be ready til November apparently, not that it really matters though since each Nikaya on it's own is probably comparable to the entire Christian bible and are each capable of occupying me for many lifetimes. I'll probably do a once over through all the Nikayas (I always like reading books casually all the way through the first time around, even the bible) to survey the vast extent of the territory and then I'll start picking out particularly important/useful suttas to become knowledgeable of. Thanks for the article.
Cittasanto wrote:I don't believe ther is a full version of Khuddaka.
it is comprised of several books not all of which have been translated (to my knowledge) or are in PTS editions only.
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