Tipitaka texts in Norwegian

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Tipitaka texts in Norwegian

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I have just finished translating the Itivuttaka. So now my complete translations Digha Nikaya, Majjhima Nikaya, Dhammapada, Suttanipata, Udana and Itivuttaka are published at my web site, with excerpts also from the other Nikayas. I suppose the Samyutta Nikaya is next in line, but that will probably take me a couple of years.

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Sadhu! That is great. For sure many will benefit from it.

I find the Samyutta most intriguing for its structure. So I hope it will be some interesting years.

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Sounds great Kare,

I see your work is also on Sutta Central, e.g.: https://suttacentral.net/no/mn1

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mikenz66 wrote:Sounds great Kare,

I see your work is also on Sutta Central, e.g.: https://suttacentral.net/no/mn1

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Thank you, Mike. I found the sutta following your link. But when I go to Sutta Central and look for it, I can not find it. So how did you navigate to find my translation at the Sutta Central?
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If you go to
Sutta ->MN
https://suttacentral.net/mn
and click on the triangle towards the right hand side it will show you all the available translations.

You might like to read, and contribute to, the discussions on:
https://discourse.suttacentral.net/

Here's a post about your translations: https://discourse.suttacentral.net/t/ad ... -texts/195

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mikenz66 wrote:If you go to
Sutta ->MN
https://suttacentral.net/mn
and click on the triangle towards the right hand side it will show you all the available translations.

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I tried that, but I still can not see any link to my translation. Strange ...
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Strange. Note that there are two triangles. You want the one on the far right.

Otherwise, there could be some browser-related bugs. It would be better to discuss such things directly on the board over there.

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Ah! The second triangle. Found it. Thanks!
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