Web sites for Buddhist reference

http://www.buddhist-canon.com/PLAIN/index.html http://www.suttaworld.org/qing/menu/index.htm http://www.budaedu.org/publish/ http://www.fodian.net/ http://jhoo.com/usindex.shtml http://www.buddhist-canon.com/QING/index.html http://amtb.cjb.net/ http://www.suttaworld.org http://www.math.ncu.edu.tw/~david/buddhism.html http://www.taconet.com.tw/dalai http://www.4ui.com/ http://www.buddhismcity.net/ http://www.buddhanet.com.tw http://www.baus.org/baus/library/index_c.html http://www.mahabodhi.org/index.html http://www.amtb.org.tw/ http://www.yogichen.org/ http://www.buddhist-canon.com/PUBLIC/PUBNOR/LZY_ffyl.htm http://www.buddhist-canon.com/PUBLIC/PUBNOR/RD_wx.htm http://www.buddhist-canon.com/PUBLIC/PUBNOR/SJRBC/tibet00.htm http://www.buddhist-canon.com/PUBLIC/PUBNOR/swwj.htm – Khenpo Khartar Rinpoche http://www.cbeta.org/index.htm   http://www.buddhist-canon.com   Teachings below are true speech should read them with manner of Grace and Love   Teaching 1 Teaching 2 Teaching 3 Teaching 4 Teaching 5 Teaching

Buddhist book publishers

Buddhist Book Publishers   Wisdom Publications: http://www.wisdompubs.org/ Curzon Press: http://www.curzonpress.co.uk/ Pariyatti Book Service: http://www.pariyatti.com/ Shambhala Publicaions: http://www.shambhala.com/ Windhorse Books: http://www.windhorse.com.au/ Buddhist Publication Society: http://www.bps.lk/ Barre Center Buddhist Studies: http://www.dharma.org/bcbs/publications/index.htm Inward Path Publisher: http://www.buddhanet.net/ipp.htm Metta Forest Monastery: http://www.mettaforest.org Sati Center Book Fund: http://www.sati.org/ Buddhist Cultural Centre: http://www.buddhistcc.com/   Dharma Publishing: http://www.dharmapublishing.com Wisdom Books: http://www.wisdom-books.com/ Dharma Seed


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