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Printable index of sutta names in Pali language.
Sometimes it can be a challenge finding suttas, even if we have an exact citation. Here are some resources to help you out. PTS Citations pts.dhamma-dana.de Some of the most confounding citations are the ones that use the Pali Text Society (PTS) Pali edition page numbers as a numbering system. You can recognize these citations … Read more
Learn to find your way around the Sutta Pitaka with this simple chart. Knowing the structure of the Pali Canon will make you more comfortable with what you read.
Citations are a standard way we can refer to specific suttas. AN: Anguttara Nikaya The most common citation for the Anguttara Nikaya is AN, although sometimes it is just an A. The numbered part of the citation has two parts—a chapter number and then a sutta number.
Even if we do most of our reading in print books or ebooks, we will need to go on-line and look up suttas. Here are some tips help you use the resources on SuttaCentral.net. Setting site language Setting the site language on SuttaCentral.net accomplishes two things: How to set Click the three dot menu in … Read more
Here is a simple handout that explains the four stages of enlightenment. As you read the suttas, the Buddha will refer to these stages so it is good to have this chart on hand when reading. Related: Make a Sutta Reading Practice Plan Simple Chart of the Sutta Pitaka Living in the Land of the … Read more
You can use these sutta checklists to keep track of the suttas that you have read. If you like to skip around, this will help to make sure that you eventually read them all. Complete Checklist These checklists are designed to be printed double sided, flipped on the short side, then folded into a booklet … Read more
This is the detailed table of contents of In the Buddha’s Words: An Anthology of Discourses from the Pali Canon by Bhikkhu Bodhi, published by Wisdom Publications, but linked to the free translations available on SuttaCentral.net. The translations are by Bhikkhu Sujato. NOTE: Once you are on SuttaCentral.net, you can click on the Parallels icon … Read more
The following hnadouts are perfect to use in classes or workshops on the Sutta Pitaka. They show the structures of the Nikayas and give some highlights of topics covered. Related: Realms of Rebirth Taught by the Buddha Simple Chart of the Sutta Pitaka Living in the Land of the Buddha Downloads