In 2023 SuttaCentral.net started offering a variety of formats of their translations for download as well as print on demand. To get these translations, please visit the Itivuttaka Editions page on their website. For now they do not offer Pali-English as ebooks, so please make use of the editions below.
The Itivuttaka is a wonderful collection of 112 very short suttas consisting of a statement and a restating of the same idea in verse. It is a wonderful collection to use as a one-sutta-per-day book.
The editions below were created from the March 2023 edition of the website.
The editions below were created from the March 2021 version of the website.
This edition was created from the March 2021 edition of the website.
If you are going to use the ebook edition for a daily sutta reading practice, you may want to use a checklist to keep track and have a physical reminder of what you have read. You can download checklists here.
And of course you can read it on-line at SuttaCentral.net.
Other Free E-Book versions of Itivuttaka:
- Itivuttaka translated by John Ireland
- Itivuttaka: This was said by the Buddha, translated by Ṭhānissaro Bhikkhu. (from DhammaTalks.org)
Paid E-Book versions of Itivuttaka
- The Itivuttaka: This was said by the Buddha by Kiribathgoda Gnanananda Thero on Amazon. You can read this translation for free online at SuttaFriends.org.
Audio Book of Itivuttaka:
- Theragāthā [Pali-English] Verses of Senior Monks—Free Epub, Kindle & PDF
- Majjhima Nikāya [Pali-English]: Middle Discourses—Free Epub & Kindle
- Saṁyuttanikāya [Pali-English]: Linked Discourses—Free EPUB & Kindle
- Aṅguttaranikāya [Pali-English]: Numbered Discourses—Free EPUB & Kindle
- Majjhima Nikaya translated by Bhikkhu Sujato—Free Epub, Kindle, PDF
- Samyutta Nikaya translated by Bhikkhu Sujato—Free Epub, Kindle, PDF
- Anguttara Nikaya translated by Bhikkhu Sujato—Free Epub, Kindle, PDF
- Simple Chart of the Sutta Pitaka
- Make a Sutta Reading Practice Plan