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Open to all Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana websites specifically devoted to the Buddha's Suttas, Sastras, Sutras, commentaries or liturgies.
 

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   Homepage for Dharmajim's Sutra Salon Preview Go
This is where Dharmajim gets to talk about his favorite subject: the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha. Dharmajim’s Buddhist journey is typical for a westerner. He studied in Zen, Theravada, Dzog Chen, and Nichiren Buddhism. Dharmajim has practiced as a monastic & as a layperson. He has served as Abbot of a Temple & a Prison Chaplain. The writings here reflect the multifaceted nature of his journey.
   The Disappearance Of The True Buddha's Dhamma Preview Go
Digha Nikaya Sutta 16 & Anguttara Nikaya Sutta 4.180 - the words & syallables are to be closely scrutinized, laid beside Sutta & compared with Vinaya. If, when thus laid beside Sutta & compared with Vinaya, they lie not along with Sutta & agree not with Vinaya, to this conclusion must ye come: Sure this is not the word of that Exalted One, Arahant, the Fully Enlightened One, & it was wrongly taken by that m
   World Zen Fellowship Preview Go
The World Zen Fellowship offers meditation and Dharma teaching with Zen Master Po Hwa Sunim in the Washington DC metropolitan area and New York City.


   Herstorical Women in Buddhism Preview Go
The Buddha's teachings for women, as well as many articles and books by or about women in buddhist history, past and present. Homepage of the Buddhist Womyn WebRing!
   Miraculous Tales from Japanese Buddhism Preview Go
Tales on the karmic retribution of good and evil from the oldest collection of Buddhist legends in Japan, 'The Nihonkoku Genpo Zen'aku Ryoiki' by the Monk Kyokai of Yakushi-ji, written down about 1200 years ago.






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