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Online Buddhist Resources

  • Access to Insight:: A website dedicated to providing information on Theravada Buddhism, as it has been handed down through both the written word of the Pali Canon and the living example of the Sangha.
  • fba-logo Dharmachakra Archive is the sound and text archive of the Western Buddhist Order.
    *Free Buddhist Audio from the Dharmachakra Archive *Over 500 audio talks on Buddhism and meditation
    *Hundreds of seminar and lecture transcripts *Free downloads, or listen and read online
  • Wildmind : An online resource for learning meditation, including guided meditations in RealAudio format to lead you through the practices.
  • Triratna NYC Bookstore: An online Buddhist bookstore selling books suitable for people at all level's of interest.
  • Buddhism and... : Many of the frequently asked questions people have about Buddhism and.................
  • Buddhist Resources on Vegetarianism and Animal Welfare
  • A Home for Vegetarian Buddhists
  • Shabkar.org Vegetarianism as a Buddhist way of life. The site takes its name from Shabkar Tsodruk Rangdrol (1781-1851), the great Tibetan yogi who espoused the ideals of vegetarianism.
  • Meditation Timers
  • Fake Buddha Quotes : They’re everywhere you look: Twitter, Facebook, blogs, quotes sites — even in books by well-known Buddhists. Fake Buddha Quotes abound.

Web Directories and Portals

  • Buddhanet.net: The result of a vision to link up with the growing world-wide culture of people committed to the Buddha's teachings and lifestyle, as an on-line cyber sangha.
  • Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library: The Internet Guide on Buddhism and Buddhist Studies.
  • Dharmanet Worldwide directory of centers
  • World Buddhist Directory The result of a vision to link up with the growing world-wide culture of people committed to the Buddha's teachings and lifestyle, as an on-line cyber sangha.


Socially Engaged Buddhist Organizations
  • Buddhist Peace Fellowship: An organization that aims to serve as a catalyst and agent for socially engaged Buddhism.
  • Karuna: Working in India among some of the poorest communities in the world, Karuna aims to give people from deprived backgrounds a sense of confidence and self-respect.
  • The Zen Hospice Project: A fusion of spiritual insight and practical social action, ZHP is now nationally recognized as an innovative model in the movement to improve end-of-life care.
  • Zen Peacemakers The mission of the Zen Peacemakers is to alleviate suffering by developing and managing holistic social service projects that help individuals, families and communities.
  • A comprehensive exposure of the continued oppression of Dalits, ‘the broken people’, who suffer under a 4,000-year-old religious system.
    It shows the continuation of caste practices and untouchability in Sikhism, Chiristanity and Islam, and even amongst the Communists in Kerala. It makes impossible for anyone to deny that untouchability continues to be practised in India.

  • Karuna Trust works in four countries across South Asia, where hundreds of millions of people suffer lives of grinding poverty and oppression, excluded from the region’s economic boom. For example, in rural India, Bangladesh and Nepal, ‘low castes’ or ethnic minorities struggle as landless day labourers, in constant danger of violence and exploitation, with little or no recourse to the law or police. At best their children receive a few years of substandard schooling. In the teeming cities, such people live in cramped, dirty slum huts, so oppressed by the daily struggle to survive that they can offer little means of escape to their children. Karuna works with community based organisations that are helping thousands of people to escape the hell of poverty and discrimination and take their rightful place in society. www.karuna.org

  • National Network of Buddhist Youth (NNBY) is an initiative of Indian Buddhist youth to support each other and underprivileged youth in India to develop their lives and serve society. It is run by youth. It is Autonomous, Independent and Creative. It is beyond all Caste Identities. National Network of Buddhist Youth

  • Jai Bhim International -caste-free generation- www.jaibhiminternational.org

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