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දහම් ඉගෙන ගන්න – Dhamma Links

This is a replica of Buddha Jayanthi Thripitaka.

There are 57 Books in total in 3 baskets (Pitaka). All files are in PDF format. Please download and read.

බුද්ධ ජයන්ති ත්‍රිපිටකය මෙම යොමුවෙන් ලබාගන්න. මෙහි සියලු පොත් 56ම අඩංගු වේ.

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Following are some books published by Mahamevna Asapuva Sri Lanka. There are opposing commentaries related to some ideas and the language of the translation used in these books, indicating this translation does not agree to the core meaning of Buddhist philosophy. However, the language is very easy to handle, so this would be a stepping stone for starters until they are ready to see the real depths. Link is here for the Google drive folder.

මහමෙව්නාවෙන් පල කල ත්‍රිපිටක පොත් කීපක් මෙමෙ යොමුවෙන් ලබා ගන්න.

You can read Tripitaka as pictures by visiting the following link. Language is Sinhala.

බුද්ධ ජයන්ති ත්‍රිපිටකයේ පොත් කීපයක් ඕනෑම බ්‍රව්සරයකින් බැලිය හැකි පිංතූර ලෙස මෙතනින් ලබා ගන්න.
A translation of Trpitaka in English can be found here as PDFs. You can download zip archives from this website.

Even though this is not a translation or a commentary, the following book resolves the maze puzzle of three baskets and present it in a logical and sensible way, so a beginner can understand easily. Find this book (“Beginning to end the journey”) Gamanaka Nimave Arabuma from here.

If you are interested in finding more about how to end this sufferful journey of rebirth, and wants to think out of the box, follow the link to Nirapekshatwayemaga web site.

සබ්බ දානං ධම්ම දානං ජිනාති.