Yo ca vassasatam jive
apassam dhammamuttamam
Ekaham jivitam seyyo
passato dhammamuttamam
(Dhammapada, 115)
 Buddha Though one should live a hundred years
not seeing Dhamma supreme,
yet better is life for a single day
seeing Dhamma supreme.

What is Buddhism? (Buddhist Society of Western Australia)
Buddhism in a Nutshell. Venerable Narada Mahathera
Basic Buddhism – A Modern Introduction to the Buddha’s Teaching. V. A. Gunasekara
What is Theravada Buddhism? John Bullitt
What is Theravada? Maung Kyauk Seinn
Theravada – Mahayana Buddhism. Venerable W. Rahula Mahathera
What is Theravada Buddhism? V. A. Gunasekara

Theravada Buddhism in Vietnam. Binh Anson

1. Books:

(*) Chanting Book (with accompanied sound files). The Buddhist Society of Western Australia
(*) Buddhist Dictionary – Manual of Buddhist Terms and Doctrines. Venerable Nyanatiloka Mahathera
(*) Concise Pali-English Buddhist Dictionary. Venerable Buddhadatta Mahathera
(*) Concise Pali-Vietnamese Buddhist Dictionary. Venerable Buu-Chon Mahathera  
(*) English-Pali Dictionary. Metta Net, Sri Lanka
(*) Small Pali-English Glossary of Buddhist Terms. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Word of the Buddha. Venerable Nyanatiloka Mahathera
(*) What Buddhists Believe. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
Human Life and Problems. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera

(*) The Buddha and His Teachings. Venerable Narada Mahathera Mahathera
(*) The Noble Eightfold Path: The Way to the End of Suffering. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Eightfold Path for the Housholder. Ten Talks by Jack Kornfield
(*) Eight Talks on Vipassana Meditation. Sayadaw U Janaka
(*) Mindfulness in Plain English. Venerable H. Gunaratana Mahathera
(*) Living Meditation, Living Insight. Dr. Thynn Thynn
(*) The Jhanas in Theravada Buddhist Meditation. Venerable H. Gunaratana Mahathera.
(*) A Swift Pair of Messengers. Bhikkhu Sujato.
(*) Right View – The Sammaditthi Sutta and its Commentary. Translated by Bhikkhu Nanamoli, edited and revised by Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Gentle Way of Buddhist Meditation – Dhamma Talks by Godwin Samararatne, Hongkong, 1997
(*) Beyond Belief. A. L. De Silva
(*) Good Question, Good Answer. Bhikkhu S. Dhammika
(*) A Young People’s Life of the Buddha. Bhikkhu Silacara
(*) The Life of the Buddha. Radhika Abeysekera

(*) Relatives and Disciples of the Buddha. Radhika Abeysekera
(*) The Abhidharma. Peter Della Santina
(*) Abhidhamma in daily life. Nina Van Gorkom
(*) The Mind in Early Buddhism. Venerable Thich Minh-Thanh.

(*) Here and Now – A Series of 10 Dhamma Talks. Ayya Khema
(*) All of Us – Beset by Birth, Decay and Death – A Series of 12 Dhamma Talks. Ayya Khema

(*) Beginnings: The Pali sutras. Samanera Bodhesako
(*) Living Dhamma – A Collection of 7 Talks. Ajahn Chah 
(*) The Concept of Personality Revealed Through The Pancanikaya. Venerable Thich Chon-Thien 
(*) Starting Out Small – A Collection of Talks for Beginning Meditators. Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo
(*) A Discourse on Paticcasamuppada (Dependent Origination). Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw   
(*) A Discourse on Malukyaputta Sutta. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw 
(*) Handbook for Mankind. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) The Coming Buddha, Ariya Metteyya. Sayagyi U Chit Tin

(*) Buddhism as the Foundation of Science. Bhikkhu Prayudh Payutto
(*) Buddhist Outlook on Daily Life. Nina van Gorkom
(*) Essential Themes of Buddhist Lectures. Venerable Sayadaw Ashin U Thittila 
(*) Seeing the way. Various Western disciples of Venerable Ajahn Chah.

2. Suttas (Discourses):

(*) Overview of the Pali Canon. Venerable Narada Mahathera
(*) Pali Text Society: Information on Pali Literature and Publications
(*) The Buddhist Scriptures. Sayadaw U Sobhana
(*) Guide to the Tipitaka. U Ko Lay
(*) List of Commentaries to the Tipitaka.

(*) Beyond the Tipitaka – A Field Guide to Post-canonical Pali Literature. John Bullitt
(*) Chronology of the Pali Canon. Bimala Churn Law.

(*) How old is the Suttapitaka? The relative value of textual and epigraphical sources for the study of early Indian Buddhism. Alexander Wynne.
(*) Setting the Wheel of Dhamma in Motion
(*) The Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path
(*) The Noble Eightfold Path
(*) The Abhidhamma Philosophy: Its Estimation in the Past and its value for the Present. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahathera
(*) The Majjhima Nikaya (Collection of Middle Length Discourses): 152 suttas, translated by Sister Upalavanna.
(*) Dhammapada Stories, translated by Daw Mya Tin.
(*) The Mahavamsa – The Great Chronicle of Lanka from 6th Century BC to 4th Century AD. Translated by Wilhelm Geiger.
(*) Greater Discourse on Foundations of Mindfulness
(*) Discourse on Mindfulness of Breathing (Ananda Sutta)
(*) Discourse on Mindfulness of Breathing (Anapanasati Sutta)
(*) Discourse on Mindfulness Immersed in the Body (Kayagata-sati Sutta)
(*) Factors of Concentration
(*) Four Grounds of Mindfulness (Nian Chu Jing, Chinese Madhyama-Agama)
(*) One Way in (Yi Ru Dao Jing, Chinese Ekottara-agama)
(*) The Path to Enlightenment – Extracts from the Suttas
(*) The Eight-Precept Observance. Somdet Phra Buddhaghosacariya (Nanavara Thera)
(*) The 5 Precepts. BuddhaDharma web site
(*) Discipline and Conventions of Theravada Buddhist Renunciate Communities – A Guide for the Western Sangha
(*) The Bhikkhus’ Rules: FAQs. Bhikkhu Ariyesako
(*) The ordination procedures and some Vinaya rules. Chanmyay Sayadaw Ashin Janakabhivamsa.
(*) A historical review: Upasampada – The highest Bhikkhu ordination.
Aryadasa Ratnasinghe.

(*) Understanding Vinaya. Ajahn Chah
(*) Vinaya: Ownership and Administration of Monasteries. Ajahn Brahmavamso

(*) Vinaya: Monks and Money. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: The Four Disrobing Offences. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: Wrong Livelihood. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: Ordination of Women. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: Monks and Women, Nuns and Men. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: May a monk act as a doctor? Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: The Ordination Ceremony of a Monk. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: What the Buddha said about eating meat. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Vinaya: The time and place for eating. Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) Last days of the Buddha. Binh Anson
(*) Twenty Difficult Things
(*) Discourse on the Future Dangers
(*) Discourse on Dhamma Investigation: Kalama Sutta
(*) A look at the Kalama Sutta. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Shorter Discourse on Voidness (Culasunnata Sutta – Majjhima Nikaya 121) . Translated by Bhikkhu Nyanamoli and also by Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Subha, The Enlightened Nun. Panadure Vajira Dasasilmatha
(*) Similes of the Raft and the Snake-catcher (Alagaddupama Sutta, Majjhima Nikaya). Venerable Henepola Gunaratana Mahathera
(*) Samadhi Sutta – Concentration (Tranquillity and Insight)
(*) Culavedalla Sutta – The Shorter Set of Questions-and-Answers.
(*) The Four Foundations of Mindfulness: A Summary. Venerable Sayadaw U Sīlānanda.
(*) Aditta-pariyaya Sutta – The Fire Sermon
(*) Khuddakapatha – The Short Passages
(*) Metta Sutta (Discourse on Loving-kindness ). U Nandiya
(*) Selections from the Sutta Nipata. (Translated from the Pali by John D. Ireland)
(*) The Living Message of the Dhammapada. Bhikkhu Bodhi 
(*) The Sutra on Knowing the Better Way to Live Alone. Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh
(*) The Buddha’s Advice to Meghiya (Meghiya Sutta). Sister Ajahn Candasiri
(*) The Questions of King Milinda (Selected Passages) 

(*) The Buddha’s advice on the Path. Extracts from the Sutta Pitaka
(*) The Buddha’s general advice to lay followers. Extracts from the Sutta Pitaka
(*) On the Ariyaavaasa Sutta (Discourse on the Abode of the Noble Ones). Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw.

(*) How old is the Suttapitaka? The relative value of textual and epigraphical sources for the study of early Indian Buddhism. Alexander Wynne.

3. Meditation:

(*) 8 Talks on Vipassana Meditation. Sayadaw U Janaka
(*) Introduction to Insight Meditation. Amaravati Buddhist Centre, U.K.
(*) Mindfulness with Breathing. Buddhadasa Bhikkhu
(*) Insight Meditation – Basic and progressive stages. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw
(*) Practical Advice for Meditators. Bhikkhu Khantipalo

(*) The Basic Method of Meditation. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Travelogue to the four jhanas. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Satipatthana: The Fourfold Focus od Mindfulness. Ajahn Brahmavamso

(*) The Five Hindrances (Nivarana). Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Using non-self to let go. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Deep insight. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Meditation: The Heart of Buddhism. Ajahn Brahmavamso  

(*) The quality of mindfulness. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Using variety to “freshen up” our meditation. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Joy at last to know there is no happiness in the world. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) The bliss of letting go. Ajahn Brahmavamso 

(*) The ending of things – A discourse on “non-self”. Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) Buddhism, The only real science. Ajahn Brahmavamso.
(*) The Path to Peace. Ajahn Chah.
(*) A Gift of Dhamma. Ajahn Chah.
(*) Buddho. Phra Ajahn Thate Desaransi
(*) Eight Types of Knowledge. Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo
(*) The Wisdom of Samadhi. Ajahn Pannavaddho
(*) Timeless and True. Ajahn Fuang Jotiko
(*) Crossing the Ocean of Life. Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo
(*) The Fundamentals of Meditation. Ajahn Plien Panyapatipo
(*) Simply So. Dhamma Teachings of Luang Poo Sim Buddhacaro

(*) Ajahn’s Sao Teaching
(*) Noticing space. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) Jhanas, Concentration, and Wisdom. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) The Path of Concentration and Mindfulness. Bhikkhu Thanissaro

(*) One Tool Among Many — The Place of Vipassana in Buddhist Practice. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Using meditation to deal with Pain, Illness and Death. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) A Guided Meditation. Bhikkhu Thanissaro

(*) Basic Breath Meditation Instructions. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) The Mystery of the Breath Nimitta, or The Case of the Missing Simile. Bhikkhu Sona
(*) Meditation of the Breath. Ajahn Pasanno
(*) A Fistful of Sand. Ajahn Suwat Suvaco
(*) Right Attitude. Ajahn Suwat Suvaco
(*) Disenchantment. Ajahn Suwat Suvaco
(*) Right Concentration. Ajahn Suwat Suvaco

(*) Upasika Kee Nanayon and the Social Dynamic of  Theravadin Buddhist Practice. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Condensed Breath Meditation. Kor Khao Suan Luang (Kee Nanayon)

(*) Breath Meditation Condensed. Upasika Kee Nanayon
(*) Looking inward. Upasika Kee Nanayon
(*) Reading the Mind. Upasika Kee Nanayon

(*) Contemplation of Feelings. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahathera
(*) Benefits of Long-term Meditation. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) Sati – Mindfulness. Bhante H. Gutanaratana
(*) Mindfulness of Feeling. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) Practical Vipassana. Bhante H. Gunaratana

(*) Instructions to Insight meditation. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw
(*) Satipatthana and Vipassana Meditation. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw
(*) Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw – A Biographical Sketch
(*) The Benefits of Walking Meditation. Sayadaw U Silananda
(*) Introduction to Vipassana Meditation. Sayadaw U Silananda
(*) Meditation Instructions (For Loving-kindness Meditation and Vipassana Meditation). Sayadaw U Silananda

(*) The Four Foundations of Mindfulness (A Summary). Sayadaw U Silananda
(*) Access and Fixed Concentration. Bhikkhu Sujivo
(*) Conceit and Meditation. Bhikkhu Sujivo
(*) Meditating at Home. Bhikkhu Pannyavaro

(*) Anapana Sati: Meditation on Breathing. Mahathera Nauyane Ariyadhamma
(*) Practical Guidelines for Vipassana. Ayya Kheminda
(*) The Meditative Mind. Ayya Khema
(*) Basic Insight Meditation. Compiled by Derek Leong
(*) The Benefits of Meditations and Sacrifice. Aung San Suu Kyi
(*) Working with Anger. Michelle McDonald
(*) Mindfulness and Compassion. Adrian Bint
(*) Introduction to Mental Culture. Buddhist Cultural Center, Sri Lanka
(*) Buddhist Meditation. Francis Story
(*) Children’s Direct Seeing. Dr. Thynn Thynn
(*) Even the Best Meditators Have Old Wounds to Heal. Jack Kornfield
(*) Experiences in Meditation. Chris Kang
(*) Beginning Insight Meditation. Dorothy Figen
(*) Control and freedom: The structure of Buddhist meditation in the Paali suttas. Donald K. Swearer
(*) The Universal Teaching of the Buddha. S.N. Goenka
(*) Why Meditation isn’t Psychotherapy. Patrick Kearney
(*) A Buddhist Pilgrim’s Progress. Daw Khin Myo Chit  

4. Other Dhamma Essays:

(*) What is Buddhism? (Buddhist Society of W.A.)
(*) Questions and Answers on Buddhism. Yew Han Hee (1995)
(*) Introduction to Buddhism. Mike Butler
(*) What is Buddhism? U Thittila
(*) Basic Buddhism – A Modern Introduction to the Buddha’s Teaching. V. A. Gunasekara
(*) Buddhism in a Nutshell. Venerable Narada Mahathera

(*) The Dhamma Tree. R.P. Hayes
(*) The Way of The Buddha. The Buddhist Society, U.K.
(*) Buddhism 101 – Be a lamp upon yourself. Phor Kark See Temple, Singapore
(*) Buddhism – An Introduction. Graeme Lyall
(*) What Buddhism is. U Ba Khin
(*) What is Theravada Buddhism? V. A. Gunasekara

(*) FAQs on Buddhist culture. BuddhaNet
(*) FAQs – Talk.Religion.Buddhism newsgroup. John Kahila (1996)
(*) Sectarianism Disclaimer. S. Dharmamita
(*) Theravada and Mahayana. Venerable W. Rahula Mahathera
(*) Mahayana, Hinayana, Theravada
(*) The myth of Hinayana. K�re A. Lie
(*) Mahayana and Hinayana. Venerable Abhinyana

(*) Two Main Schools of Buddhism. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) The Bodhisattva Ideal in Theravada. Jeffrey Samuels
(*) Theravada – Mahayana Buddhism. Venerable W. Rahula Mahathera
(*) Bodhisattva Ideal in Buddhism. Venerable W. Rahula Mahathera
(*) What is Theravada? Maung Kyauk Seinn
(*) Brief History of the Great Councils. Ministry of Religious Affairs, Myanmar

(*) Buddhist Councils. Venerable Rewata Dhamma 
(*) The Meaning of Puja (Offerings). Buddhist Society of Western Australia
(*) Puja. Ajahn Sucitto
(*) On Vesak Day 2541 (1997). Venerable Thich Bao Lac
(*) The Significance of Vesak. Bhikkhu Mahinda
(*) Vesakha Puja. Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo
(*) Vassa (Rains Retreat) and Kathina (Robe Offering) Ceremony

(*) Environmental Protection. Venerable Thich Tri Quang (1996)
(*) Non-grasping and Deliverance from Suffering. Lieu Phap
(*) Our Modern World’s Problems. Venerable Thich Bao Lac (1996)
(*) Thao-Duong Zen School: The Zen-Pure Land Union and Modern Vietnamese Buddhism. Venerable Thich Thien An
(*) Five principles for a new global moral order. Venerable Thich Minh Chau 

(*) On Vegetarianism. Compiled by Binh Anson
(*) What the Buddha said about eating meat. Ajahn Brahmavamso

(*) Buddhism and Vegetarianism. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Buddhism and Vegetarianism: The Rationale for the Buddha’s Views on the Consumption of Meat. V. A. Gunasekara
(*) Are you “Herbivore” or “Carnivore”? Jan Sanjivaputta
(*) Vegetarianism. Venerable K. S. Dhammananda Mahathera

(*) Ajahn Chah’s Wisdom
(*) Right Practice — Steady Practice. Ajahn Chah
(*) Our real home – A talk to an aging lay disciple approaching death. Ajahn Chah
(*) Ajahn Chah Subhatto: An Appreciation & Personal Recollection. Ajahn Khemadhammo
(*) Understanding Dukkha. Ajahn Chah.

(*) Being nobody. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) Listening to Thought. Ajahn Sumedho

(*) Beyond the Self Position. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) The Human Family. Ajahn Sumedho
(*) Is Buddhism A Religion? Ajahn Sumedho

(*) Ajahn Sumedho Interviewed. Interview by Roger Wheeler
(*) Going for Refuge. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) The Healing Power of the Precepts. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Emptiness. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Affirming the Truths of the Heart – The Buddhist Teachings on Samvega and Pasada. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) The road to Nirvana is paved with skillful intentions. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) Right speech. Bhikkhu Thanissaro

(*) The Customs of the Noble Ones. Bhikkhu Thanissaro
(*) A Question of Skill: An Interview with Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
(*) Listen well. Ajahn Fuang Jotiko (translated by Bhikkhu Thanissaro)
(*) It’s not about fatalism. Bhikkhu Thanissaro

(*) Putting the self aside. Bhikkhu Thanissaro.
(*) Generosity First. Bhikkhu Thanissaro.
(*) Message for a Globalized World. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Living Message of the Dhammapada. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Questions on Kamma. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Questions on Rebirth. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Tolerance and Diversity. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Two Faces of the Dhamma. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Buddha & His Message – Past, Present, and Future. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Promoting Buddhism in Europe. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) The Case for Study. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) An Interview with Bhikkhu Bodhi. Bhikkhu Kantasilo
(*) Climbing to the Top of the Mountain. An interview with Bhikkhu Bodhi.

(*) The Jhānas and the Lay Disciple According to the Pāli Suttas. Bhikkhu Bodhi.
(*) Emptiness and Pure Awareness. Ajahn Amaro
(*) Beyond Being and Non-Being. Ajahn Amaro
(*) In the Refuge of Sangha. Ajahn Amaro
(*) Spiritual Friendship. Ajahn Amaro

(*) The Lesser, The Greater, The Diamond and The Way. Ajahn Amaro
(*) The Happy Monk: Ajahn Amaro on Living Buddhism in the West
(*) Rugged Interdependency: Generosity in the Land of the Individualist. Ajahn Amaro
(*) Growth and development of Buddhist Organizations. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) Going upstream. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) Sex, Celebacy and the Spiritual life. Bhante H. Gunaratana
(*) The Buddhist view of death – An interview with Bhante Gunaratana. Samaneri Sudhamma and Margot Born.

(*) Do it yourself. Bhante H. Gunaratana.
(*) The God-Idea. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) Leading a Buddhist Life. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) Buddhism in the eyes of intellectuals. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) A happy married life. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
Is death really frightening? Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) Problems and Responsibilities. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera
(*) Buddhism for the future. Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda Mahathera

(*) Observing the problems in our lives. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Skillful means to reduce the power of ill-will. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Getting to know the mind. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) Nibbana and the Paradox of Happiness. Ajahn Jagaro
(*) A Conversation with John Cianciosi (formerly, Ajahn Jagaro).

(*) Death and Dying. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Compassion – The Natural Expression of Awakening. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Beyond Boredom and Depression. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Anatta (Non-self) and Kamma (Karma): The Best Kept Secret in the Universe. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Buddhism and God. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) True Freedom. Ajahn Jagaro.
(*) Following the true Buddhist path
(*) The Prison of Life. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) Nibbana for Everyone. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) Forest Wat, Wild Monks. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) Essential Points of Buddhist Teaching. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) Emptiness. Bhikkhu Buddhadasa
(*) The Undying. Ajahn Maha Boowa

(*) On Making a Mistake. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Attachment. Ajahn Brahmavamvo
(*) The Meaning of Sangha. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) In the Presence of Nibbana – Developing Faith in the Buddhist Path to Enlightenment. Ajahn Brahmavamso.

(*) Growth of Buddhism in the West. Ajahn Brahmavamso
(*) Practical Buddhism: Taking responsibility for our lives. Ajahn Jayasaro
(*) Laying the Foundation for Social Action. Ajahn Pasanno
(*) Going Forth. Ajahn Viradhammo
(*) Regret and Well Being. Bhikkhu Munindo
(*) An Iridescence on the Water. Bhikkhu Dhammavitakkho

(*) Practical Buddhism: Taking responsibility for our lives. Ajahn Jayasaro
(*) Fulfillment and Liberation. Ajahn Viradhammo
(*) Bringing the Teachings Alive. Ajahn Viradhammo
(*) A Ripple in a Pond – An interview with Ajahn Sucitto
(*) Origins and Decline: An Essay in Buddhist Cosmology. Bhikkhu Punnadhammo

(*) The Spiritual Faculties. Ajahn Nyanadhammo
(*) Making the Dhamma Your Own. Ajahn Khamdee Pabhaso

(*) Who is the Buddha? Narada Mahathera
(*) Right Speech. Piyadassi Mahathera
(*) Practicing the Dhamma in Ordinary Life: Generosity. Bhikkhu Yogavacara Rahula
(*) Is Theravada Buddhism for Arahatship Only? Sayadaw U Silananda
(*) No inner core – Anatta. Sayadaw U Silananda
(*) A talk of Kamma, Rebirth and Suffering. Sayadaw U Silananda.  

(*) How to live a proper life. Takkasila Ashin Sumangala
(*) Alayavijnana – Store Consciousness. Venerable Dr. Walpola Rahula
(*) Buddhism in the Western World. Venerable Dr. Walpola Rahula
(*) Kathina Robe-Offering Ceremony: Historical and Spiritual Significance. Bhikkhu Dhammasami

(*) The Practice of Chanting in Buddhism. Bhikkhu Dhammasami
(*) Liberation – Relevance of Sutta-Vinaya. Bhikkhu Dhammavuddho

(*) Only we can help ourselves. Bhikkhu Dhammavuddho
(*) Living in the present. Venerable Visuddhaacaara
(*) Sunyata, Emptiness and Self-emptying, Kenosis. Venerable Rewata Dhamma  

(*) Buddhism and Economic Justice. Venerable Rewata Dhamma.  
(*) The Contribution of Buddhism to the World of Art and Architecture
. Venerable Rewata Dhamma.
(*) The Garden of Liberation. Bhikkhu Santikaro
(*) Parents and Children – Transmitting the Buddhist Heritage Across Generations. Venerable Medagama. Vajiraganana Nayake Thera

(*) Sangha: The Ideal World Community. Bhikkhu Prayudh Payutto
(*) From Ceylonese to Sri Lankan Buddhism. Bhikkhu Prayudh Payutto
(*) Where women stand. Bhikkhu Prayudh Payutto (Phra Dhammapitaka)
(*) Aging and Dying. Bhikkhu Prayudh Payutto

(*) E-learning Buddhism on the Internet. Bhikkhu Pannyavaro
(*) Lumbini in the New Millennium: Youth in Buddhism. Bhikkhu Sugandha
(*) Buddhist Theory of Kamma. Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw

(*) Eight excellent and wonderful things in the great ocean and the Sasana. Bhikkhu Seelananda
(*) How the Buddha died. Bhikkhu Mettanando
(*) The God idea. Bhikkhu Dhammapiyo
(*) The First Discourse of the Buddha. Sayadaw Adipati

(*) Theory of Karma. Venerable Sayadaw U Sobhana
(*) Samma Ditthi: Right View. Bhikkhu Seelawimala 

(*) Footprints in the dust: Buddha�s travels in India. Bhikkhu S. Dhammika  
(*) Protection Through Satipatthana. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Buddhism and the God-Idea. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Why End Suffering?. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Seeing Things As They Are. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Kamma and Its Fruit. Venerable Nyanaponika Mahahera.
(*) Dhamma Without Rebirth? Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Buddhism Without Beliefs: Review. Bhikkhu Bodhi
(*) Buddhism Without Beliefs critiqued. Bhikkhu Punnadhammo
(*) Harmonious Living. Ayya Khema
(*) Liberation Here and Now. Ayya Khema
(*) Why come to a monastery? Sister Candasiri
(*) Love Unbounded. Sister Candasiri

(*) Renunciation: The Highest Happiness. Sister Siripanna
(*) It can be very simple. An interview with Ajahn Sundara

(*) On growing a Theravadan Nuns’ Sangha in Britain
(*) The First Buddhist Nun. Rev. Sarika Dharma
(*) Restoring the Order of Nuns to the Theravaadin Tradition. Senarat Wijayasundara
(*) On the restoration of Bhikkhuni Order – Selected articles
(*) Interview with the Venerable Bhikkhuni Kusuma. Pennie White
(*) Buddhist women. Bimala Churn Law

(*) Prosperity and Happiness: The Buddhist View. Suvimalee Karunaratna
(*) The Talk Nobody Wants to Hear. Charlotte Joko Beck
(*) Buddhist Nuns in Burma. Dr. Friedgard Lottermoser
(*) Is Buddhism a Religion? Dorothy Figen
(*) Why Is There Suffering in the World? Dorothy Figen
(*) Facets of Metta. Sharon Salzberg
(*) Mudita. Eileen Siriwardhana

(*) Pride And Conceit. Dr. Elizabeth Ashby and Brian Fawcett
(*) Paramis: The Heart of Buddha’s Teaching and Our Own Practice. Sylvia Boorstein
(*) Sylvia Boorstein: Meditation and Spirituality. Catharine Reeve

(*) The Greatest Blessings. Nina van Gorkom
(*) Understanding Reality. Nina van Gorkom
(*) Morality with and without a creator God. Radhika Abeysekera
(*) Women’s Liberation. Sharon Salzberg, Barbara Rhodes, Judith Simmer-Brown & Pat O’Hara
(*) Woman to Woman. Sandy Boucher
(*) One Foot in the World – Buddhist Approaches to Present-day Problems. Lily De Silva
(*) Sanghamitta Theri – a liberated woman. Dr. Lorna Dewaraja

(*) When should we hold our tongue? Rasika Quek
(*) Living Buddhism. Venerable Chin Kung
(*) The Slightly Demented Vision of Robert Thurman. Prof. Robert Thurman
(*) Passing the Light. Tang Chade Meng 
(*) The Perception of “Karma-Free” CyberZones. Richard P. Hayes
(*) Five Steps to Skillful Means in Buddhist Forums. Dominick Spirelli
(*) Ethnic Buddhists in Australia. Graeme Lyall

(*) The Purpose of Life. Graeme Lyall
(*) Radical Buddhism. Leonard Price
(*) Buddhism: A Method of Mind Training. Leonard A. Bullen
(*) Vedana (Sensation) in Paticcasamuppada (Dependent Origination). Vipassana Research Institute
(*) Seeking the Buddha’s Footprints. Shantum Seth
(*) Buddhism and Thai Society. Sunthorn Plamintr
(*) The Buddhist Attitude to God. V. A. Gunasekara.
(*) Hinduism in Buddhist Perspective. V. A. Gunasekara
(*) Buddhist reflections on death. V.F. Gunaratna
(*) Homosexuality and Theravada Buddhism. A. L. De Silva
(*) Vietnamese mode of self-reference: A model of Buddhist egology. Steven W. Laycock

(*) Born Again. Sanitsude Ekachai
(*) A Simple Forest Monk. Binh Anson

(*) How I became a practicing Buddhist. Binh Anson
(*) Why I Am a Buddhist. Anthony Billings
(*) Buddhism in the Kingdom of Thailand. Sathien Bodhinantha

(*) Leading Virtuous Lives As Laymen. U Chit Tin
(*) Global problem-solving: A Buddhist perspective. Sulak Sivaraksa
(*) Buddhism and Tolerance for diversity of religion and belief. Sulak Sivaraksa
(*) A Thai perspective on socially engaged Buddhism: A conversation with Sulak Sivaraksa. Donald Rothberg
(*) American Buddhists: who are they? Jan Nattier

(*) The worldliness of Buddhism. Donald K. Swearer
(*) What appeals to me most in Buddhism. Francis Story
(*) Interpretation of Buddhist terminology at the background of Chinese traditional thoughts. Latika Lahiri 
(*) The significance of ‘Tathagatagarbha’ —   A positive expression of ‘Sunyata’. Heng-Ching Shih
(*) Cosmology and meditation: from the Agganna Sutta to the Mahayana Buddhism. Rupert Gethin

(*) The mind-body relationship in Pali Buddhism: A philosophical investigation. Peter Harvey
(*) The Buddhist path and social responsibility. Jack Kornfield

(*) To the forest for refuge. An interview with Joseph Goldstein
(*) Why is Buddhism the fastest growing religion in Australia? Darren Nelson
(*) The Dhamma Theory – Philosophical Cornerstone of the Abhidhamma. Y. Karunadasa
(*) How Free is Freedom of Thought. Sanath Nanayakkara
(*) Buddhist Ethics, Moral Perfection and Modern Society. Prof. P.D. Premasiri 
(*) Freedom of faith and worship in Myanmar. Hla Myo Nwe 
(*) The Bodhisattva concept.  A. G. S. Kariyawasam
(*) The Road to Liberation – Paticcasamuppada (Dependent Origination). Ron Wijewantha
(*) The six Buddhist universities of ancient India. D. Amarasiri Weeraratne
(*) Thailand’s gift to Sri Lanka: the establishment of the Siam Nikaya. Dr. Lorna Dewaraja
(*) Buddhist missionary in the West after WW II. Nemsiri Mutukumara
(*) How the Buddha’s Enlightenment changed the world’s thinking. Ven Medagama Vajiragnana
(*) Practicing Dhamma In Ordinary Life: Generosity. Bhikkhu Yogavacara Rahula
(*) The Theravada Attitude to Discipline. Bhikkhu Nyanarama
(*) No Escape for the Ego. An interview with Venerable Master Sheng-yen by Carter Phipps
(*) The Ascetic Sumedhā’ s Life, and the Ten Perfections. Bhikkhu Giac-Hanh Dhammadhara.
(*) A Forest Monk and a Zen Roshi. Ajahn Brahmavamso & Gil Alon, interviewed by Rachael Kohn.
(*) The Prospects for the Growth of Buddhism in Germany and other Western Countries. Agganyani (Christa Bentenrieder).
(*) Relinquishing ‘Me’ and ‘Mine’. Sister Ajahn Jitindriya.
(*) The legend of Bundala: Venerable Nanavira Thera (1920-1965). Kingsley Heendeniya.

(*) On Understanding Nama-Rupa. Kingsley Heendeniya
(*) The Buddhist Critique of Sassatavada and Ucchedavada: The Key to a proper Understanding of the Origin and the Doctrines of early Buddhism. Y. Karunadasa. 
(*) Establishing Pali Text Society for Buddhist literature. Nemsiri Mutukumara. 
(*) The Process Of Mental Suffering. Bhikkhuni Lieu-Phap. 
(*) A day in the life: A monk on Fearless Mountain. Tony Anthony.
(*) The Appeal of Buddhism in the West. Radhika Abeysekera.
(*) The Approach Of Ancient Healing:  Psychotherapy In Buddhism. Bhikkhuni Khemanandi Huyen-Chau.
(*) The Great Sariputta, the foremost disciple of Gautama Samma-Sambuddha. W. D. Wickramasinghe.
(*) The Four Parameters of Clinging. Ajahn Pasanno.
(*) An Extraordinary Yet Ordinary Human Being. Ajahn Pasanno.
(*) Gathering Together the Three Levels of Truth. Ajahn Amaro.
(*) Escaping from Mara. Ajahn Amaro.
(*) Admirable Friendship. Bhikkhu Thanissaro.
(*) Buddhism for the Next Century: Toward Renewing a Moral Thai Society. Phra Phaisan Visalo.
(*) Personality Differences of Arahants and the Origins of Theravada – A Study of Two Great Elders of the Theravada Tradition: Maha Kassapa and Ananda. Professor Asanga Tilakaratne.