Re: Any information on this very useful Pali study source?
- Dear Phil,
I have no problems with accessing these pages. I use firefox.
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, "Phil" <philco777@...> wrote:
> Dear Ria
> > Then click pali lessons (on the left), then 3, readings in English (on
> > the right), and the you come to the page where you can choose form the
> > verses.
> > The dhammapada is just two mouseclicks away.
> Thank you. I did know about this, but for some reason when I get to
> that page and try the links, I get a "page not available" message in
> English and Chinese. Do the links still work for you? It's not the end
> of the world - I've ordered a bilingual Dhammapada with commentarial
> material included, and a fairly detailed translation, so that will keep
> me busy for awhile. For me, actually, rather than a detailed
> understanding of the grammar, it's the momentum the verses give my
> practice when memorized in Pali that is the most important thing. I've
> started using the Narada course, so I'll figure out the grammar