Re: Pali text reading (not chanting)
- --- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, "ardavarz" <ardavarz@...> wrote:
> --- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, "thomaslaw03" <thomaslaw03@> wrote:
> > Dear Pali friends,
> > I am looking for Pali text reading (not chanting) in DVD/CD/MP3 format. I can find different traditions of Pali chanting (singing style) on the Internet, but am unable to find any, just a text (such as Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta) reading. Such as a text reading sound can help people how to read a Pali text properly in term of pronunciation and meaning. Does anyone know of this reading? Any advice?
> > Thank you.
> > Thomas Law
> Dear Thomas and all,
> I had some problems with my account, so I couldn't reply earlier, but I thought it would be well to share what I have found here:
> There are readings of Pali texts by Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi from Gair and Karunatilleke's "New Course in Reading Pali" which could be helpful for those studying it. (This is really reading, not chanting.)
What an auspicious find!!! I have spent weeks looking for lessons on the Pali language and routinely hit roadblocks. I then read this message and what I have been looking for is provided on a silver platter. Thank You so much. I will be downloading all of the MP3 files and storing them. I would recommend others doing the same thing before this dhamma disappears like some of the others.