Re: [Pali] Re: Pali Book
- See also those grammar texts in sri lankan tipitaka project.They did put even a very rare book called moggallana pancika tika by sangharakkhita in that cd rom.
You should buy saddaniti from PTS because one book -suttamala is not listed in the cdrom.Others like moggallana and vutti on it and kaccayana /balavatara ,payogasiddhi along with rupasiddhi are all a must.
Unfortunely not even one complete english tran on them available till now.
We can only get non english tran on them with at least 6 tran on kaccayana in burmese language (also many tika on it)siam and sinhala /cambodia.
No buddhist University spend time to teach students on those 500 pali grammar text as far as I know.
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From: "zeb1001" <zeb1001@...>
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 01:07:47 -0000
Subject: [Pali] Re: Pali Book
> --- In Pali@y..., "Ong Teng Kee" <ongtk@e...> wrote:
> > > We should start with pali grammar text from the ancient till last
> pali grammar niruttidipani by ledi sayadaw.
> > I suggest you buy saddaniti from pts instead of the others.
> Are any of the ancient Pali grammar books on the Cha.t.tha
> Sangaayana 3 cd rom? If so what are they listed as?
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