Re: [Pali] Re: mettaa in different scripts
- Dear Yong Peng,
What a treasure trove of web-sites!
Thank you. This is extremely helpful.
--- "Ong Yong Peng <ypong001@...>"
> Dear John and friends,__________________________________________________
> I am not sure if you have got all the words, but I
> have compiled a
> list of online resources which may be useful in the
> future. I cannot
> guarantee anything but you can always try seeking
> help from these
> 1. http://www.theravada.net *
> 2. http://www.thai-language.com (forum)
> 3. http://www.learningthai.com (forum)
> 1. http://www.metta.net *
> 2. http://www.speaksinhala.com
> 3. http://www.sinhalapage.com
> 1. http://www.cambodian-buddhist.org *
> 2. http://www.khmerlanguage.com (forum)
> 3. http://www.learnkhmer.com
> 1. http://www.nibbana.com *
> 2. http://www.edhamma.com *
> 1. http://www.watlao.org *
> 2. http://www.laocity.com (forum)
> 1. http://www.budsas.org *
> * indicates Buddhist website.
> (forum) indicates that the site has an active
> discussion board and
> you can drop questions to the board members.
> Yong Peng
> --- John Kelly wrote:
> > Someone I know recently asked me if I could tell
> > what the Pali word "mettaa" looked like in all the
> > different scripts as it might commonly appear in
> > different areas of the Theravadan community, e.g.,
> > romanised, devanagari, sinhalese, cambodian, thai,
> > etc.
> > If anyone can point me to a web site, or send me
> > rtf file, off-list, that shows one or more of
> these, I
> > would be grateful.
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