Re: online pali dictionary, canon?
- Dear Frank, John and friends,
For Pali dictionary, I would like to add a few more:
1. An online version of Ven. Narada's is available at Buddha Sasana:
2. Another one by Ven. Buddhadatta available at metta net:
http://www.metta.lk/pali-utils/index.html (MS Word format)
and dhammanet: http://www.dhammanet.net/~ratthapala/lexicon.cgi
3. Also, there is a desktop pali dictionary, known as Paliwords from
As for Pali canon, John has mentioned all except, of course, ATI at
I've also included them under the folders John created. Enjoy.
--- frank kuan wrote:
Awesome. Thanks John.
--- John Kelly wrote:
> Yes indeed they are.
> Look again in the bookmarks section
> I've just added the links that I'm aware of.
> Perhaps others on the list know of more?
> > --- fcckuan wrote:
> > I checked our pali archive bookmarks
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Pali
> > but did not find an online pali dictionary or pali tipitaka.
> > Are those available somewhere online?
> > -fk