Re: beginner's pali
- Dear Yong Peng,
Thanks for that. I'll try to take our vassa crew through the first ten
lessons of Narada in the rains, just to give them a taste. I think
it's important that all those considering ordination (we have six in
wait at the moment) should have at least basic familiarity with Pali.
I will be absenting myself from the Pali group for the next three
months - an attempt at renunciation of the finer pleasures of samsara.
However, i'll still be checking my personal email if anyone wants to
Especially for all the monks and nuns on this group, please have a
'jhaayatha bhikkhave, maa pamaadatha, maa vo pacchaa vippa.tisaaratha:
aya.m vo amhaaka.m anusaasana.m!'
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, "Ong Yong Peng" <yongpeng.ong@g...> wrote:
> Dear Ven. Sujato, Piya and friends,
> Bhante, I hope this reply is not too late. The Pali exercises the group
> had done are compiled and available online:
> You may also find the complete Ven. Narada's course here:
> [ USE RIGHT-HAND MENU FOR vELTHUIS and UNICODE versions ]
> Yong Peng.
> --- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, Bhante Sujato wrote:
> I've been asked to teach some Pali here at Santi for this vassa, but we
> don't have multiple copies of any textbooks. Does anyone know where i
> can download about ten lessons in basic Pali for absolute beginners?