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DhammaWiki.com  The Dhamma Encyclopedia is a wiki encyclopedia that specializes in Theravada Buddhism, but open to all other traditions also.  You can browse the categories and read encyclopedia entries. The Dhamma Encyclopedia is a website and project owned and operated by Vipassana Foundation, TheDhamma.com

DhammaWheel.com  An online forum for discussing the Dhamma. A great place for discussing any aspect of Buddhism and / or the articles at The Dhamma Encyclopedia. The Dhamma Wheel forum is owned and operated by Vipassana Foundation, TheDhamma.com

DharmaWheel.net  An online forum for discussing the Dharma of Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism. A great place for discussing any aspect of Buddhism and / or the articles at The Dhamma Encyclopedia. The Dharma Wheel forum is owned and operated by Vipassana Foundation, TheDhamma.com

sunchaselv.com  Need a place to stay for a while in Las Vegas? Sun Chase Apartments is the place! Or if you just want to see the pros and cons of buying vs. renting, go to this site.

JustBeGood.net  Just be Good is a website and information source on the teachings of Buddha-Dhamma. It uses a highly practical approach to spreading the Dhamma and has been very successful.

theravadabuddhism.org  A short excerpt from the book providing a description of Theravada Buddhism. After the short excerpt there is an excerpt from a chapter in the book followed by a discussion for a more progressive Theravada, based on the teachings of the Buddha, to keep the teachings in line with the spirit and intent of the Buddha.

the4nobletruths.com  An excerpt from chapter 2, on The Four Noble Truths.

jhanas.com  An excerpt from chapter 12 on the important teachings of the jhanas. In most Dhamma / Dharma books the jhanas have been ignored, yet the teachings of Buddha are permeated with discussions of the jhanas in the discourses (scriptures) of the Pali Canon.

brahmaviharas.com  An excerpt from chapter 14. See why the Brahma Viharas are one of the favorite lists of the author.

mahabodhitemple.com  Article about the Maha Bodhi temple and other information and photos from Bodh Gaya, the location of the Maha Bodhi Temple, most sacred spot in Buddhism.

veggiebuddhists.com  A resource on the vegetarian vs. meat based diet debate in Buddhism. Includes a question and answer format to common questions and includes material from a chapter in the book.

Buddha316.com  Another website on vegetarianism and Buddhism, showing just the direct passages from the Buddhist scriptures, including Anguttara Nikaya 3.16.

D-Chess.com  Another website by Dr. Snyder about chess and it includes an article named The Zen of Chess.

stairclimbingsport.com  This site is also by Dr. David N. Snyder and is a site to promote the sport of stair climbing.  A fit mind works best with a fit body.  The first Zen patriarch, Bodhidharma, taught his monks military exercises which became the birth of the martial arts so that his monks would not be sluggish in their meditation. In addition, on a recent trip to India I discovered that the Buddha was a stairclimber! Well, sort of; the Buddha liked to meditate at Vulture Peak and he had to climb a steep hill to get to the top. Today there are stairs up this steep hill to Vulture Peak; it is roughly equivalent to climbing 1,500 stairs. In the 10th century a King called the Maha Bodhi temple (holiest place of Buddhism) the stairway to heaven. 

shabkar.org  An excellent resource on the Buddhist - vegetarian issues. Dr. Snyder is quoted here with a copy of the essay from veggiebuddhists.com and excerpt from the book.

deathclock.com  A good site to keep you mindful of death and mortality.  How many seconds do you have to live?

tricycle.com  A Buddhist magazine.

KnowBuddhism.info  A Theravada Buddhist website with Buddhist teachings and meditation instructions. Links to several articles and other sites.

spiritrock.org  A large vipassana meditation retreat center and ongoing programs in the San Francisco Bay area.

dhamma.org  Ten day vipassana retreats in the tradition of S. N. Goenka, non-sectarian. Ten days of meditation, room, board (vegetarian meals) all at no cost. Participants are not allowed to make voluntary contributions until at least one ten day retreat has been completed.

Good Question, Good Answer  An excellent introductory book to Buddhism, by Ven. S. Dhammika, 4th edition, available free as an online book.

Navel of the Earth, the history and significance of Bodh Gaya  Another online book by Ven. S. Dhammika.

Buddhism for the Modern Skeptic  An online booklet by Paul Davy, co founder of DhammaWheel.com 


A couple of more links can be found in Dharma Groups page on this site.

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