Best organized, most informative Buddhist websites

Organisational work, teaching, Sunday school syllabus, charitable work, outreach, sharing of resources, artwork, etc.
Post Reply
BKh
Posts: 340
Joined: Mon May 30, 2011 12:43 am

Best organized, most informative Buddhist websites

Post by BKh » Sat Mar 24, 2018 6:59 am

I'm looking for people's opinions on what are the best organized and most informative Buddhist websites.

It would really be helpful if people could explain why they think that as well.

So I'll start with accesstoinsight.org. I think it is good because it has a several different ways to explore the suttas
  • study guides
  • guided tour
  • many different indexes.
I'd especially like to hear about websites that were helpful to people when they were beginners learning about Buddhism.
And I don't even mind if people also throw in what they don't like about certian websites from an organizational point of view.
ReadingFaithfully.org Daily Practice with the Suttas | becomeabuddhist.org
audtip. org Audio Sutta Recordings | BuddhaRupa Images of the Buddha across time and space

rightviewftw
Posts: 2219
Joined: Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:50 pm

Re: Best organized, most informative Buddhist websites

Post by rightviewftw » Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:24 am

https://video.sirimangalo.org/
761 Dhamma talks categorized by topic
How to meditate: Anapanasati, Satipatthana.
Intro to General Semantics
Factors & Perceptions

Parallel Dhammapada Reading
Chinese to Eng Dhp
"The statements; 'With the remainderless stopping & fading of the six contact-media is it the case that there is anything else?' '.. is it the case that there is not anything else .. is it the case that there both is & is not anything else .. is it the case that there neither is nor is not anything else?' objectify non-objectification. However far the six contact-media go, that is how far objectification goes."

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests