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Date: Mon, 24 Jun 1996 06:27:54 +0800
From: Connie Neal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Update - Buddhist Resource File
I hope to continue the great work Hsuan Peng has done with this list.
New in this update:
* (New) WWW for Amazon.com Books
* (New) WWW for Charles Muller's Resources for Buddhism and East Asian
* (New) WWW for The Dharma Centre of Canada
* (New) WWW for Dharma Communications
* (Updated) WWW for Dzogchen Foundation
* (New) WWW for KPC Tibetan Buddhism and Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo Home Page
* (New) WWW for Kichuudoo (Japan)
* (New) WWW for Korean Buddhism: World Wide Web Virtual Library
* (New) WWW for Lama Surya Das
* (New) WWW for Pariyatti Book Service
* (New) WWW for The Path of Awakening
* (New) WWW for UK Buddhist Addresses
* (New) WWW for The Web Dictionary of East Asian Buddhist CJK Terms
* (New) WWW for Weatherhill
* (New) WWW for Windbell Publications
Please discard the old version.
I am maintaining a mailing list for the distribution of this resource
file. Drop me a mail if you want to be to the list. You will only get
the update once a month or so, no junk mails.
========================= Buddhist Resource File ============================
This is a list of resources related to Buddhist literatures and activities.
Please send comments, requests or updates about the contents to Connie Neal
(email@example.com). An HTML-version of the file can be found at:
Both the text- and HTML-version can be downloaded from the Buddha-L list
server maintained by Mr. Jim Cocks:
(text version, ~47 Kb)
(compressed HTML version, ~26 Kb)
Another useful list is the FAQ for talk.religion.buddhism by John Kahila
(firstname.lastname@example.org), available at the following addresses:
Or you can get a most recent copy of the FAQ by sending an e-mail with the
following command in the mail body:
first version: November 14, 1994
last update: June 23, 1996
A. USENET Newsgroups:
B. E-mail Subscription Lists:
(1) Bodhi News:
Edited by Buddhism Study Group at Urbana-Champaign. Send a short
message to email@example.com to subscribe.
An academic buddhism discussion group. Send the following command:
SUBscribe BUDDHA-L your_firstname your_lastname
Forum on Indian and Buddhist Studies. Send the following command:
SUBscribe BUDDHIST your_firstname your_lastname
to firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe.
An international forum for discussions, exchanges of information
regarding Buddhism and for announcements of Buddhist related events.
Send the following command:
to email@example.com to subscribe.
Mailing list for Eastern American/East Asian Buddhism. Send the
subscribe eabud your_firstname your_lastname
(6) Insight (IMS):
For discussion of Theravada meditation practice (vipassana, metta,
etc.). Send the following command:
to majordomo@@world.std.com to subscribe. Check:
for more information.
An on-line Journal of Buddhist Ethics, published by Penn State
University and Goldsmiths College, London. To subscribe to the Journal
Abstract, simply send an e-mail message to:
Leave the "Subject" field blank. In the body of the message should
contain the following:
sub jbe-l your_firstname your_lastname
You will then receive information and the addresses of the Journal's
sites in the USA, Europe and Australia. Published material is available
through WWW, Gopher and FTP. For further information contact the editors
(8) Jodo Shinshu:
A forum in which issues specific to Jodo Shinshu are discussed.
Send the following command:
to firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe.
(9) Kanzeon Sangha UK newsletter:
A text-only newsletter (~3 times a year) is available upon request.
Send a mail to Steve Griffin (email@example.com) for details.
(10) Purdue Buddhist Society:
Send a short message to firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe.
(11) Universal Zendo:
A discussion group about Zen Buddhism with an emphasis on practice
rather than scholarship. Send the following command:
or subscribe zendo-digest
to email@example.com to subscribe.
A monthly newsletter of the Shin Buddhist Resource Center. Send the
to firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe.
This forum was established by the Research School of Social Science,
ANU to provide a world-wide communications vehicle for exchange of
scholarly and factual information dealing with Zen/Ch'an/Son Buddhism.
Send the following command:
subscribe ZenBuddhism-L your_e-mail
to Majordomo@coombs.anu.edu.au to subscribe.
(14) Zen List in French:
to exchange information on the practice of Zen in French. Send the
subscribe zen-list your_e-mail
to email@example.com to subscribe.
A forum for the discussion of science and technology issues related to
Zen Buddhist practice and philosophy. Send the following command:
to firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe.
A forum for the discussion of Yoga related to Zen Buddhist practice
and philosophy. Send the following command:
subscribe zyoga your_firstname your_lastname
to email@example.com to subscribe. Contact Chris Conn at
firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
(17) Various lists at think.net:
Send the following command:
sub <listname> your_firstname your_lastname
to email@example.com, where <listname> is one of the following:
C. Files available for anonymous FTP / gopher:
(1) Alt.zen FAQ:
(2) Buddha's History in 44 Images:
contains 44 jpeg files (total~2.4 Mb) in Mac .hqx format.
(3) Buddhist Gopher:
(4) Buddhist Studies (SUNY Albany):
A collection of several Buddhism literature.
(5) Buddhist Studies Facility (Australia):
This archive has quite a complete list of the resources on internet.
(6) Chinese Buddhist Resources (Taiwan):
and mirror sites:
contains hundreds of Chinese (BIG-5 Code) buddhist sutras, abidamas,
several Chinese books, and a few terlonis .wav files.
(7) Chung-Cheng University Buddhism Gopher site (Taiwan):
requires Chinese system for display.
(8) CLEAR-MIND - Tibetan Buddhist Newsletter:
(9) Journal of Buddhist Ethics:
They also have www addresses (see section D).
(10) Linkoping University FTP archive (Sweden):
(11) Mahidol University gopher:
This gopher site includes information about Buddhist Scripture
Information Retrieval (BUDSIR).
(12) Sunsite Buddhism Information Bank:
Buddhism information (DEFA and Tantric Studies):
(13) The Awareness Technique (TAT):
TAT is an approach to finding one's inner consciousness. TAT consists
of three books, the first chapters of which are not copyrighted and may
be freely retrieved from the Internet via FTP or gopher.
Book 1, Chapter 1 (Multi-Level Awareness) /books/Awareness/b1-1.txt.
Book 2, Chapter 1 (Multi-Plane Awareness) is file b2-1.txt
Book 3, Chapter 1 (Perfecting The Spirit) is file b3-1.txt
Or gopher to gopher.std.com and select Book Sellers, then The Awareness
(14) Tiger Team FTP site:
contains Buddhist file listings, CyberSangha back issues, and the
networks graphic interface.
D. World-Wide Web (WWW):
(1) About Buddhism and FWBO:
(2) Alan Watts Electronic University:
publishes audio and video tapes of lectures by Alan Watts.
(3) Albuquerque Zen Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico):
is part of Rinzai-ji, founded by Joshu Sasaki Roshi.
(4) Amazon.com Books
A large general online bookstore. A keyword search under
Buddhist brings up a large selection of titles.
(5) Amitayus Buddhist Centre (U.K.):
introduces activities in the New Kadampa Tradition.
(6) Asian Art:
has an interesting collection of Buddhism-related graphics files.
(7) Access to Insight:
Resources for Theravada Buddhist practice. Home of the Theravada test
archives and Dhamma Dana Publications (Barre, Massachusetts); Buddhist
Publication Society catalogue; Directory of meditation centers and
(8) Asian Classics Input Project (Princeton Univ.):
contains digital transcription of Kangyur, Tengyur and Sungbum
(9) Association of the True Zen of Master Deshimaru:
includes Zen centers, glossary, documents and newsletter.
(10) Asynchronous School of Buddhist Dialectics Homepage:
including translation of Dzong-ka-ba's Three Principal Aspects of
the Path, etc.
(11) Australian National University:
Buddhist Studies - WWW Virtual Library:
provides a list of web and gopher sites for Buddhism resources and
many other resources, such as Daily Zen Sutras:
(12) Baltimore Zen Meditation Society (Baltimore, MD):
(13) Beat Topics : Buddhism:
(14) Buddha Yana Order Mahayana Zengong:
Australia's Buddhist Communications Link.
contains directory of Buddhist organisations in Australia and some
(16) Buddhism (U. of Oregon):
(17) Buddhism, an Introduction:
an introductory text on Buddhism by John Powers of Australian National
(18) Buddhism and Global nonviolent Problem Solving:
an on-line book edited by Glenn D. Paige and Sarah Gilliatt.
(19) Buddhism and Medical Ethics:
provides a bibliographic introduction to the topic.
(20) Buddhism in Toronto:
lists information about Buddhist temples, centers and events in Toronto
and surrounding area. Also a Buddhist Images page:
(21) Buddhism on Web: Table of Contents:
contains general information about Buddhism and some scriptures,
doctrines and articles.
(22) Buddhism Study Group at Urbana-Champaign:
contains the newsletter "Bodhi News" and some vegetarian recipes.
(23) The Buddhism World:
provides Buddhist resources in both English and Chinese, as well as
information about Electronic Buddhadharma Society and the Buddhist
Association of the United States.
(24) Buddhist Canon Translation Project:
(25) Buddhist Chat:
(26) Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu-Chi Foundation:
is a non-profit organization, headquartered in Taiwan, dedicated to
helping the less fortunate people, regardless of their age, sex, race,
(27) Buddhist Council of New South Wales (Australia):
contains news, articles, directories and links to Australian Buddhist
(28) Buddhist Door (Canada):
is a monthly Internet magazine on Buddhism.
(29) Buddhists in Germany:
contains adresses and events of German Buddhist groups.
(30) Buddhist Scripture Information Retrieval (Thailand):
A complete digital edition of The Buddhist Scripture
iincludes information about the BUDSIR project and digital editions of
some Buddhist scripture at Mahidol University, Thailand.
(31) Buddhist Society of Pittsburgh:
is an umbrella group for the sitting groups in the Steel City.
Information on sitting groups and retreat schedules available.
(32) Buddhist Studies and the Arts (Washington Univ. in St. Louis)
(33) Buddhist Yogi C. M. Chen Homepage:
lists publications of Yogi Chen (most contents are in Chinese Big5).
(34) Bultasa Zen Group (Chicago):
(35) Center for Buddhist Studies (National Taiwan Univ.):
provides bibliography, scriptures, courses and resources related to
(36) The Center For Dzogchen Studies (New Haven, CT):
(37) Chagdud Gonpa Online:
lists centers of the Nyingma Buddhist organization, events, sangha
activities, teachings, FAQs about Tibetan language, and catalog of
dharma books and supplies.
(38) Ch'an Meditation Center (Elmhurst, NY):
is also the web site for Institute of Chung-Hwa Buddhist Culture.
(39) Charles Muller's Resources for Buddhism and East Asian
1. Web Dictionary of East Asian CJK ("Chinese-Japanese-Korean") Buddhist Terms
2. Lists of CJK Buddhist Texts and historical persons
3. Chinese, Korean and Japanese Readings of JIS 0208 CJK characters:
downloading ZIP file.
4. Translation and other materials related to the <i>The Sutra of Perfect
Enlightenment</i> (Yuan jue jing)
5. Bibliography and other resources for the study of Korean Buddhism
6. Annotated listings of other substantial Buddhist Web resources.
7. Reference Guide for East Asian Buddhist Studies: By William Bodiford and
(40) Chinese Buddhist Resource List:
provides complete list of on-line Chinese Buddhist resources, including
WWW, Gopher, Ftp and BBS sites for sutras, zen poems and discussions.
Most sites require Chinese Big5 environment for display.
(41) CloudWater Zendo (Cleveland, OH):
provides information about practicing zen and meditative arts.
(42) Collected Talks of Teacher Chin Kung (Taiwan):
offers both Chinese and English versions of Master Chin Kung's
(43) The Columbia Zen Center (Columbia, MO):
(44) The Compassion Net:
is an online Buddhist meditation center offering personal guidance in
the disciplines of meditation.
(45) Cornell AsiaLink:
providing information about Chinese Buddhism and Chinese Buddhist
The Buddhist Alternative Journal; Full text of past issues available
online in Microsoft Word and WordPerfect.
(47) CyberZen-Zen Sourcepage:
has some sutra texts.
(48) The DaeJang Gyong Research Institute of Haein-sa Monastery:
provides information about the "Reflection on a Calm Sea" Temple in
Korea. Some documents in Korean.
(49) Daily Zen:
contains a daily dose of Zen wisdom, including story, koan, and quote.
(50) Description of Buddhism (Ontario Centre for Religious Tolerance):
(51) The Dhammapada (Singapore):
consists of many verses in Pali uttered by the Buddha.
(52) Dhargyey Buddhist Centre (New Zealand):
(53) Dharma Communications
Dharma Communications is a not-for-profit educational corporation
dedicated to providing resources on Buddhism and world religions,
pertinent to the challenges and opportunities encountered by
spiritual practitioners today.
(54) Dharma Sound Zen Center (Seattle, WA):
(55) Dharma - The Buddhist Web Site:
(56) Dharman Craig's Pretty Good Zenfo Page:
(57) DharmaNet Electronic Files Archive (DEFA):
Central clearinghouse for Buddhist resources, online and off. This is
the top-level page for DharmaNet. Access to Buddhist texts, journals,
events calendar, Dhamma center information, links to other sites, etc.
(59) Dragon Flower Ch'an Temple:
provides English translations of Buddhist texts from Chinese, Sanskrit
or Pali sources.
(60) Dzogchen Foundation (Cambridge, MA):
This page is dedicated to Dzogchen, a teaching of Tibetan Buddhism,
including related texts, books, audio/video tapes, calendar of events,
and a mailing list.
(61) The Eight-Fold Teachings:
introduced the teachings of T'ien T'ai of China (538-597).
(62) The Electronic Bodhidharma:
The page is provided by the International Research Institute for Zen
Buddhism (IRIZ) at Hanazono University, Kyoto, Japan. It contains
information about Zen Buddhist information in English, Chinese and
Japanese, as well as some programs, fonts, dictionaries and utilities
for Chinese and Japanese.
(63) Engaged Buddhist~Dharma Page:
(64) Enmanji Buddhist Temple (Sonoma County, CA):
(65) The Forest Sangha Newsletter:
contains articles and news from the Forest Sangha's monastries around
(66) The Four Yogas of Enlightenment:
is an electronic-book for the teachings of masters of awareness through
comparative analysis and progressive meditative exploration.
(67) Fowler's Martial Arts:
Although focusing on martical arts, this page provides interesting
links to Buddhist literary and eastern philosophy.
(68) Friends of Buddhism (Columbus, Ohio):
is to promote Buddhism, spread Buddhadharma, and support all Buddhist
(69) Friends of the Western Buddhist Order (Cambridge, MA):
(70) Gaden Choling Mahayana Buddhist Meditation Centre (Canada):
is a Tibetan Buddhist centre for practice and study and offers resources
and teachings of the Gelugpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
(71) Great Faces of The Buddha:
(72) Guide to Meditation:
(73) Gyuto Tantric Choir:
Multiphonic chanting by Tibetan buddhist monks.
(74) Hsi-Lai Temple (Hacienda Heights, CA):
Hsi-Lai Temple is the largest Buddhist monastery in the Western
hemisphere, the home of Hsi Lai University, and world headquarters
for Buddhist Light International Association (BLIA).
(75) Huafan College of Humanities and Technology (Taiwan):
is a college founded by Ven. Hiu Wan to promote "enlightened education".
(76) Hyundai Bulgyo Buddhist Newspaper Company (Korea):
(requires Korean environment for display)
(77) International Buddhist Meditation Center (Los Angeles, CA):
is a twenty-five year old center in the Vietnamese American tradition.
Includes dharma talks and links to other Buddhist information.
(78) International Dunhuang Project:
is to promote the study and preservation of manuscripts and printed
documents from Dunhuang and other Central Asian sites through
(79) International Meditation Centres (in tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin):
offers ten-day Theravada Buddhist Meditation courses, newsletters and
(80) Jogyejong Buddhist Web (Korea):
(81) Journal of Buddhist Ethics:
(82) Kadampa Buddhism in the Northwest (Seattle, WA):
(83) Kadampa Center (Raleigh, NC):
for the practive of Tibetan Buddhism in the Gelugpa Tradition.
(84) Kalavinka Dharma Notes:
is a Buddhist Teatime Reader and consists of translations of stories,
verses, analogies, and doctrinal discussions drawn from the golden age
of Buddhism in India and China.
(85) Karma Kagyu Buddhist Network:
provides information about the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan
Buddhism, supports communication among interested parties and introduces
a world-wide online Sangha.
dedicated to the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
(86) Karma Kagyu Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism:
(87) Karma Kagyu Thigsum Chokhorling (New Zealand):
is a rural, residental study and retreat centre in New Zealand. The URL
includes Centre details, newsletter and photos.
(88) Karma Tashi Ling buddhistsenter (Norway):
(89) Khandakapala Buddhist Center (Santa Monica, CA):
(90) Kichuudoo (Japan)
A Buddhist bookstore in Kyoto, Japan has a home page through
which you can search and order books. In Japanese, but they have an
English page in the works.
(91) Korean Buddhism: World Wide Web Virtual Library
A home page devoted to providing information about Korean
Buddhism practice centers, academic institutions, bibliographies,
(92) KPC Tibetan Buddhism and Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo Home Page
Kunzang Palyul Choling (KPC) now has a website! KPC is the center
of Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo, the first American woman enthroned as a tulku, or
reincarnate Tibetan Buddhist lama.
(93) Kurukulla Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies:
contains information about activities and Lotus Arrow Newsletter.
(94) The Kwan Um School of Zen (Cumberland, RI):
(95) Lalita On Line:
contains Lolita Newsletter and information about Tibetan Buddhism.
(96) Lama Surya Das
(97) Ligmincha Institute:
provide information on Bvn and dzogchen, activities of the Institute,
and a on-line quarterly newsletter "The Voice of Clear Light".
(98) Lotus Buddhist Art Gallery:
(99) The Magic Life of Milarepa, Tibet's Great Yogi:
portrays the legendary exploits of one of Tibetan Buddhism's most
(100) Master Yi Yungao International Cultural Institute:
introduces their organization and activities.
(101) MidAmerica Dharma Group (Kansas City, MO):
dedicated to making the practice of Insight Meditation available to
people in the central U.S.
(102) The Mind-Only Cafe (U. of North Carolina at Wilmington):
contains information on and links to material on the study of Tibet,
the Himalayas, and India, Tibetan Buddhist Studies, and the philosophy
of Indian Yogacara Buddhism as seen in Tibet.
(103) Mountain Moon Sangha:
is a group of Zen practitioners in the Sanbo Kyodan lineage.
(104)) The Mountains and Rivers Order:
is an organization of associated Zen Buddhist temples, practice centers
and sitting groups in the U.S. and abroad.
is an organization for arts and practices of Mushindo Kempo, Chinese
yoga, Cheirology, and esoteric Buddhist studies.
(106) Mystical Zen Buddhism:
(107) Namgyal Monastery Online:
contains introduction to the Monastery (founded by the Second Dalai
Lama) and its courses and activities.
(108) National Chung-Hsin University Buddhism Page (Taiwan):
contains Buddhist books, pictures and general information (in Chinese).
(109) NCF Buddhism Home Page:
National Capital Freenet (Ottawa) WWW Buddhism Special Interest Group.
includes Directory of Buddhist groups in Ottawa, Introduction to
Buddhism, Meditation Instructions, Photographs of renouned Buddhist
(110) New Kadampa Tradition:
(111) New York Dharma Group:
offers introduction of Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, poems
and a picture gallery.
(112) Nichiren Buddhists:
(113) Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism:
(114) Nichiren Shu:
is a Buddhist organization based on the Lotus Sutra and the teachings
of Nichiren Shonin.
(115) Nyingma Centers:
provides information about the institutions founded by Head Lama
(116) Osel Shen Phen Ling Tibetan Buddhist Center (Missoula, MT):
(117) Parallax Press:
offers information about books, meditation supplies, a/v tapes, and
(118) Pariyatti Book Service
Pariyatti Book Service, a mail-order company specializing in
books on Vipassana meditation and the teachings of the Buddha.
(119) The Path of Awakening
The Unofficial Doug Duncan Dharma Webpage
(120) Philadelphia Buddhist Association:
provides information about activities and newsletter.
(121) Photos of Buddist sights in Japan (U. Idaho):
(122) Quiet Mountain Tibetan Buddhist Sites and Resources:
provides links to many sites to all the four major schools of Tibetan
(123) Saraha Buddhist Center (San Francisco, CA):
is a Kadampa Buddhist center that provides regular study and meditation
classes in the SanFrancisco Bay area.
(124) The Secret Doctrine:
(125) Shambhala Center:
offers traditional meditation instruction in the Kagyu and Nyingma
tradtitions of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as Shambhala Training.
(126) Shin Buddhism Network (Honolulu, Hawaii):
provides articles (English and Japanese) and glossary for Shin Buddhist
tradition and Pure Land Buddhism.
(127) Shin Buddhist Resource Center (San Jose, CA):
provides information for students of Jodo Shinshu, a form of Pureland
Buddhism which originated in 12th century Japan. Resources include
translations, essays and interperative articles.
(128) Snow Lion Publications:
offers news about Tibet-related events, as well as a production
schedule for Snow Lion books and in-depth reviews of new books.
(129) Soka Gakkai International:
http://www.halcyon.com/Ichinet/menu.html (Unofficial site)
http://www.slip.net/~kortj/ (San Jose, California)
(130) Spiritual Consciousness on WWW:
A dedicated spiritual site which comprehends spirituality in a modern
context in review of ancient teachings and religious belief-systems.
http://www.protree.com/kiwi/Spirit.html (Colorado, USA)
http://spirit.satelnet.org/Spirit.html (Florida, USA)
(131) Still Point (Dharma Rain Zen Center Newsletter)
(132) Taipei Young Buddhist Association (Taiwan):
(requires Chinese Big5 for display)
lists Chinese Buddhist resources and sutras.
(133) Ten Bulls (Zen poem and pictures):
(134) Thai buddhism information (Thailand):
(135) The Dharma Centre of Canada
(136) Tibetan Buddhism:
provides many links to sites related to Tibetan Buddhism
(137) Tibetan Buddhist Enlightment:
provides many links to information about art, Dharma centers, images,
sounds, vedio clips, utilities, etc.
(138) Tibetan Voices:
is a photographic book and calendar fund raising campaign in aid of
Tibetan refugees and Seva Service Society.
(139) Tiger Team Buddhist Information Network:
(140) Time, Space and Knowledge:
provides lessons based on Lama Tarthang Tulku's book series.
(141) Tricycle Hub:
is the interactive forum of "Tricycle: The Buddhist Review", an
independent Buddhist quarterly.
(142) True Buddha School Net:
(143) Tsondru Thangka Conservation:
features professional thangka conservation services and articles about
Himalayan thangka paintings.
(144) Tsurphu Foundation:
to raise awareness and funds for the monasteries and activities of the
(145) UCB Buddhism Program (UC Berkeley):
introduces the Buddhism courses and faculty at UC Berkeley.
(146) UK Buddhist Addresses
A database of addresses of UK Buddhist Organisations,
Monasteries, Retreat Centres, Medition Groups &etc.
(147) Ume Zendo (Sweden):
(148) Vajradakini Buddhist Center (Dallas, TX):
(149) Vajrayana Foundation's fledgling Home Page:
(150) Vietnamese Buddhist Articles:
contains articles in Vietnamese (need true-type VPS-Times font for
(151) Village Zendo (New York City):
(152) Vipassana Meditation:
(153) Vipassana Research Publications of America (Seattle, WA):
is the North American branch of the Vipassana Research Institute (VRI)
of Igatpuri, Maharashtra, India.
(154) The Voice of Dharma (China):
(requires Chinese environment for display)
provides lots of information about Buddhist in China, including journal,
scriptures, arts and other resources.
Publishers of fine books on Japan and Asia for more than three
decades, Weatherhill produces books on a wide variety of subjects for
both the discerning general reader and the specialist seeking the
highest quality in content, design, and production. Weatherhill is
also the foremost distributor of English-language books on Asia and
(156) Web Journal of Korean Buddhist Studies:
(157) The WEBster: Buddhism:
lists some Buddhist related resources on the net.
(158) Welcome to Daka's:
provides information about Buddhist Astrology and Thubten Choling.
(159) Wen-Ming's Studio:
provides many Buddhist literatures in Chinese. Needs Big-5 environment
(160) What do you think, my friend? (Singapore):
contains a selection of writings on Buddhism.
(161) White Path Temple (Tokyo, Japan):
is a virtual Shin Buddhist Temple with some sutra in Japanese.
(162) Windbell Publications
Windbell Publications is the publishing arm of Dogen Sangha,
a Buddhist community based in Tokyo, Japan and founded on the teachings of
Dogen Zenji. Formed in 1986, we publish books on Buddhism by our founder,
Master Gudo Nishijima, and English translations of the works of Dogen
Zenji. Foremost among these translations is our four volume translation
of the Shobogenzo. We are supported by donations and grants, and our
efforts are wholly voluntary."
(163) Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia (Malaysia):
provides information (in both English and Chinese Big5) about their
organization and Buddhist activities in Malaysia.
(164) Yuan Zheng Tang of True Buddha School (Singapore):
(165) Zen Ancestors Home Page:
provides some texts of Zen-related lectures and some materials about
the history of Zen.
(166) Zen Buddhist Texts (U. Texas Houston, Texas):
by Southwest Chogye International Zen Academeia in Houston, Texas.
which has text of sutra, dictionary of Buddhism terms, etc.
(167) Zen Buddhist Video:
provides information on videos pertaining to Zen Buddhism and Buddhism
(168) Zen Center of Los Angeles:
(169) Zen Center of New York City
The Zen Center of New York City, also known as Fire Lotus Zendo,
is the city branch of Zen Mountain Monastery, a Zen training center for
male and female monastics and lay students. Fire Lotus is dedicated
to providing support for lay practitioners in the New York City area
through six days of weekly sitting meditations, monthly one-day
meditations intensives led by ZMM Abbot, John Daido Loori or by senior
monastics and lay students, and one-day workshops in related practices.
(170) Zen Centre of Vancouver:
(171) Zen Hospice Project (San Francisco, California):
runs several programs dedicated to the care of people approaching
death and increasing our understanding of our own impermanence.
(172) Zen Garden:
contains zen stories and koans.
(173) Zen Place in Santa Barbara:
is a virtual meditation facility.
features The Gateless Gate (a famous collection of koans). It also
provides FAQ for alt.zen:
(176) The Zen Web of Original Mind:
E. Bulletin Board System (BBS):
* Body Dharma Online
Barry Kapke, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Home of DharmaNet & GASSHO; including Dharma Electronic Files Archive)
* Tiger Team Buddhist Information Network
P.O. Box 2688
Alameda, CA 94501
* Voice of New Haven
New Haven, CT
* Sojourner's Realm
Waverly Hall, GA
* The Bodhi Tree
Kim Day, email@example.com
* I CAN! BBS
* SciNexus Central BBS
Dominic Aspel, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Mount Kailas
Data: 617-252-9988 (N81)
(New England's Dharma Bulletin Board Service. Calendars of Buddhist
teachings and events, and Public Message bases for on-line information
exchange are featured. Mount Kailas BBS also has e-mail and an Open-Air
Market Place where Dharma items can be ordered from participating
vendors. $40 a year for memberships.)
* Astrological Services
Kansas City, MO
* The Arena of Anon
* The NTH Dimension
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
(Home of DharmaNet in Australia, text files on Buddhist philosophy)
* The Bridge BBS
Darren Merritt and Tony Langdon
* Silent Running
(over 160 files and information on Buddhism)
Montreal, QC, Canada
* Depeche Megalopolis BBS
Wang Yumin, email@example.com, 72332,firstname.lastname@example.org
F. Buddhist-related books and supplies:
District of Columbia:
* Buddhist Book Service phone: 301-946-7560, or 202-832-9393
P.O. Box 9677
Washington, DC 20016
(large stock of books and pamphlets on Theravadan tradition)
State of California:
* Asian Humanities Press phone: 510-659-8272
c/o Jain Publishing Company
P.O. Box 3523
Fremont, CA 94539
* Bodhi Tree Bookstore phone: 800-825-9798, fax: 310-659-0178
8585 Melrose Ave.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(large selection of books, including domestic & imported Buddhist titles)
* The Buddhist Bookstore phone: 415-776-7877
1710 Octavia Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(large stock of books on all Buddhist traditions, specialized in Shin/Pure
* California Buddhist Vihara Society phone: 510-540-6565
c/o Gary Ray
Tiger Team Buddhist Information Network
1920 Francisco St., Sutie 112
Berkeley, CA 94709
(Small list of free Dharma books)
* Dharma Publishing phone: 800-873-4276, 510-548-5407, 510-873-4276
2910 San Pablo Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94702
(Dharma books, esp. Tibetian, Vajrayana, and Dzogchen)
* Eastwind Books and Arts Inc. phone: 415-781-3331
1435 A Stockton
San Francisco, CA
* Forest Books phone: 415-863-2755
3080 16th St. at Valencia
San Francisco, CA 94103
(new & used books specializing in eastern religion, Asian culture, etc.)
* Keep It Simple phone: 415-967-3710
P.O. Box 91
Mountain View, CA 94042
(small catalog of Dharma books, tapes, t-shirts, and meditation supplies)
* Parallax Press phone: 510-525-1010, fax: 510-525-7129
P.O. Box 7355
Berkeley, CA 94707
(books and tapes, most by Thich Nhat Hanh and friends)
* The Phoenix Bookstore phone: 310-395-9516
1514 5th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(books and tapes related to religion and philosophy)
* Shasta Abbey Buddhist Supplies phone: 800-653-3315, 916-926-6682
P.O. Box 199 fax: 916-926-5796
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
(large catalog of Dharma/Meditation supplies, books, tapes, etc.)
* Tibetan Treasures phone: 916-623-2714, fax: 916-623-6709
P.O. Box 279
Junction City, CA 96048-0279
(catalog of large selection of dharma items, incense, books, etc.)
* Zen Home Stitchery phone: 714-631-5389
2693 Riverside Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
(small catalog of clothes, cushions and accessories for meditation)
State of Colorado:
* Medicine Buddha Healing Institute phone/fax: 303-657-1411
7971 Fairview Drive
Denver, CO 80221
* Sounds True Catalog phone: 800-333-9185
735 Walnut St., Dept. SC94
Boulder, CO 80302
(tapes on meditation, buddhism, self-discovery, etc.)
* ZIJI Books & Gifts phone: 303-449-6219
2019 10th St.
Boulder, CO 80302
(catalog ($1) of Dharma books, practice materials, etc.)
State of Illinois:
* Buddhadharma Meditation Center phone: 708-789-8866
8910 South Kingery Highway
Hinsdale, IL 60521
(small catalog of Dharma Books)
* Quest Books phone: 800-669-9425, fax: 708-665-8791
The Theosophical Publishing House
P.O. Box 270, Dept. M-171
Wheaton, IL 60189-0270
(books on religion, philosophy, etc.)
State of Massachusettes:
* Dhamma Dana Publications
c/o Barre Center for Buddhist Studies
149 Lockwood Road
Barre, MA 01005
* DharmaCrafts phone: 617-862-9211, fax: 617-862-8824
405 Waltham Street, Suite 234
Lexington, MA 02173
(large catalog of Dharma/Meditation supplies, books, tapes, etc.)
* Dharma Seed Tape Library phone: 800-969-SEED, fax: 413-665-1399
Wendell Depot, MA 01380
(tapes of IMS Dharma Talks)
* Shambhala Publications, Inc. phone: 617-424-0228, fax: 617-236-1563
P.O. Box 308
Boston, MA 02117-0308
(catalog of Buddhist and other eastern religion/philosophy/practice books)
* Wisdom Publications phone: 800-272-4050, 617-536-2305
361 Newbury Street fax: 617-536-1897
Boston, MA 02115
(Dharma books from all Buddhist traditions)
State of Missouri:
* South Asia Books phone: 314-474-0116
P.O. Box 502
Columbia, MO 65205
(huge stock of books from Asia, many on Buddhism)
State of New Hampshire:
* Windhorse phone: 800-303-5728
14 Heartwood Circle
Newmarket, NH 03857
(catalog of Buddhist books)
State of New York:
* Asian Rare Books phone: 212-316-5334 fax: 212-316-3408
175 W. 93rd St., suite 16-D e-mail: SFeld70934@aol.com
New York, NY 10025
(old and rare books on Asia and Asian religions)
* C. K. Manpolo Int'l Inc. phone: 212-219-3556
137 Hester St.
New York, NY 10002
(statues and supplies)
* Dharma Communications Inc. phone: 914-688-7993, fax: 914-688-7911
P.O. Box 156DC, South Plank Road
Mt. Tremper, NY 12457
(large catalog of Dharma/Meditation supplies, books, tapes, etc.)
* Dharmaware Giftshop phone: 914-679-5417 (store), 914-679-4900 (order)
54C (9) Tinker St.
Woodstock, NY 12498
(24-page color catalog of Dharma supplies, books, tapes, statues, etc.)
* Myojo Morning Star
294 Old Route 28
Glenford, NY 12433
(catalog of meditation clothing)
* Oriental Culture Enterprises phone: 212-226-8461, fax: 212-431-6695
13-17 Elizabeth St., 2nd floor
New York, NY
* Sharchen Imports phone: 800-521-9357, 212-860-8873
1309 Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10128
(color catalog of Dharma furnishings)
* Snow Lion Publications phone: 607-273-8519, fax: 607-273-8508
P.O. Box 6483 e-mail: email@example.com
Ithaca, NY 14851-6483
(free newsletter/catalog for current events about Tibet and over 1200
books and other items on Tibet and Tibet Buddhism)
* SUNY Press
State University Plaza
Albany, NY 12246-0001
(Buddhist book list)
* SUNY Press phone: 607-277-2211
c/o CUP Services
P.O. Box 6525
Ithaca, NY 14851
(books of Buddhist interest)
State of North Carolina:
* Caroline Morning Designs phone: 704-683-1843
Dept P, P.O. Box 2832
Asheville, NC 28802
(inflatable Zafu, cushions, books, bells, etc.)
State of Oregon:
* The Mystic Trader phone: 800-634-9057, 503-357-1566, fax: 503-357-1669
1334 Pacific Ave.
Forest Grove, OR 97116
(64-page catalog of Buddhist, Taoist, etc. items, tapes and books)
State of Pennsylvania:
* Books for the Nineties phone: 800-331-3761
P.O. Box 588
Scranton, PA 18512-0588
(catalog of books on psychology, meditation, buddhism, spirituality, etc.)
State of Rhode Island:
* Primary Point Press phone: 401-658-1476, fax: 401-658-1188
99 Pound Road
Cumberland, RI 02864
(small list of Dharma Books by Seung Sahn and others)
State of Utah:
* Kanzeon Jade Thread phone: 801-328-8414
1274 E. South Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(small catalog of Dharma Supplies)
State of Vermont:
* Samadhi Cushions phone: 800-331-7751
Dept. TRI, RR 1 Box 3
Barnet, VT 05821
(cushions and related items)
State of Wisconsin:
* Institute of Zen Studies fax: 608-833-8599
c/o Chozen-ji Betsuin/International Zen Dojo of Wisconsin
301 S. Bedford St., Suite #219
Madison, WI 53703
(calligraphy by Hosokawa Dogen Roshi, Abbot of Daihonzan Chozen-ji,
* The Old Bookroom phone: 61-6-2515191 fax: 61-6-2515536
Street Level, Belconnen Churches Centre
Benjamin Way, Belconnen
ACT 2617, Australia
(mail-order service specialising in books on Asia, the Middle East and
* Motilal Banarsidass
41 UA Bungalow Road, Jawahar Nagar
(buddhist books and other Indian philosophies)
* Buddhist Publication Society
P.O. Box 61
54, Sangharaja Mawatha
Kandy, Sri Lanka
(catalog of Dharma Books)
(1) Bodhi-Line phone service:
A telephone information service providing information about Buddhist
centers in New York area, including centers' locations, schedules of
classes and meditation sessions, and a list of books, tapes and other
materials. All services offered by the Bodhi-Line are free of charge.
Just dial (212) 677-9354. For more information about Bodhi-Line,
contact Michael Wick at Buddhist Information Service of New York,
331 E 5th Street, New York, NY 10003. Tel: (212) 777-3745. Fax &
voice mail: (212) 677-9354.
A Tibetan Buddhist group in the White Lineage of the Nyingma School.
Organizes retreats, an annual journal and a quarterly magazine.
UK: PO Box 2318, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 5YP
USA: PO Box 247, Chelsea Station, New York, NY 10113-0247
Blackstad, Mark (firstname.lastname@example.org), "Buddhist Related Books and
Supplies", Insight Mailing List, Oct. 24, 1994.
Chen, Ying (email@example.com), "Introduction to Discussion Groups for
Buddhism in the Network", Bodhi News, Sept. 27, 1994.
Kahila, John (firstname.lastname@example.org), "Talk.Religion.Buddhism FAQ, Part 3"
Xu, Dong (email@example.com), "New Electronic Buddhist Resource on
InterNet", Bodhi News, May 10, 1994.
And Many others who sent me the updates!