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Date: Tue, 11 Feb 1997 07:43:32 +0800
From: Connie Neal <cin@io.com>
Subject: BRF-Feb Update id QAA12222; Mon, 10 Feb 1997 16:08:25 -0600 (CST)

I've removed the Bulletin Board Section to a separate file:
http://www.io.com/~cin/bbs.html
since I have been unable to verify the validity of the entries.

I am thinking of doing the same with entries in the Books and
Supplies section, that do not have either url's, email addresses,
or 1-800, numbers. At least until I can get out verification
letters by snail-mail.

On the last update I forgot to mention the addition of
Name: Graduate Programs in Asian Philosophy and Religion
Keywords: A.--University

Thanks to Jerome Ducor for discovering the new url for the
Shin Buddhist Resource Center.

Take care,
Connie

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These sites have been added under the following keywords:

Keywords: A.--Bibliography
Name: SEAOX Buddhist Links

Keywords: A.--Humanitarian
Name: Buddhist Peace Fellowship

Keywords: A.--Images
Name: Exploring the Mandala
Name: The Tantric Buddhist Mandala: an Introduction

Keywords: B.--Traditions-Shin
Name: Shin Buddhist Resource Center

Keywords: B.--Traditions-Theravada
Name: Nanavira Thera Dhamma Page
Name: Skillful Means
Name: The True Freedom Cyber-Temple

Keywords: B.--Traditions-Tibetan
Name: The Tantric Buddhist Mandala: an Introduction

Keywords: B.--Traditions-Zen
Name: California Diamond Sangha
Name: Prairie Zen Center (Illinois)

Keywords: C.--Languages-German
Name: Buddhistische Studien - Buddhist Studies

Keywords: C.--Languages-Japanese
Name: Personal Computer and Asian Humanity Studies
Name: INBUDS Searcher (in Japanese)
Name: Welcome to The Toyo Bunko Home Page
Name: OKAJIMA_Akihiro

Keywords: E.--Books and Supplies
Name: Khazana Art Online
--------------------------------

The following sites were deleted, as I have not been able to contact
them.  If anyone has a current url, please let me know and I will
reinstate them.

Name: Buddhist Studies Bibliographies
Location: http://www.sju.edu/~dcarpent/2161/bibliography.html

Name: Sunsite Buddhist Information Bank
Keywords: A.--Bibliography, A.--Images
Description: Contains Buddhism information (DEFA and Tantric Studies):
    An Image Bank; and Meditation files.
Location: gopher://sunsite.unc.edu/11/.pub/academic/religious_studies/Buddhism/
Location: gopher://sunsite.unc.edu/11/.pub/academic/religious_studies/Buddhism/Tantric_Studies/Iconography
Location: gopher://sunsite.unc.edu/11/.pub/academic/medicine/alternative-healthcare/meditation
Record: cin@io.com Wed Oct 25 10:17:13 1995
Updated:

Name: The Awareness Technique (TAT)
Keywords: A.--Other
Description: 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
Location: ftp://ftp.std.com/books/Awareness/b1-1.txt
Location: ftp://ftp.std.com/books/Awareness/b2-1.txt
Location: ftp://ftp.std.com/books/Awareness/b3-1.txt
Record: cin@io.com Wed Oct 25 10:17:13 1995
Updated: cin@io.com Tue Dec 17 10:21:16 1996

Name: Chinese Buddhist Resources (Taiwan)
Keywords: A.--Texts, C.--Languages-Chinese
Description: Contains hundreds of Chinese (BIG-5 Code) buddhist sutras, 
    abidamas, several Chinese books, and a few terlonis .wav files.
Location: ftp://nctuccca.edu.tw/Chinese/buddhism/
Location: ftp://iiiafs.iii.org.tw/Chinese/buddhism/
Location: ftp://serv.hinet.net/Chinese/buddhism/
Record: cin@io.com Wed Oct 25 10:17:13 1995
Updated: cin@io.com Wed Dec  4 11:28:00 1996

Name: Diamond Sutra - English and Korean text
Keywords: A.--Texts, C.--Languages-Korean
Location: http://sol.nuri.net/~hederein/stura/diamond/index.htm
Record: cin@io.com Mon Nov 25 10:42:39 1996
Updated: cin@io.com Wed Dec  4 16:37:00 1996

Name: Zen of Photojournalism
Keywords: B.--Traditions-Zen
Location: http://www5.fullerton.edu/les/zen.html
Record: cin@io.com Sun Dec  1 08:05:43 1996
Updated: cin@io.com Sun Dec  8 10:11:02 1996

Name: Daily Zen
Keywords: B.--Traditions-Zen
Description: Contains a daily dose of Zen wisdom, including story,
    koan, and quote.
Location: http://www.iac.net/~mamund/DailyZen.html
Record: cin@io.com Thu Feb 15 14:58:21 1996
Updated: cin@io.com Sat Dec  7 16:04:39 1996

Name: Cornell AsiaLink
Keywords: C.--Languages-Chinese
Description: Provides information about Chinese Buddhism and Chinese 
    Buddhist organizations.
Location: http://cucjk.eap.cornell.edu/asialink/asialink.html
Record: cin@io.com Thu Oct 26 14:32:48 1995

Name: National Chung-Hsin University Buddhism Page (Taiwan)
Keywords: C.--Languages-Chinese
Description: Contains Buddhist books, pictures and general information 
    (in Chinese).
Location: http://www.nchu.edu.tw/buddhism
Record: cin@io.com Thu Dec  7 11:02:08 1995

Name: The Buddhism World
Keywords: C.--Languages-Chinese
Description: Provides Buddhist resources in both English and 
    Chinese, as well as information about Electronic Buddhadharma 
    Society and the Buddhist Association of the United States.
Location: http://dual.iems.nwu.edu/~cwshen/buddha.html
Record: cin@io.com Thu Dec  7 10:35:29 1995
Updated: cin@io.com Tue Dec 10 09:35:53 1996

Name: Wen-Ming's Studio
Keywords: C.--Languages-Chinese
Description: Provides many Buddhist literatures in Chinese.  Needs Big-5
    environment.
Location: http://140.92.56.102/
Record: cin@io.com Tue Nov 14 12:18:07 1995

Name: Dharma Center - Buddhism, meditation, Tibetan art in Finland
Keywords: C.--Languages-Finnish
Description: Dharma Center is a Buddhist meditation center in Finland, 
    170 km from Helsinki.
Location: http://netti.netti.fi/%7Earyatara/
Record: cin@io.com Sun Aug 18 16:49:15 1996

Name: The DaeJang Gyong Research Institute of Haein-sa Monastery
Keywords: C.--Languages-Korean, A.--Texts
Description: Provides information about the "Reflection on a 
    Calm Sea" Temple in Korea.  Some documents in Korean.
Location: http://sol.nuri.net/~hederein/indexeng.html
Record: cin@io.com Thu Dec  7 10:46:48 1995
Updated: cin@io.com Wed Dec 11 05:16:54 1996

========================= Buddhist Resource File ============================
This is a list of resources related to Buddhist literatures and activities.
started by Hsuan Peng on Novevember 14, 1994.
  This file is available online in text and html versions at: 
  * http://www.io.com/~cin/index.html   
  * ftp://ftp.louisville.edu/pub/it/listfiles/buddha-l/
    (Buddha-L list server maintained by Mr. Jim Cocks)

Please send me your comments, requests or updates.

Connie Neal
cin@io.com

first version: November 14, 1994
this update:   February 10, 1997

========================= Buddhist Resource File ============================

  Keywords: A.--Bibliography

1.Name: SEAOX Buddhist Links
  Description: Contains links and some sound files.
  Location: http://www.cris.com/~seaox/buddha.html
  
2.Name: Australian National Univ.: Buddhist Studies - WWW Virtual Library
  Description: Provides a list of web and gopher sites for Buddhism 
      resources and many other resources, such as Daily Zen Sutras.
  Location: http://coombs.anu.edu.au/WWWVL-Buddhism.html
  Location: http://coombs.anu.edu.au/WWWVLPages/BuddhPages/Daily-Zen-Sutras.html
  Location: ftp://coombs.anu.edu.au/coombspapers/otherarchives/electronic-buddhist-archives/
  Location: gopher://cheops.anu.edu.au/11/ResearchFacilities/BSF
  
3.Name: The WEBster: Buddhism
  Description: Lists some Buddhist related resources on the net.
  Location: http://www.cyberspy.com/~webster/buddha.html
  
4.Name: UCLA Guide to East Asian Buddhist Studies: Reference Works
  Description: First Compiled by Robert Buswell. Revised and Expanded by 
      William Bodiford. CJK characters added by Charles Muller
  Location: http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/ealc/refguide.htm
  
5.Name: talk.religion.buddhism FAQ
  Description: 
      Or you can get a most recent copy of the FAQ by sending an 
      e-mail with the following command in the mail body:
       send usenet/talk.religion.buddhism/*
      to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu.
  Location: ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet-by-group/news.answers/buddhist-faq/
  Location: ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet-by-group/talk.religion.buddhism
  Location: http://www.lib.ox.ac.uk/internet/news/faq/by_category.buddhism-faq.html
  Location: http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/buddhism-faq/top.html
  Contact: John Kahila kahila@kyyppari.hkkk.fi
  
6.Name: DharmaNet Electronic Files Archive (D.E.F.A.)
  Description: 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.
  Location: http://www.dharmanet.org
  Contact: dharma@dharmanet.org
  
7.Name: Buddhist Studies and the Arts (Washington Univ. in St. Louis)
  Location: http://www.artsci.wustl.edu/~rrscott/
  
8.Name: Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism
  Description:
      1. 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 Robert Buswell
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/index.html
  Contact: acmuller@gol.com
  
9.Name: Center for Buddhist Studies (National Taiwan Univ.)
  Description: Provides bibliography, scriptures, courses and resources 
      related to Buddhism.
  Location: http://ccbs.ntu.edu.tw/
  
10.Name: International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism (Japan)
  Description: The page is provided by the International Research
      Institute for Zen Buddhism (IRIZ) at Hanazono University, Kyoto,
      Japan.  Zen Buddhist information in English, Chinese and Japanese, 
      as well as some programs, fonts, primary texts,
      dictionaries and utilities for Chinese and Japanese.
  Location: http://www.iijnet.or.jp/iriz/irizhtml/irizhome.htm
  
11.Name: Ducor Home Page
  Description: Links to European Buddhist sites and museums. Also 
    Shinshu pages.
  Location: http://www.ville-ge.ch/musinfo/ethg/ducor/index.htm
  
12.Name: Buddhism (U. of Oregon)
  Location: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~felsing/cstuff/bud.html
  Contact: felsing@oregon.uoregon.edu
  
13.Name: Tuepflis Global Village Library: Buddhism Links
  Description: An extensive collection of material on Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.well.com/user/payer/budlink.html
  
14.Name: Buddhistische Studien - Buddhist Studies
  Location: http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/indologie/buddha.htm
  Contact: Johannes B. Tuemmers jb.tuemmers@uni-koeln.de
  

  Keywords: A.--Biography

1.Name: David Cherniak Films
      I've mounted a home page to share the transcripts of interviews
      I've done over the last ten years. There are now about 40 on my 
      site, many of them with well known Buddhists such as Bob Thurman,
      Glenn Mullin, and Allen Ginsburg.
  Location: http://www.myna.com/~davidck
  
2.Name: Women Active in Buddhism
  Description: A comprehensive collection of links and
      resources on contemporary Buddhist women ... Dharma teachers,
      scholars, yoginis (practitioners), and activists may be 
      found below, as well as projects, organisations, bibliographic
      and contact information.
  Location: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/staff/miltonj/women.htm
  

  Keywords: A.--Dictionaries

1.Name: Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism
  Description:
      1. 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 Robert Buswell
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/index.html
  Contact: acmuller@gol.com
  
2.Name: International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism (Japan)
  Description: The page is provided by the International Research
      Institute for Zen Buddhism (IRIZ) at Hanazono University, Kyoto,
      Japan.  Zen Buddhist information in English, Chinese and Japanese, 
      as well as some programs, fonts, primary texts,
      dictionaries and utilities for Chinese and Japanese.
  Location: http://www.iijnet.or.jp/iriz/irizhtml/irizhome.htm
  
3.Name: The Web Dictionary of East Asian Buddhist CJK Terms
  Description: The dictionary on this Web site is an ongoing, open project,
      continually being updated and broadened by scholars of East Asian 
      Buddhism from around the world. CJK browser capabilities needed. 
      Includes downloadable HTML and SGML files in ZIP format.
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/bdict/bdict.htm 
  
4.Name: Zen Buddhist Texts (U. Texas Houston, Texas)
  Description: 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.
  Contact: Steven E. Newton snewton@oac.hsc.uth.tmc.edu
  Location: http://oac.hsc.uth.tmc.edu/~snewton/zen/index.map
  
5.Name: Christian Wittern's Web Space
  Description: Includes: The WWW Database of Chinese Buddhist texts:  
      a comprehensive list of Chinese Buddhist texts. It currently contains 
      4375 texts by 1349 authors and Kanjibase, a database of Chinese 
      characters.
  Location: http://www.gwdg.de/~cwitter/
  

  Keywords: A.--Directory

1.Name: DharmaNet Electronic Files Archive (D.E.F.A.)
  Description: 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.
  Location: http://www.dharmanet.org
  Contact: dharma@dharmanet.org
  
2.Name: Ducor Home Page
  Description: Links to European Buddhist sites and museums. Also 
    Shinshu pages.
  Location: http://www.ville-ge.ch/musinfo/ethg/ducor/index.htm
  
3.Name: Buddhist Council of New South Wales (Australia)
  Description: Contains news, articles, directories and links to 
      Australian Buddhist organizations.
  Location: http://www.zip.com.au/~lyallg/
  
4.Name: Buddhist Information Service of New York
  Description: This is a listing of NY area buddhist centers and shops. 
      It includes events of the month and some teachings, some audio.
  Location: http://www.infinite.org/bodhiline
  Contact: BodhiNY108@aol.com
  
5.Name: Directory of Buddhism in Canada
  Description: There is available a directory of Buddhism in Canada.  
      Much of this work was done by the Buddhist Women's Council, in 
      cooperation with the Buddhist Communities of Greater Toronto, and the 
      Sangha Council of Ontario Buddhist Ministries.
  Location: http://www.interlog.com/~klima/b/canada.html
  
6.Name: UK Buddhist Addresses
  Description: A database of addresses of UK Buddhist Organisations, 
      Monasteries, Retreat Centres, Medition Groups &etc.
  Location: http://www-ipg.umds.ac.uk/~crr/newsletter/uk_buddhist_addresses.html
  Contact: C.Renshaw@ipg.umds.ac.uk
  
7.Name: Sri Lankan Buddhist Temples in Australia
  Description: This is an opportunity for Committees of Sri Lankan 
      Buddhist temples in Australia to publish information on their
      temples and to provide notes on relegious activities organized
      by temples.
  Location: http://vicnet.net.au/~slanka/temple1.html
  
8.Name: BuddhaNet (Australia)
  Description: Australia's Buddhist Communications Link contains
      directory of Buddhist organisations in Australia and some Buddhist 
      files. Includes BuddhaZine - Online Magazine.
  Location: http://www2.hawkesbury.uws.edu.au/BuddhaNet/
  
9.Name: Buddhism in Toronto
  Description: Lists information about Buddhist temples, centers and
      events in Toronto area. Also a Buddhist Images page.
  Location: http://www.interlog.com/~klima/toronto.html
  
10.Name: NCF Buddhism Home Page
  Description: National Capital Freenet (Ottawa) WWW Buddhism Special
      Interest Group.  Includes Directory of Buddhist groups in Ottawa, 
      Introduction to Buddhism, Meditation Instructions, Photographs of 
      renowned Buddhist teachers, etc
  Location: http://www.ncf.carleton.ca/ip/sigs/religion/buddhism/home.html
  Contact: Andr Vellino andre@freenet.carleton.ca
  
11.Name: UK Association for Buddhist Studies (U.K)
  Description: Based at the University of Sunderland. The UK 
      Association for Buddhist Studies aims to act as a focus for Buddhist
      Studies in the UK, and is open to academics, post-graduates, and 
      unaffiliated Buddhist scholars or interested Buddhist practitioners.
      A file, available from the opening menu, which gives details of all Pali
      Text Society publications, arranged for easy  reference (e.g. text
      followed by commentary on it, plus translations of these), with
      additional details on translations by other publishers and digital
      editions of the Canon and commentaries, and an overview of the Pali Canon
      and commentaries. 
      The web-site of the UK Association for Buddhist Studies now contains an
      annotated bibliography on scholarly publications (from the last two or
      three decades) on Buddhism in Europe, compiled by Martin Baumann.
  Location: http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/~os0dwe/bsa.html
  Contact: peter.harvey@sunderland.ac.ukor i.harris@lancaster.ac.uk
  
12.Name: Dharma - The Buddhist Web Site
  Description: Includes Buddhist information, global listings of sangha 
      centers; some background on Buddhism, including Zen, meditation 
      techniques, a glossary of terminology, reading list
      (where books can be purchased through the mail), images,
      links to dharma sites; and other useful material.
  Location: http://infoweb.magi.com/~dharma/dharma.html
  Contact: dharma@magi.com
  
13.Name: Access to Insight (WWW)
  Description: 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 practice groups.
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/index.html
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/patipatti.html
  
14.Name: Buddhists in Austria
  Description: This Web-Site contains adresses and events of Austrian
      Buddhist-Groups. Events are described in German language.
  Location: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/CAE/oebr.htm
  Location: http://www.uuw.co.at/uuw/oebr.htm
  
15.Name: Buddhismus in Deutschland
  Description: This Web-Site contains addresses and events of German
      Buddhist-Groups. Additionally there will be some links to buddhist
      web-sites worldwide. The German events are described in German language.
  Location: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Bernd_Ungerer/
  
16.Name: Buddhismus (Germany)
  Description: Links to Buddhist resources in Germany.
  Location: http://kiel.netsurf.de/homes/Thilo.Pfennig/de_buddhismus.html
  

  Keywords: A.--E-magazine

1.Name: BuddhaNet (Australia)
  Description: Australia's Buddhist Communications Link contains
      directory of Buddhist organisations in Australia and some Buddhist 
      files. Includes BuddhaZine - Online Magazine.
  Location: http://www2.hawkesbury.uws.edu.au/BuddhaNet/
  
2.Name: Bodhi News
  Description: Edited by Buddhism Study Group at Urbana-Champaign.  Send a 
      short message to bodhi@uiuc.edu to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  bodhi@uiuc.edu 
  
3.Name: Buddhist Door (Canada)
  Description: Is a monthly Internet magazine on Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.tunglinkok.ca/buddhistdoor/
  
4.Name: CyberSangha
  Description: The Buddhist Alternative Journal; Full text of past issues
      available online in Microsoft Word and WordPerfect.
  Location: http://www.hooked.net/~csangha/
  
5.Name: Journal of Buddhist Ethics (WWW)
  Location: http://www.cac.psu.edu/jbe/jbe.html
  Location: http://scorpio.gold.ac.uk/jbe/jbe.html
  Location: ftp://ftp.cac.psu.edu/pub/jbe/  (USA)
  
6.Name: Kanzeon Sangha UK newsletter
  Description: A text-only newsletter (~3 times a year) is available upon
      request.  Send a mail to Steve Griffin (kanzeon@polgooth.demon.co.uk)
      for details.
  Location: mailto:  kanzeon@polgooth.demon.co.uk
  
7.Name: Tricycle Hub
  Description: Is the interactive forum of "Tricycle: The Buddhist Review",
      an independent Buddhist quarterly.
  Location: http://www.tricycle.com
  
8.Name: Vipassana Tribune
  Description: Vipassana Tribune is a newsletter published by the Buddhist
      Wisdom Centre.
  Location: http://www.quantrum.com.my/cybi/tribune/
  
9.Name: The Dharma Newsstand
  Location: http://www.dharmanet.org/journals.html
  
10.Name: Winds
  Description: A monthly newsletter of the Shin Buddhist Resource Center. 
      Send the following command:  subscribe to-winds to listserv@netcom.com
      to subscribe.
  Location: mailto: listserv@netcom.com
  
11.Name: CLEAR-MIND - Tibetan Buddhist Newsletter
  Location: ftp://coombs.anu.edu.au/coombspapers/otherarchives/electronic-buddhist-archives/buddhism-tibetan/clear-mind-nwsltr
  
12.Name: The Forest Sangha Newsletter
  Description: Contains articles and news from the Forest Sangha's
      monasteries around the world.
  Location: http://www-ipg.umds.ac.uk:80/~crr/newsletter
  
13.Name: Lalita On Line
  Description: Contains Lalita Newsletter and information about
      Tibetan Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.pas.com.au/lalita/
  Contact: lalita@pas.com.au
  
14.Name: Ligmincha Institute
  Description: Provides information on Bvn and dzogchen, activities
      of the Institute, and a on-line quarterly newsletter
      "The Voice of Clear Light".
  Location: http://www.comet.chv.va.us/ligmincha/
  

  Keywords: A.--Humanitarian

1.Name: Buddhist Peace Fellowship
  Description: Through BPF, Buddhists of many traditions are invited to
      explore personal and group responses to political, social, and 
      ecological suffering in the world. 
  Location: http://www.igc.apc.org/bpf
  
2.Name: Angulimala (U.K.)
  Description: The Buddhist Prison Chaplaincy Organisation
  Location: http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/phrakhem/ang.htm
  
3.Name: Buddhism and Global Nonviolent Problem Solving
  Description: An on-line book edited by Glenn D. Paige and Sarah Gilliatt.
  Location: http://www2.hawaii.edu/mip/mip/buddhism
  Location: ftp://ftp.hawaii.edu/outgoing/mip/buddhism
  
4.Name: Buddhism and Medical Ethics
  Description: Provides a bibliographic introduction to the topic.
  Location: http://www.changesurfer.com/Bud/BudBioEth.html
  
5.Name: Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu-Chi Foundation (Taiwan)
  Description: Is a non-profit organization, headquartered in Taiwan, 
      dedicated to helping the less fortunate people, regardless of their 
      age, sex, race, and religion.
  Location: http://tzuchi.org/tzuchi.html
  Contact: BTCFC@tzuchi.org
  
6.Name: Human Rights ... Buddhist Issues
  Location: http://www.maui.com/~lesslie/
  
7.Name: Buddhism and Human Rights
  Description: Sponsored by the Journal Buddhist Ethics, Oct. 1-14, 1995. 
      Contains Conference papers, discussions, etc.
  Location: http://www.cac.psu.edu/jbe/confer2.html
  
8.Name: Zen Hospice Project (San Francisco, California)
  Description: Runs several programs dedicated to the care of people
      approaching death and increasing our understanding of our own 
      impermanence.
  Location: http://www.zenhospice.org
  Contact: devaraja@well.com
  
9.Name: Nan Hua Zen (Chan) Buddhist Society Home Page
  Description: The Nan Hua Zen Buddhist Society produces spiritual 
      literature, provides private and group instruction in Zen 
      practice and theology, maintains a prison ministry and is active
      with the Suicide Prevention Service and Alcoholics Anonymous.
  Location: http://www.inter-link.com/Dharma/
  

  Keywords: A.--Images

1.Name: Buddhist Studies and the Arts (Washington Univ. in St. Louis)
  Location: http://www.artsci.wustl.edu/~rrscott/
  
2.Name: Buddhism in Toronto
  Description: Lists information about Buddhist temples, centers and
      events in Toronto area. Also a Buddhist Images page.
  Location: http://www.interlog.com/~klima/toronto.html
  
3.Name: NCF Buddhism Home Page
  Description: National Capital Freenet (Ottawa) WWW Buddhism Special
      Interest Group.  Includes Directory of Buddhist groups in Ottawa, 
      Introduction to Buddhism, Meditation Instructions, Photographs of 
      renowned Buddhist teachers, etc
  Location: http://www.ncf.carleton.ca/ip/sigs/religion/buddhism/home.html
  Contact: Andr Vellino andre@freenet.carleton.ca
  
4.Name: Dharma - The Buddhist Web Site
  Description: Includes Buddhist information, global listings of sangha 
      centers; some background on Buddhism, including Zen, meditation 
      techniques, a glossary of terminology, reading list
      (where books can be purchased through the mail), images,
      links to dharma sites; and other useful material.
  Location: http://infoweb.magi.com/~dharma/dharma.html
  Contact: dharma@magi.com
  
5.Name: Exploring the Mandala
  Location: http://www.graphics.cornell.edu/~wbt/mandala/
  
6.Name: Thai Jataka Paintings
  Location: http://www3.asiaonline.net/users/junalday/jataka-x.htm
  
7.Name: A Pictorial Essay on South East Asian Buddha Images
  Location: http://felix.antiquity.arts.su.edu.au/~hudson/buddha.htm
  
8.Name: Art Index: A Guide to Asian Art on the Internet
  Description: A guide to Asian Art on the internet featuring Galleries
      and Dealers, upcoming exhibitions and lectures, and links to Museums,
      Auction Houses and other related sites 
  Location: http://www.ArtIndex.com
  
9.Name: Asian Art
  Description: Has an interesting collection of Buddhism-related graphics
      files.
  Location: http://www.webart.com/asianart/
  
10.Name: Buddha's History in 44 Images
  Description: contains 44 jpeg files (total~2.4 Mb) in Mac .hqx format.
  Location: ftp://ftp.media.mit.edu/pub/Vietnet/Pub/Mac/
  
11.Name: Great Faces of The Buddha
  Description: This page contains all pictures that I found from various 
      resources. 
  Location: http://www.eecs.ukans.edu/~skang/buddha.html
  
12.Name: Japan Buddhist Sculpture
  Location: http://www.t3.rim.or.jp/~ramusa/account.htm
  
13.Name: Little Buddha
  Description: Welcome to the Buddha Images on the Web
  Location: http://www.inet.co.th/cyberclub/kraiboon/
  
14.Name: Lotus Dharma Art
  Location: http://www.lotusstudio.com/dama-art.htm
  
15.Name: Photographs of Buddhist Sites in Japan (U.Idaho,USA)
  Location: http://www.cs.uidaho.edu/~marc9442/buddha.html
  
16.Name: The Tantric Buddhist Mandala: an Introduction
  Location: http://ftoomsh.socs.uts.edu.au/~axolotl/Mandala/mandala.html
  Contact: Iain Sinclair axolotl@progsoc.uts.edu.au
  
17.Name: Tsondru Thangka Conservation
  Description: Features professional thangka conservation services
      and articles about Himalayan thangka paintings.
  Location: http://www.isisnet.com/tsondru/
  
18.Name: Ten Bulls (Zen poem and pictures)
  Location: http://fas.sfu.ca/1/cs/people/ResearchStaff/jamie/personal/10_Bulls/Title_Page.html
  

  Keywords: A.--Listservs

1.Name: V-N Buddhism
  Description: If you share the ideals of VN-Buddhism, and agree to 
      abide by its charterthen I would like you to join the VN-Buddhism
      list. All you have to do is to send your request to 
      majordomo@saigon.com with the following instruction in
      the message body: subscribe vn-buddhism
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@saigon.com 
  Location: http://saomai.org/~binhp/vn-buddhism
  Contact: vn-buddhism-adm@saigon.com
  
2.Name: Buddha-L
  Description: An academic buddhism discussion group. 
      Send the following command:
      SUBscribe BUDDHA-L your_firstname your_lastname
      to listserv@ulkyvm.louisville.edu
  Location: mailto:  listserv@ulkyvm.louisville.edu
  
3.Name: Buddhist
  Description: Forum on Indian and Buddhist Studies. 
      Send the following command:
      SUBscribe BUDDHIST your_firstname your_lastname
      to listserv@vm1.mcgill.ca to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  listserv@vm1.mcgill.ca 
  
4.Name: Dharma-Bhavana Discussion Forum
  Description: A place where practitioners of Buddhism can inquire and
      take on the dharmic principles underlying their practices
      (bhaavana). Its orientation is serious, scholarly yet practical.
      To subscribe, send the instruction SUBSCRIBE 
      next to the HEADER "SUBJECT"
      to <dharma-bhavana-request@andrew.cais.com>
  Location: mailto:  dharma-bhavana-request@andrew.cais.com
  
5.Name: Dharma-talk
  Description: An international forum for discussions, exchanges of
      information regarding Buddhism and for announcements of Buddhist
      related events. 
      Send the following command: subscribe dharma-talk
      to majordomo@saigon.com to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@saigon.com 
  
6.Name: EABUD
  Description: Mailing list for Eastern American/East Asian Buddhism.
      Send the following command: 
      subscribe eabud your_firstname your_lastname
      to listserv@jhunix.hcf.jhu.edu.
  Location: mailto:  listserv@jhunix.hcf.jhu.edu 
  Location: http://www.welch.jhu.edu/~cyjtsai/eabud.html
  
7.Name: Think-net
  Description: Send the following command: 
      sub listname
      to listserv@think.net, where (listname) is one of the following:
      buddhist-philosophy
      chinese-philosophy
      indian-philosophy
      meditation
      taoism
      zen
  Location: mailto:  listserv@think.net 
  Location: http://server.snni.com:80/~palmer/dialognet.html
  Contact: thinknet@netcom.com
  
8.Name: Zsutra
  Description: A non-academic practice-oriented look at the sutras.
      Low volume. Our current discussion text is on the World Wide Web at:
            http://www.win.org/library/staff/webweaver/this.txt
  Location: mailto:  listproc@mail.win.org
  Location: http://www.win.org/library/staff/webweaver/this.txt
  Contact: Debora A. Orf <dorf01@mail.win.org>
  
9.Name: A Shinshu Forum
  Description: Send a message to shinshu@ca.mew.com with the 
      SUBJECT FIELD: subscribe
  Location: mailto:  shinshu@ca.mew.com
  
10.Name: Shin Buddhism
  Description: A new mailing list has been started on Shin Buddhism. 
      To subscribe send mail to majordomo@netsteps.com and in the 
      body type subscribe shin
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@netsteps.com 
  
11.Name: Insight (IMS)
  Description: For supportive discussions on the practical aspects
      of Theravadan buddhist meditation (rather then abstract sutta
      discussions). Please read the rules in the FAQ before posting.
      Send to: majordomo@world.std.com (write "subscribe insight" 
      Yourname <your email address> in the message). 
      Check out http://world.std.com/~metta/index.html
      for more details"
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@world.std.com 
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/index.html
  Contact: Jim jrlw@ids.com or Jinavamsa@aol.com or David Andrews dandrews@dylithium.adga.ca
  
12.Name: Universal Zendo
  Description: A discussion group about Zen Buddhism with an emphasis on
      practice rather than scholarship.
      Send the following command:
      subscribe zendo firstname lastname
      to listproc@mail.win.org
  Location: mailto: listproc@mail.win.org 
  
13.Name: Zenbuddhism
  Description: Send the following command: 
      subscribe ZENBUDDHISM your_e-mail address
      to majordomo@viva.com
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@viva.com
  
14.Name: Znerd
  Description:  A forum for the discussion of science and technology issues
      related to Zen Buddhist practice and philosophy. 
      Send the following command: subscribe znerd
         to majordomo@traveller.com to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@traveller.com
  
15.Name: Zyoga
  Description: 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 listproc@mail.win.org to subscribe.  
      Contact Chris Conn at sascmc@unx.sas.com
  Location: mailto:  listproc@mail.win.org
  Contact: Chris Conn sascmc@unx.sas.com
  Contact: Debora Orf dorf01@mail.win.org
  
16.Name: Zen List in French
  Description: To exchange information on the practice of Zen in French.
      Send the following command: subscribe zen-list your_e-mail_address
         to majordomo@step.polymtl.ca to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@step.polymytl.ca
  

  Keywords: A.--Other

1.Name: The Path of Awakening
  Description: The Unofficial Doug Duncan Dharma Webpage
  Location: http://members.tripod.com/~DDuncan/index.html
  Contact: bergan@tiac.net
  
2.Name: Soc.culture.thai FAQ
  Location: http://www.nectec.or.th/soc.culture.thai/2.html#C.4
  
3.Name: Guide to Meditation
  Location: http://www.nashville.net/~kaldari/meditate.html
  
4.Name: Buddhist Chat
  Location: http://pages.wbs.net/webchat3.so?cmd=cmd_doorway:Buddhist_Chat
  
5.Name: Fowler's Martial Arts
  Description: Although focusing on martial arts, this page provides 
      interesting links to Buddhist literary and eastern philosophy.
  Location: http://www.afternet.com/~lfowler/home2.html
  
6.Name: Mushindokai
  Description: Is an organization for arts and practices of Mushindo Kempo,
      Chinese yoga, Cheirology, and esoteric Buddhist studies.
  Location: http://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/~colin/mushindo/
  
7.Name: Spiritual Consciousness on WWW
  Description: A dedicated spiritual site which comprehends spirituality in 
      a modern context in review of ancient teachings and religious
      belief-systems.
  Location: http://www.linknet.it/Spirit.html
  Location: http://www.au.spiritweb.org
  Location: http://www.spiritweb.org
  Location: http://www.za.spiritweb.org
  
8.Name: The Four Yogas of Enlightenment
  Description: Is an electronic-book for the teachings of masters of 
      awareness through comparative analysis and progressive meditative
      exploration.
  Location: http://home.sprynet.com/sprynet/eplotkin/
  
9.Name: Welcome to Daka's
  Description: Provides information about Buddhist Astrology and 
      Thubten Choling.
  Location: http://www.mala.bc.ca/~shanemanj/wwwhome.htm
  
10.Name: Sasai-G The Home Page
  Description: English or Japanese
  Location: http://sasai-g.cyrus.org/sasai-g/
  Contact: kyohei@sasai-g.cyrus.org
  

  Keywords: A.--Texts

1.Name: Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism
  Description:
      1. 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 Robert Buswell
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/index.html
  Contact: acmuller@gol.com
  
2.Name: Center for Buddhist Studies (National Taiwan Univ.)
  Description: Provides bibliography, scriptures, courses and resources 
      related to Buddhism.
  Location: http://ccbs.ntu.edu.tw/
  
3.Name: International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism (Japan)
  Description: The page is provided by the International Research
      Institute for Zen Buddhism (IRIZ) at Hanazono University, Kyoto,
      Japan.  Zen Buddhist information in English, Chinese and Japanese, 
      as well as some programs, fonts, primary texts,
      dictionaries and utilities for Chinese and Japanese.
  Location: http://www.iijnet.or.jp/iriz/irizhtml/irizhome.htm
  
4.Name: BuddhaNet (Australia)
  Description: Australia's Buddhist Communications Link contains
      directory of Buddhist organisations in Australia and some Buddhist 
      files. Includes BuddhaZine - Online Magazine.
  Location: http://www2.hawkesbury.uws.edu.au/BuddhaNet/
  
5.Name: UK Association for Buddhist Studies (U.K)
  Description: Based at the University of Sunderland. The UK 
      Association for Buddhist Studies aims to act as a focus for Buddhist
      Studies in the UK, and is open to academics, post-graduates, and 
      unaffiliated Buddhist scholars or interested Buddhist practitioners.
      A file, available from the opening menu, which gives details of all Pali
      Text Society publications, arranged for easy  reference (e.g. text
      followed by commentary on it, plus translations of these), with
      additional details on translations by other publishers and digital
      editions of the Canon and commentaries, and an overview of the Pali Canon
      and commentaries. 
      The web-site of the UK Association for Buddhist Studies now contains an
      annotated bibliography on scholarly publications (from the last two or
      three decades) on Buddhism in Europe, compiled by Martin Baumann.
  Location: http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/~os0dwe/bsa.html
  Contact: peter.harvey@sunderland.ac.ukor i.harris@lancaster.ac.uk
  
6.Name: Sri Lanka Tripitaka Project
  Description: In association with the International Buddhist Research
      and Information Center, the Journal of Buddhist Ethics 
      is pleased to act as the primary distributor for the first public
      domain electronic version of the Pali Canon.
  Location: ftp://ftp.cac.psu.edu/pub/jbe/Pali
  
7.Name: Kalavinka Dharma Notes
  Description: 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.
  Location: http://www.teleport.com/~dh-mitra/ 
  
8.Name: Buddhism on Web: Table of Contents
  Description: Contains general information about Buddhism and some
      scriptures, doctrines and articles. Complete version of Dhammapada.
  Location: http://www.inet.co.th/cyberclub/bow/main_contents.html
  
9.Name: Buddhism, an Introduction
  Description: An introductory text on Buddhism by John Powers of Australian 
      National University.
  Location: http://online.anu.edu.au/asianstudies/textnotes/buddhism.html
  
10.Name: Buddhist Gopher
  Description: Contains the following files: ABC's of Buddhism By 
      (The late) Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, Bibliography of Abhidharma Studies
      by Barry Kapke, The Dalai Lama of Tibet, Discernment vs. 
      Self-Deception by Upasika Kee Nanayon, Introduction to Buddhadharma,
      Journal of Buddhist Ethics, Ten Vows of a Bodhisattva, The Tibetan 
      Book of the Dead
  Location: gopher://gopher.teleport.com/11/users/davidc/traditions/Buddhist 
  
11.Name: Buddhist Scripture Information Retrieval (Thailand)
  Description: A complete digital edition of The Buddhist Scripture
      includes information about the BUDSIR project and digital
      editions of some Buddhist scripture at Mahidol University,
      Thailand.
  Location: http://www.mahidol.ac.th/budsir/budsir-main.html
  Location: gopher://gopher.mahidol.ac.th/
  
12.Name: Buddhist Studies (SUNY Albany)
  Description: Contains the following files:
      Cabezon, Jose Ignacio / Buddihism and Language
      Griffiths, Paul J./ On Being Buddha
      Guenther, Herbert V./ Wholeness Lost & Wholeness Regained
      Keenan, John P./ How Master Mou Removes Our Doubts
      Klein, Anne Carolyn / Path To The Middle
      Laycock, Steven W./ Mind As Mirror & The Mirroring of Mind
      Rowe, Stephen C./ Rediscovering The West
  Location: gopher://uacsc2.albany.edu/11/sunyp/sunypcat/spcbud 
  
13.Name: International Dunhuang Project
  Description: Is to promote the study and preservation of manuscripts and 
      printed documents from Dunhuang and other Central Asian sites through
      international co-operation.
  Location: http://portico.bl.uk/oioc/dunhuang.html
  
14.Name: Time in Madhyamika Buddhism and Modern Physics
  Description: Time in Madhyamika Buddhism and Modern Physics
      To be published in The Pacific World Journal of the Institute of
      Buddhist Studies, 1996 by Victor Mansfield, Department of Physics and
      Astronomy, Colgate University.
  Location: http://www.lightlink.com/vic/time.html
  
15.Name: What do you think, my friend? (Singapore)
  Description: Contains a selection of writings on Buddhism, including
      the Dhammapada.
  Location: http://www.serve.com/cmtan/buddhism/
  
16.Name: The Diamond Sutra: The World's Earliest Dated Printed Book
  Description: Short article and image on the Diamond Sutra.
  Location: http://portico.bl.uk/access/treasures/diamond-sutra.html
  
17.Name: Dragon Flower Ch'an Temple
  Description: Provides English translations of Buddhist texts from Chinese,
      Sanskrit or Pali sources.
  Location: http://primo.bfm.org/zen/
  
18.Name: Chinese Buddhist Resources (Taiwan)
  Description: Contains hundreds of Chinese (BIG-5 Code) buddhist sutras, 
      abidamas, several Chinese books, and a few terlonis .wav files.
  Location: ftp://nctuccca.edu.tw/Chinese/buddhism/
  Location: ftp://iiiafs.iii.org.tw/Chinese/buddhism/
  Location: ftp://serv.hinet.net/Chinese/buddhism/
  
19.Name: Diamond Sutra - English and Korean text
  Location: http://sol.nuri.net/~hederein/stura/diamond/index.htm
  
20.Name: Electronic Buddhist Text Initiative
  Location: http://zorba.uafadm.alaska.edu/philo/ebti/EBTI-home.html
  Contact: John A. Lehman ffjal@aurora.alaska.edu
  
21.Name: Berekley Buddhist Research Center (U. of California)
  Location: http://garnet.berkeley.edu/~yaoming/
  
22.Name: White Path Temple (Tokyo, Japan)
  Description: A virtual Shin Buddhist Temple with some sutra in
      Japanese.
  Location: http://www.mew.com/shin/
  
23.Name: Access to Insight (WWW)
  Description: 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 practice groups.
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/index.html
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/patipatti.html
  
24.Name: Yeshe De Project
  Description: The Yeshe De Project has continued the work of
      text preservation, simultaneously supporting the translation of 
      Dharma texts, scholarly research in Buddhist studies, and other 
      projects that lay the groundwork for Dharma transmission in the West.
  Location: http://www.nyingma.org/yd/yd.html
  
25.Name: Asian Classics Input Project (Princeton Univ.)
  Description: Digital transcription of the Kangyur, Tengyur and Sungbum
      collections, etc.  
  Location: http://acip.princeton.edu
  
26.Name: Tibetan Hypertext Translation Projects
  Description: Tibetan Hypertext Translation Projects
      The ASBD (Asynchronus School of Buddhist Dialectics) is mainly about 
      presenting translations of Tibetan Buddhist literature in HTML for
      the pleasure and benefit of the WWW community. Here are
      four hypertext (HTML) implementations of translation projects we
      are working on. Each is a seperate presentation made up of multiple
      linked HTML documents. Have a look. Includes translation of 
      Dzong-ka-ba's Three Principal Aspects of the Path, etc.
  Location: http://faraday.clas.virginia.edu/~wam7c/index.html
  
27.Name: Zen@SunSite
  Description: Features The Gateless Gate (a famous collection of koans).  
      It also provides FAQ for alt.zen
  Location: http://sunsite.unc.edu/zen/
  Location: http://sunsite.unc.edu/zen/faq.html
  
28.Name: Zen Buddhist Texts (U. Texas Houston, Texas)
  Description: 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.
  Contact: Steven E. Newton snewton@oac.hsc.uth.tmc.edu
  Location: http://oac.hsc.uth.tmc.edu/~snewton/zen/index.map
  
29.Name: Chinese Buddhist Resource List
  Description: Provides a 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.
  Location: http://www.ee.ntu.edu.tw/~b83050/eastbook.html
  
30.Name: Chinese Culture:  Texts
  Description: This page contains a summary of all the text files 
      available on this BrooklynCollege Core 9 Chinese Culture Web site.
  Location: http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/%7Ephalsall/texts.html
  
31.Name: Electronic Buddhadharma Society (EBS)
  Description: The main purpose of EBS is to computerize Chinese Buddhism
      Sutras. It developes several guidelines for its members to follow and 
      has released its multimedia CD-ROM with tools (search and dictionary)
      based on Diamond Sutra already.
  Location: http://www.baus.org/ebshome.html
  
32.Name: Buddhist Association of the United States (BAUS)
  Description: A national Buddhist association headquarters at 
      Chuang Yen Monastery, New York. It organizes EBS activities.
      English and Chinese, Big-5
  Location: http://www.baus.org
  
33.Name: Christian Wittern's Web Space
  Description: Includes: The WWW Database of Chinese Buddhist texts:  
      a comprehensive list of Chinese Buddhist texts. It currently contains 
      4375 texts by 1349 authors and Kanjibase, a database of Chinese 
      characters.
  Location: http://www.gwdg.de/~cwitter/
  

  Keywords: A.--University

1.Name: Center for Buddhist Studies (National Taiwan Univ.)
  Description: Provides bibliography, scriptures, courses and resources 
      related to Buddhism.
  Location: http://ccbs.ntu.edu.tw/
  
2.Name: UK Association for Buddhist Studies (U.K)
  Description: Based at the University of Sunderland. The UK 
      Association for Buddhist Studies aims to act as a focus for Buddhist
      Studies in the UK, and is open to academics, post-graduates, and 
      unaffiliated Buddhist scholars or interested Buddhist practitioners.
      A file, available from the opening menu, which gives details of all Pali
      Text Society publications, arranged for easy  reference (e.g. text
      followed by commentary on it, plus translations of these), with
      additional details on translations by other publishers and digital
      editions of the Canon and commentaries, and an overview of the Pali Canon
      and commentaries. 
      The web-site of the UK Association for Buddhist Studies now contains an
      annotated bibliography on scholarly publications (from the last two or
      three decades) on Buddhism in Europe, compiled by Martin Baumann.
  Location: http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/~os0dwe/bsa.html
  Contact: peter.harvey@sunderland.ac.ukor i.harris@lancaster.ac.uk
  
3.Name: Centre for Buddhist Studies (University of Bristol)
  Description: The primary purpose of these pages is for the information
      of those who may be interested in studying Buddhism here in Bristol,
      or those who are already with us. However we hope very much that it
      will also be of interest to others who would like to know who we are 
      and what we are up to.
  Location: http://www.bris.ac.uk/Depts/THRS
  
4.Name: UCB Buddhism Program (UC Berkeley)
  Description: Introduces the Buddhism courses and faculty at UC Berkeley.
  Location: http://central.itp.berkeley.edu/~eal/eal4.html
  
5.Name: American Academy of Religion
  Location: http://scholar.cc.emory.edu:80/scripts/AAR/AAR-MENU.html
  
6.Name: International Association of Buddhist Studies
  Description: The International Association of Buddhist Studies is
      a professional organization devoted to the academic study of 
      Buddhism in all its manifestations and from any disciplinary 
      perspective.
  Location: http://www2.uncwil.edu/iabs/
  
7.Name: Ron Epstein
  Location: http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~rone/
  Contact: epstein@athena.sfsu.edu
  
8.Name: Graduate Programs in Asian Philosophy and Religion
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/GradStudies.htm
  Contact: Dr. Charles Muller acmuller@gol.com
  
9.Name: Buddhism (U. of Oregon)
  Location: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~felsing/cstuff/bud.html
  Contact: felsing@oregon.uoregon.edu
  
10.Name: Electronic Buddhist Text Initiative
  Location: http://zorba.uafadm.alaska.edu/philo/ebti/EBTI-home.html
  Contact: John A. Lehman ffjal@aurora.alaska.edu
  
11.Name: Berekley Buddhist Research Center (U. of California)
  Location: http://garnet.berkeley.edu/~yaoming/
  
12.Name: Huafan College of Humanities and Technology (Taiwan)
  Description: Is a college founded by Ven. Hiu Wan to promote 
      "enlightened education".
  Location: http://www.hcht.edu.tw/
  
13.Name: Asian Classics Input Project (Princeton Univ.)
  Description: Digital transcription of the Kangyur, Tengyur and Sungbum
      collections, etc.  
  Location: http://acip.princeton.edu
  
14.Name: Tibetan Hypertext Translation Projects
  Description: Tibetan Hypertext Translation Projects
      The ASBD (Asynchronus School of Buddhist Dialectics) is mainly about 
      presenting translations of Tibetan Buddhist literature in HTML for
      the pleasure and benefit of the WWW community. Here are
      four hypertext (HTML) implementations of translation projects we
      are working on. Each is a seperate presentation made up of multiple
      linked HTML documents. Have a look. Includes translation of 
      Dzong-ka-ba's Three Principal Aspects of the Path, etc.
  Location: http://faraday.clas.virginia.edu/~wam7c/index.html
  
15.Name: Joe Wilson
  Description: This page contains links to information on Yogacara 
      Buddhism and other types of Buddhist philosophy, links to 
      information on Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism, Asian Studies, and 
      Philosophy and Religion, and links to web pages dealing
      with computer aided teaching and multimedia classroom presentation.
  Location: http://www.uncwil.edu/people/wilsonj/
  

  Keywords: A.--Usenet-Groups

1.Name: Usenet Newsgroups
  Description:
   1. alt.meditation
   2. alt.meditation.transcendental
   3. alt.philosophy.taoism
   4. alt.philosophy.zen
   5. alt.religion.buddhism.nichiren
   6. alt.religion.buddhism.nichiren.shoshu.news
   7. alt.religion.buddhism.tibetan
   8. alt.zen
   9. soc.religion.eastern
   10. talk.religion.buddhism
   11. tnn.religion.buddhism.shinshu
   12. uk.religion.buddhist 
   13. alt.religion.buddhism.theravada
  Location: telnet://freenet-in-a.cwru.edu 
  Location: telnet://freenet-in-b.cwru.edu 
  Location: telnet://freenet-in-c.cwru.edu 
  

  Keywords: A.--Women

1.Name: Women Active in Buddhism
  Description: A comprehensive collection of links and
      resources on contemporary Buddhist women ... Dharma teachers,
      scholars, yoginis (practitioners), and activists may be 
      found below, as well as projects, organisations, bibliographic
      and contact information.
  Location: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/staff/miltonj/women.htm
  
2.Name: KPC Tibetan Buddhism and Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo Home Page
  Description: 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. 
  Location: http://www.tara.org
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Ch'an

1.Name: Dragon Flower Ch'an Temple
  Description: Provides English translations of Buddhist texts from Chinese,
      Sanskrit or Pali sources.
  Location: http://primo.bfm.org/zen/
  
2.Name: Ch'an Meditation Center (Elmhurst, NY)
  Description: Is also the web site for Institute of Chung-Hwa Buddhist 
      Culture.
  Location: http://www.cooper.edu/organizations/clubs/meditation/chancenter.html
  Location: http://www.chan1.org
  Contact: DDMBAny@AOL.com
  Address: 90-56 Corona Avenue, Elmhurst, New York 11373
  Telephone:  718-592-6593
  Fax: 718-592-0717
  
3.Name: Western Ch'an Fellowship
  Description: The www site includes, as well as the usual lineage details,
      contacts, links, booklists, the New Ch'an Forum, forthcoming retreat 
      schedule, etc.
  Location: http://www.child.demon.co.uk/wcf/index.html
  Contact: Simon Child wcf@child.demon.co.uk
  
4.Name: Nan Hua Zen (Chan) Buddhist Society Home Page
  Description: The Nan Hua Zen Buddhist Society produces spiritual 
      literature, provides private and group instruction in Zen 
      practice and theology, maintains a prison ministry and is active
      with the Suicide Prevention Service and Alcoholics Anonymous.
  Location: http://www.inter-link.com/Dharma/
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-FWBO

1.Name: Friends of the Western Buddhist Order (FWBO)
  Description: Central headquarters for the organization.
  Location: http://www.fwbo.org
  
2.Name: Friends of the Western Buddhist Order (Cambridge, MA)
  Location: http://web.mit.edu/benbr/www/FWBOHOME.HTM
  
3.Name: San Francisco Buddhist Center
  Location: http://www.bluelotus.com/sfbc/sfbc.htm
  Address: 37 Bartlett Street, San Francisco, CA  94110
  Telephone: (415) 282-2018
  
4.Name: About Buddhism and FWBO
  Description: Includes some sutras in Finnish.
  Location: http://balrog.joensuu.fi/~jlavi/buddhism/buddhism.html
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-New Kadampa

1.Name: Amitayus Buddhist Centre (U.K.)
  Description: Introduces activities in the New Kadampa Tradition.
  Location: http://www.netcentral.co.uk/~amitayus/
  Address: 173 Ruskin Road, Crewe, Cheshire, UK
  Telephone: (01270) 664050
  Fax: (01270) 650209
  Contact: amitayus@netcentral.co.uk 
  
2.Name: Kadampa Buddhism in the Northwest (Seattle, WA)
  Description: Welcome to the homepage of Vajralama Buddhist Center, Seattle.
      We are a member of the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT), a Mahayana Buddhist
      organization founded by [[Geshe Kelsang Gyatso,]] a Tibetan Buddhist
      Master resident in the West since 1977.
  Location: http://www.cnw.com/~vajlama/
  
3.Name: Kadampa Center (Raleigh, NC)
  Description: For the practive of Tibetan Buddhism in the Gelugpa Tradition.
  Location: http://www.vnet.net/users/goodag/kadampa/homepage.html
  
4.Name: Madhyamaka Centre (U.K.)
  Description: Madhyamaka Centre is one of the biggest Mahayana Buddhist 
      colleges in Europe, and host to thousands of visitors each year. 
      Established in 1979 by world renowned Buddhist Teacher, Geshe Kelsang
      Gyatso, it is an international teacher training centre with a
      community of 50 lay and ordained residents. It is a member of the New 
      Kadampa Tradition of Mahayana Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.rmplc.co.uk/eduweb/sites/madhyama/index.html
  
5.Name: New Kadampa Tradition
  Description: The New Kadampa Tradition (NKT) is a Mahayana Buddhist 
      organization founded by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, a Tibetan Buddhist
      Master resident in the West since 1977.
  Location: http://www.webcom.com/~nkt/welcome.html
  
6.Name: Saraha Buddhist Center (San Francisco, CA)
  Description: Is a Kadampa Buddhist center that provides regular study and
      meditation classes in the San Francisco Bay area.
  Location: http://www.webcom.com/sbc/
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Nichiren

1.Name: Nichiren Buddhists
  Location: http://www.concentric.net/~fujufuse/hokkekai.htm
  Contact: fujufuse@cris.com
  
2.Name: Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism
  Location: http://www.primenet.com/~martman/ns.html
  
3.Name: The Eight-Fold Teachings
  Description: Introduced the teachings of T'ien T'ai of China (538-597).
  Location: http://vanbc.wimsey.com/~glenz/8fold.html
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Non-denominational

1.Name: University of Texas Buddhist Society
  Description: Buddhist Association at the University of Texas at Austin
      (UTBA) was founded in 1987 to provide opportunities for people 
      interested in learning about Buddhism. The UTBA is unaffiliated with
      any single group, and is supported by the donation of individuals.
  Location: http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~buddhist
  Contact: ecang@utxsvs.cc.utexas.edu
  Address: Texas Union Box 7338,  TU Box 317,  Austin TX 78713
  
2.Name: Barre Center for Buddhist Studies
  Description: The Barre Center for Buddhist Studies is dedicated to
      bringing together teachers, students, scholars and practitioners 
      who are committed to exploring Buddhist thought and practice as a
      living tradition, faithful to its origins and lineage, yet 
      adaptable and alive in each new time and place.
  Location: http://www.dharma.org/bcbs.htm
  
3.Name: Buddhist Library (Singapore)
  Description: The Buddhist Library is a centre of Buddhist learning,
      serving the needs of the Buddhist community in Singapore and 
      overseas. It aims to foster goodwill and understanding amongst
      all schools of Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.singnet.com.sg/~buddhlib
  
4.Name: Buddhist Association of Lehigh Valley (BALV) (Pennsylvania)
  Description: A local Buddhist association at Allentown, PA. It is at this
      point the only source on the internet for Dynamic Meditation 
      documantation from the Luangpor Teean Foundation of America
      and Thailand.
  Location: http://www.baus.org/balv/balvhome.html
  
5.Name: Hawaii Association of International Buddhists
  Description: An Ecumenical Buddhist Association, promoting understanding
      and mutual respect among all Buddhist Denominations and other
      religions in Hawai'i, U.S.A and through the world.
  Location: http://www.aloha.net/~albloom/haib/
  
6.Name: Manjushri Center
  Description: Manjushri Center, a center for the study and practice of
      Buddhist Philosophy of many traditions, opened in the fall of 1993
      and formed a community board of trustees in the spring of 1994.
  Location: http://www.the-spa.com/ed.stutsman/manj.htm
  Contact: ed.stutsman@the-spa.com
  
7.Name: Philadelphia Buddhist Association (Haverford, PA)
  Description: The Philadelphia Buddhist Association was founded in 
      1986 as a place where the teachings of Buddhism can be offered 
      by teachers from all traditions and where students of Buddhism
      at all levels can meet in an atmosphere of openness and commitment 
      to practice. Includes their newsletter.
  Location: http://www.libertynet.org/~buddhist/
  Telephone: (610) 660-9269
  Contact: buddhist@libertynet.org
  
8.Name: Description of Buddhism (Ontario Centre for Religious Tolerance) 
  Location: http://www.kosone.com/people/ocrt/buddhism.htm
  
9.Name: Cyber-Buddhist Initiative
  Description: Cyber-Buddhist Initiative is a community project for bringing
      useful Buddhist information to the citizens of the Internet. It is
      also meant to arouse the creative use of the Internet as a tool to 
      spread the Dhamma and to helping each other.
  Location: http://www.quantrum.com.my/cybi/
  
10.Name: Friends of Buddhism
  Location: http://isis.infinet.com/rinpoche
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Order-of-Buddhist-Contemplatives

1.Name: Order of Buddhist Contemplatives
  Description:  For more information on Shasta Abbey and the Order of
      Buddhist Contemplatives, please call, fax, or write for our guest
      information: Shasta Abbey, Attn: Hospitaller, Dept. W, P.O. Box 199, 
      Mt. Shasta, CA 96067-0199 USA
  Address: Shasta Abbey, Attn: Hospitaller, Dept. W, P.O. Box 199, 
      Mt. Shasta, CA 96067-0199 USA
  Telephone: (916) 926-4208
  Fax: (916) 926-0428
  Location: http://www.OBCon.com/
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Pure-Land

1.Name: International Buddhist Progress Society (Austin, TX)
  Location: http://www.comland.com/~ibps
  Contact: ibps@comland.com
  Address: 8557 Research Blvd, Suite 118, Austin, TX 78758
  Telephone: 512-836-7459
  Fax: 512-836-5216
  
2.Name: Shaksway's Home Page
  Description: The Basic Teachings of Western Pure Land Buddhism by Jim Davis
  Location: http://members.aol.com/Shaksway/index.html
  Contact: shaksway@aol.com
  
3.Name: Hsi-Lai Temple (Hacienda Heights, CA)
  Description: 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).
  Location: http://www.ibps.org
  Telephone: (818) 961-9697 
  Fax: (818)369-1944
  Address: 3456 S. Glenmark Drive, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
  
4.Name: Kim Son Monastery
  Description: Description: Kim Son Monastery is a Buddhist monastery in the Zen 
      Meditation and Pure Land Schools of Buddhism. Founded in 1983 by 
      Rev. Thich Tinh Tu, the Kim Son has a medium monastic community of
      both male and female members of the Buddhist Sangha. The monastery
      is located in the mountains of northern California on 30 acres of 
      redwood forested land. English and Vietnamese
  Location: http://saigonline.com/kimson/
  Address: 574 Summit Road, Watsonville, CA 95076
  Telephone: 408-848-1541
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Shin

1.Name: Ducor Home Page
  Description: Links to European Buddhist sites and museums. Also Shinshu pages.
  Location: http://www.ville-ge.ch/musinfo/ethg/ducor/index.htm
  
2.Name: Winds
  Description: A monthly newsletter of the Shin Buddhist Resource Center. 
      Send the following command:  subscribe to-winds to listserv@netcom.com
      to subscribe.
  Location: mailto: listserv@netcom.com
  
3.Name: A Shinshu Forum
  Description: Send a message to shinshu@ca.mew.com with the 
      SUBJECT FIELD: subscribe
  Location: mailto:  shinshu@ca.mew.com
  
4.Name: Shin Buddhism
  Description: A new mailing list has been started on Shin Buddhism. 
      To subscribe send mail to majordomo@netsteps.com and in the 
      body type subscribe shin
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@netsteps.com 
  
5.Name: Shin Buddhist Resource Center
  Location: http://www.fogbank.com/sbrc/
  
6.Name: Shin Dharma Net
  Description: The purpose and mission of this publication is to share 
      information concerning Shin Buddhist Tradition and Pure Land Buddhism
      as it is presently practiced and interpreted by Shin communities in
      the West and Japan. Research materials will be made available and
      questions from respondents will be entertained.
  Location: http://www.aloha.net/~albloom/sdn
  
7.Name: Buddhist Study Center (Hawaii)
  Location: http://www.aloha.net/~albloom/bsc/
  
8.Name: Shin Buddhism Network (Honolulu, Hawaii)
  Description: Provides articles (English and Japanese) and glossary for
      Shin Buddhist tradition and Pure Land Buddhism. 
  Location: http://www.aloha.net/~rtbloom/shinran/
  
9.Name: Cleveland Buddhist Temple (Euclid, Ohio)
  Description: This page contains, or will eventually contain, information
      and announcements about The Cleveland Buddhist Temple and its 
      activities and its affiliated organizations.
  Location: http://samsara.law.cwru.edu/~cbt
  Address: 1573 East 214th St. Euclid, Ohio 44117
  Telephone: (216) 692-1509
  Fax: (216) 692-2012
  
10.Name: White Path Temple (Tokyo, Japan)
  Description: A virtual Shin Buddhist Temple with some sutra in
      Japanese.
  Location: http://www.mew.com/shin/
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Soka-Gakkai

1.Name: Soka Gakkai International 
  Location: http://www.sgi-usa.org/  (USA)
  Location: http://www.halcyon.com/Ichinet/menu.html  (Unofficial site)
  Location: http://www.slip.net/~kortj/  (San Jose, California)
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Tendai

1.Name: Buddha Dendo Tendai Buddhist Open Teachings
  Location: http://quietmountain.com/dharmacenters/buddhadendo/TENDAI.HTM
  Contact: vkleary@aol.com
  Address:  167 Vernon Street, San Francisco, CA, USA, 94132
  Telephone: (415) 452-3013
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Theravada

1.Name: Insight (IMS)
  Description: For supportive discussions on the practical aspects
      of Theravadan buddhist meditation (rather then abstract sutta
      discussions). Please read the rules in the FAQ before posting.
      Send to: majordomo@world.std.com (write "subscribe insight" 
      Yourname <your email address> in the message). 
      Check out http://world.std.com/~metta/index.html
      for more details"
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@world.std.com 
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/index.html
  Contact: Jim jrlw@ids.com or Jinavamsa@aol.com or David Andrews dandrews@dylithium.adga.ca
  
2.Name: Nanavira Thera Dhamma Page
  Description: Information on Ven. Nanavira Thera, born Harold Edward Musson.
  Location: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/9366/
  Contact: Jakub Bartovsk bartovsk@praha1.ff.cuni.cz
  
3.Name: Skillful Means
  Description: Here you will find articles written by Southern 
      California Vipassana teachers and other meditators which we believe
      will help you look into your meditation experiences to cultivate 
      clarity, wisdom, and the skillful means needed to pursue your own path
  Location: http://users.deltanet.com/~skill/
  Contact: skill@deltanet.com
  Address: P.O. Box 42035, Los Angeles, CA 90042
  Telephone: 213-223-2470 or 909-659-2649
  
4.Name: The True Freedom Cyber-Temple
  Description: The Cyber-Temple is written and maintained by the 
      resident teacher the monk Suwattano. There are no other staff here, 
      so I rely heavily upon visitor comments and suggestions.
      The web-page is maintained at the Thai temple "Wat Buddhawararam in
      Denver Colorado, where the monk Suwattano is a guest.
  Location: http://www.diac.com/~suwatt/
  Contact: suwatt@diac.com
  
5.Name: The Buddha in the Fourth Dimension
  Description: This site has been constructed to explain some of the 
      concepts of Buddhism (Theravada Buddhism in paticular) by using 
      theories pertaining to the existance of the fourth dimension.
  Location: http://eden-backend.rutgers.edu/~hagus/bud/bud.html
  
6.Name: Samatha Trust
  Description: The Samatha Trust was founded in 1973. Its principal aim
      is to keep alive the Buddha's teaching through providing 
      opportunities for people to learn and practise Samatha, a 
      traditional form of Buddhist meditation based on mindfulness of 
      breathing.
  Location: http://www.samatha.demon.co.uk/
  Contact: assoc@samatha.demon.co.uk
  
7.Name: Insight Meditation Society
  Description: Insight Meditation (vipassana) is a simple and direct
      practice-the moment-to-moment observation of the mind/body process 
      through calm and focused awareness.
  Location: http://www.dharma.org/ims.htm
  Address: 1230 Pleasant Street Barre, MA 01005
  Telephone: 508-355-4378
  Fax: 355-4952
  
8.Name: Main Page for IMS & BCBS
  Location: http://www.dharma.org/index.html
  
9.Name: Buddhist Wisdom Centre (Malaysia)
  Location: http://www.quantrum.com.my/bwc/
  
10.Name: International Meditation Centres (in tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin)
  Description: These Centres were founded to provide facilities for the 
      instruction and practice of Theravada Buddhist Meditation.
      Information on the Centres and the courses, a quarterly updated
      newsletter, course schedules, on line application form and various
      publications are offered.
  Location: http://www.webcom.com/~imcuk/welcome.html
  
11.Name: Mahindarama Sunday Pali School
  Location: http://www.focus-asia.com/home/mits/
  
12.Name: Mid America Dharma Group (Kansas City, MO)
  Description: Dedicated to making the practice of Insight Meditation
      available to people in the central U.S.
  Location: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/3712/index.html
  
13.Name: Vipassana Meditation
  Description: This is the home page of the organizations which offer
      courses in Vipassana Meditation in the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin
      as taught by S.N. Goenka and his assistant teachers.
  Location: http://rampages.onramp.net/~vip/
  
14.Name: Vipassana Research Publications of America (Seattle, WA)
  Description: Is the North American branch of the Vipassana Research
      Institute (VRI) of Igatpuri, Maharashtra, India.
  Location: http://www.vrpa.com/
  
15.Name: Wat Dhammabucha (Texas)
  Description: A Theravadan Buddhist community serving central and south
      Texas
  Location: http://connecti.com/~bucha/
  Contact: David Savage wdsavage@cris.com
  
16.Name: Forest Hermitage (England)
  Description: Wat Pah Santidhamma or The Forest Hermitage
      is a small, peaceful Buddhist monastery after the style of the forest
      monasteries of N.E. Thailand but set in the Heart of England.
  Location: http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/phrakhem/
  Contact: phra.khem@zetnet.co.uk
  
17.Name: Vajira's Home Page
  Description: I am a Malaysian who stay in Muar, Johor. I have created a
      home page to help promoting the Theravada Buddha's teaching.
  Location: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/2992/
  
18.Name: Welcome to Suan Mokkh
  Description: Suan Mokkh is a forest monastery along the coast of 
      Southern Thailand, 600 km from Bangkok. It was founded in 1932 by 
      Buddhadasa Bhikkhu (see below) and grew to become the most innovative
      and progressive Buddhist teaching center in Siam.
      Includes:  Moving Dhamma Cartoons for children
  Location: http://ksc.goldsite.com/Suanmokkh/
  Contact: Santikaro Bhikkhu phrasomp@ksc11.th.com
  
19.Name: Access to Insight (WWW)
  Description: 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 practice groups.
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/index.html
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/patipatti.html
  
20.Name: The Forest Sangha Newsletter
  Description: Contains articles and news from the Forest Sangha's
      monasteries around the world.
  Location: http://www-ipg.umds.ac.uk:80/~crr/newsletter
  
21.Name: Anapanasati Meditation Training
  Description: The whole seres is half Thai half English. Ajarn 
      Buddhasada's teachings is translated into English every so often 
      by an Australian monk named "Santikkaro Phikkhu"?. The Series were
      parts of Anapanasati Meditation trainings at Suan Moke, 
      Surath-Tha-nee, Thailand. Tape12 is the summary, mostly in English.
      Needs Real Audio software to hear the tapes.
  Location: http://thaigate.rd.nacsis.ac.jp/helpful/suanmoke/
  Contact: kritchai@hotmail.com
  
22.Name: Pariyatti Book Service
  Description: Pariyatti Book Service, a mail-order company specializing in
      books on Vipassana meditation and the teachings of the Buddha.
  Address: P.O. Box 15926 Seattle WA 98115
  Telephone: 1-800-829-2748
  Location: http://www.vrpa.com/bookstore/
  
23.Name: Dhamma Books
  Address: 12 Rosslyn Rd Invermay 7248 Tasmaina, Australia
  elephone: (03) 6326 5549
  Contact: bms@postoffice.newnham.utas.edu.au
  Location: http://www.vrpa.com/bookstore/db-australia.htm
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Tibetan

1.Name: CLEAR-MIND - Tibetan Buddhist Newsletter
  Location: ftp://coombs.anu.edu.au/coombspapers/otherarchives/electronic-buddhist-archives/buddhism-tibetan/clear-mind-nwsltr
  
2.Name: The Tantric Buddhist Mandala: an Introduction
  Location: http://ftoomsh.socs.uts.edu.au/~axolotl/Mandala/mandala.html
  Contact: Iain Sinclair axolotl@progsoc.uts.edu.au
  
3.Name: Diamond Way Buddhist Center (San Francisco)
  Description: Kamtsang Ch闤ing USA is a nonprofit organization 
      and part of a worldwide network of Buddhist centers in the Karma 
      Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism (KKBN).
  Location: http://www.diamondway.org
  
4.Name: The Stupa Project at Rocky Mountain Shambhala Center
  Location: http://www.fortnet.org/~joseph/stupa/
  
5.Name: Sang-ngak-cho-dzong
  Description: A Tibetan Buddhist group in the White Lineage of
      the Nyingma School. Organizes retreats, an annual journal
      and a quarterly magazine.
  Address: PO Box 2318, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 5YP
  Address: PO Box 247, Chelsea Station York, NY 10113-0247
  Location: e-mail: not@pobox.com 
  
6.Name: Chagdud Gonpa Online
  Description: Lists centers of the Nyingma Buddhist organization,
      events, sangha activities, teachings, FAQs about Tibetan language,
      and catalog of dharma books and supplies.
  Location: http://www.snowcrest.net/chagdud/
  
7.Name: Dhargyey Buddhist Centre (New Zealand)
  Description: Dhargyey Buddhist Centre is a charitable trust founded
      in 1984 for the study and practise of Buddhism under the guidance of
      the senior Tibetan Lama, Gen Rinpoche, The Venerable Geshe Ngawang
      Dhargyey. To our immeasurable loss he passed away in August 1995. 
      Since March 1996 the Venerable Jampa Thupten Tulku has taken over 
      the role of spiritual guide. Contains The Prayer Flag, D.B.C. online
      newsletter.
  Location: http://www.earthlight.co.nz/users/sonamt/dbcindex.html
  
8.Name: Drepung Loseling Monastery
  Location: http://www.drepung.org
  
9.Name: Dzogchen Foundation 
  Description: 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.
  Location: http://www.dzogchen.org/
  
10.Name: FPMT Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition
  Location: http://www.ism.net/~osel/fpmt.html
  
11.Name: Gaden Choling Mahayana Buddhist Meditation Centre (Canada)
  Description: Is a Tibetan Buddhist centre for practice and study and
      offers resources and teachings of the Gelugpa tradition of 
      Tibetan Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.interlog.com/~awrotek/gaden.html
  
12.Name: Gyuto Tantric Choir
  Description: Mutiphonic chanting by Tibetan buddhist monks.
  Location: http://www.well.com/user/gyuto/
  
13.Name: Jewel Heart Home Page
  Description: Jewel Heart is dedicated to the preservation of Tibetan 
      Buddhism and the practice of this rich tradition within the context
      of contemporary life.
  Location: http://jewelheart.org
  Contact: office@jewelheart.org
  
14.Name: Karma Kagyu Buddhist Network
  Description:  Provides information about the Karma Kagyu tradition
      of Tibet Buddhism, supports communication among interested parties
      and introduces a world-wide online Sangha dedicated to the Karma
      Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
  Location: http://pobox.com/~kkbn
  
15.Name: Karma Kagyu Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism
  Location: http://thenewage.com/ktd/KTD_Root.html
  
16.Name: Khandakapala Buddhist Center (Santa Monica, CA)
  Description: KBC provides a full program of meditation courses and study 
      classes in the Los Angeles area. The resident teacher at Khandakapala 
      Buddhist Center (KBC) is Gen Thubten Gyatso.
  Location: http://www.primenet.com/~kbc/kbc/kbchome.html
  
17.Name: Kurukulla Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies (Boston)
  Description: Contains information about activities and Lotus Arrow
      Newsletter.
  Location: http://www.the-spa.com/ed.stutsman/kurukull.htm
  
18.Name: Lama Surya Das
  Location: http://www.dzogchen.org/surya/
  
19.Name: Master Yi Yungao
  Location: http://cad.ucla.edu/~jjlee/buddhism.html
  Contact: jjlee@cad.ucla.edu
  
20.Name: Namgyal Monastery Online
  Description:  Contains introduction to the Monastery (founded by the
      Second Dalai Lama) and its courses and activities.
  Location: http://www.namgyal.org/
  
21.Name: Nyingma Centers 
  Description: Provides information about the institutions founded by Head
      Lama Tarthang Tulku.
  Location: http://www.nyingma.org/index.html
  
22.Name: Padmasambhava Buddhist Center Homepage
  Description: It is devoted to the study and teaching of Tibetan
      Buddhism, and the preservation of the Tibetan culture. 
      The Center is named after Padmasambhava , the
      enlightened teacher who brought Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century.
  Location: http://www.padmasambhava.org/index2.html
  
23.Name: Quiet Mountain Tibetan Buddhist Sites and Resources
  Description: Provides links to many sites to all the four major 
      schools of Tibetan Buddhism.
  Location: http://quietmountain.com/links/BUDDHISM.HTM
  
24.Name: Sakya Losal Choe Dzong (Australia)
  Location: http://www.ozemail.com.au/~ratsapho/Sakya/index.html
  
25.Name: Shambhala Center
  Description: Offers traditional meditation instruction in the Kagyu
      and Nyingma traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as Shambhala
      Training.
  Location: http://www.shambhala.org
  
26.Name: The Center For Dzogchen Studies (New Haven, CT)
  Description: The Center for Dzogchen Studies in New Haven, Connecticut and 
      Sante Fe, New Mexico is home to the intuitive teachings and practices of 
      the Dzogchen Heart Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.sover.net/~dogstar/dzogchnx.html
  
27.Name: The Magic Life of Milarepa, Tibet's Great Yogi
  Description: Portrays the legendary exploits of one of Tibetan 
      Buddhism's most renowned saint.
  Location: http://c-level.com/milarepa/
  
28.Name: The Secret Doctrine
  Description: The primary source for this document is The Secret Oral
      Teachings in Tibetan Buddhist Sects by Alexandra David-Neel & 
      Lama Yongden.
  Location: http://marlowe.wimsey.com/rshand/reflections/buddha.html
  
29.Name: The Wheel of Life
  Description: A Study of Karma, Reincarnation, the Causes of Suffering,
      End of Suffering ...
  Location: http://www.infinite.org/karma
  
30.Name: Tibetan Buddhism (Australia)
  Description: A concise explanation of the spiritual aspects of Tibetan
      Buddhism including Tantra and Dzogchen.  Also a consideration of its
      relation with other branches of Buddhism such as Zen and Vipassana. 
      Links available to a synthesis of the world's spiritual traditions in 
      light of modern psychology and science.
  Location: http://www.zip.com.au/~cee_gee/tibet.html
  
31.Name: Tibetan Home Page
  Description: Provides many links to sites related to Tibetan Buddhism
  Location: http://www.manymedia.com/tibet/Buddhism.html
  
32.Name: Tibetan Buddhist Enlightenment
  Description: Provides many links to information about art, Dharma centers,
      images, sounds, vidio clips, utilities, etc.
  Location: http://www.voicenet.com/voicenet/homepages/kunga/index.html
  
33.Name: Tibetan Voices
  Description: Is a photographic book and calendar fund raising campaign
      in aid of Tibetan refugees and Seva Service Society.
  Location: http://www.direct.ca/excel/tibet.shtml
  
34.Name: Time, Space and Knowledge
  Description: Provides lessons based on Lama Tarthang Tulku's book series.
  Location: http://www.webcom.com/~tsk
  
35.Name: Tsurphu Foundation
  Description: To raise awareness and funds for the monasteries and
      activities of the Gyalwa Karmapa.
  Location: http://www.travelon.com/adv/126hol04.htm
  
36.Name: Vajrayana Foundation
  Location: http://www.scruznet.com/~yeshenyi/
  
37.Name: The Mind-Only Cafe (U. of North Carolina at Wilmington)
  Description: This site contains information on and links to material
      on Asian Studies (particularly the study of Tibet, the Himalayas,
      and India), Tibetan Buddhist Studies, and the philosophy of Indian
      Yogacara Buddhism as seen in Tibet.
  Location: http://www.uncwil.edu/people/wilsonj/mind-only-cafe.html
  
38.Name: The Dechen Community
  Description: The Dechen Community is an organisation comprising the 
      network of Buddhist Centres and practice groups founded throughout
      the United Kingdom by Karma Thinley Rinpoche, an incarnate lama 
      recognised within both the Kagyu and Sakya traditions of Tibetan 
      Buddhism, and his English Regent Ngakpa Jampa Thaye
  Location: http://www.eclipse.co.uk/dechen/
  Contact: Martyn Samuel, Sakya Thinley Namgyal Ling rs1042@mail.eclipse.co.uk
  
39.Name: Lalita On Line
  Description: Contains Lalita Newsletter and information about
      Tibetan Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.pas.com.au/lalita/
  Contact: lalita@pas.com.au
  
40.Name: Ligmincha Institute
  Description: Provides information on Bvn and dzogchen, activities
      of the Institute, and a on-line quarterly newsletter
      "The Voice of Clear Light".
  Location: http://www.comet.chv.va.us/ligmincha/
  
41.Name: Tsondru Thangka Conservation
  Description: Features professional thangka conservation services
      and articles about Himalayan thangka paintings.
  Location: http://www.isisnet.com/tsondru/
  
42.Name: Yeshe De Project
  Description: The Yeshe De Project has continued the work of
      text preservation, simultaneously supporting the translation of 
      Dharma texts, scholarly research in Buddhist studies, and other 
      projects that lay the groundwork for Dharma transmission in the West.
  Location: http://www.nyingma.org/yd/yd.html
  
43.Name: Asian Classics Input Project (Princeton Univ.)
  Description: Digital transcription of the Kangyur, Tengyur and Sungbum
      collections, etc.  
  Location: http://acip.princeton.edu
  
44.Name: Tibetan Hypertext Translation Projects
  Description: Tibetan Hypertext Translation Projects
      The ASBD (Asynchronus School of Buddhist Dialectics) is mainly about 
      presenting translations of Tibetan Buddhist literature in HTML for
      the pleasure and benefit of the WWW community. Here are
      four hypertext (HTML) implementations of translation projects we
      are working on. Each is a seperate presentation made up of multiple
      linked HTML documents. Have a look. Includes translation of 
      Dzong-ka-ba's Three Principal Aspects of the Path, etc.
  Location: http://faraday.clas.virginia.edu/~wam7c/index.html
  
45.Name: Joe Wilson
  Description: This page contains links to information on Yogacara 
      Buddhism and other types of Buddhist philosophy, links to 
      information on Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism, Asian Studies, and 
      Philosophy and Religion, and links to web pages dealing
      with computer aided teaching and multimedia classroom presentation.
  Location: http://www.uncwil.edu/people/wilsonj/
  
46.Name: KPC Tibetan Buddhism and Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo Home Page
  Description: 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. 
  Location: http://www.tara.org
  
47.Name: Snow Lion Publications
  Description: Offers news about Tibet and Tibet-related events,
      as well as a production schedule for Snow Lion books, and
      in-depth reviews of new books.
  Contact: e-mail 75061.1026@compuserv.com
  Address: P.O. Box 6483 Ithaca, NY 14851-6483
  Telephone: 607-273-8519
  Fax: 607-273-8508
  Location: http://www.well.com/user/snowlion/
  
48.Name: Tibetischer
  Location: http://WWW.INFRa.DE/eureka/buf/tibet_foerderkreis.html
  
49.Name: Karma Tashi Ling buddhistsenter (Norway)
  Location: http://www.uio.no/~kea/bf/ktl/ktl-hom2.htm
  

  Keywords: B.--Traditions-Zen

1.Name: International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism (Japan)
  Description: The page is provided by the International Research
      Institute for Zen Buddhism (IRIZ) at Hanazono University, Kyoto,
      Japan.  Zen Buddhist information in English, Chinese and Japanese, 
      as well as some programs, fonts, primary texts,
      dictionaries and utilities for Chinese and Japanese.
  Location: http://www.iijnet.or.jp/iriz/irizhtml/irizhome.htm
  
2.Name: Zen Hospice Project (San Francisco, California)
  Description: Runs several programs dedicated to the care of people
      approaching death and increasing our understanding of our own 
      impermanence.
  Location: http://www.zenhospice.org
  Contact: devaraja@well.com
  
3.Name: Universal Zendo
  Description: A discussion group about Zen Buddhism with an emphasis on
      practice rather than scholarship.
      Send the following command:
      subscribe zendo firstname lastname
      to listproc@mail.win.org
  Location: mailto: listproc@mail.win.org 
  
4.Name: Zenbuddhism
  Description: Send the following command: 
      subscribe ZENBUDDHISM your_e-mail address
      to majordomo@viva.com
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@viva.com
  
5.Name: Znerd
  Description:  A forum for the discussion of science and technology issues
      related to Zen Buddhist practice and philosophy. 
      Send the following command: subscribe znerd
         to majordomo@traveller.com to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@traveller.com
  
6.Name: Zyoga
  Description: 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 listproc@mail.win.org to subscribe.  
      Contact Chris Conn at sascmc@unx.sas.com
  Location: mailto:  listproc@mail.win.org
  Contact: Chris Conn sascmc@unx.sas.com
  Contact: Debora Orf dorf01@mail.win.org
  
7.Name: Zen List in French
  Description: To exchange information on the practice of Zen in French.
      Send the following command: subscribe zen-list your_e-mail_address
         to majordomo@step.polymtl.ca to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@step.polymytl.ca
  
8.Name: Cleveland Buddhist Temple (Euclid, Ohio)
  Description: This page contains, or will eventually contain, information
      and announcements about The Cleveland Buddhist Temple and its 
      activities and its affiliated organizations.
  Location: http://samsara.law.cwru.edu/~cbt
  Address: 1573 East 214th St. Euclid, Ohio 44117
  Telephone: (216) 692-1509
  Fax: (216) 692-2012
  
9.Name: California Diamond Sangha
  Description: The California Diamond Sangha is one of
      several affiliated groups led by Dharma heirs of Robert Aitken Roshi.
  Location: http://www.dnai.com/~kudzu/cds/index.html
  Contact: kudzu@dnai.com
  
10.Name: Prairie Zen Center (Illinois)
  Description: The Prairie Zen Center is a group of individuals studying 
      Zen in the lineage established by Charlotte Joko Beck of the Zen 
      Center of San Diego. We offer weekly sittings, monthly intensives, 
      and, three times per year, sesshin led by Joko's first dharma 
      successor, Elihu Genmyo Smith.
  Contact: Jon Davis jondavis@uiuc.edu
  Address: P.O. Box 1702, Champaign, Il 61824
  Telephone: 217-384-8817
  
11.Name: Teishoin Temple (Japan)
  Location: http://www.win.or.jp/~kameno/
  
12.Name: Belgian Zen Association
  Location: http://www.geocities.com/~azb/
  Contact: konrad.maquestieau@glo.be
  
13.Name: Zen Mountain Center
  Description: A Soto Zen practice community founded by Roshi Taizan Maezumi,
        Zen Mountain Center offers teaching and practice of Zen Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.primenet.com/~zmc/
  
14.Name: Zen Center of Hawaii
  Location: http://planet-hawaii.com/zen
  Contact: zch@aloha.net
  Address: Zen Center of Hawaii, P.O. Box 2066, Kamuela, HI 96743
  Telephone: (808)885-6109
  
15.Name: Maria Kannon Zen Center (Dallas, Texas)
  Location: http://www.flash.net/~daverush/index.html
  
16.Name: Albuquerque Zen Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
  Description: Is part of Rinzai-ji, founded by Joshu Sasaki Roshi.
  Location: http://www.viva.com/azc/
  
17.Name: Alt.zen FAQ
  Location: http://sunsite.unc.edu/zen/faq.html
  
18.Name: Zen Meditation Society (Baltimore, MD)
  Description: The Baltimore Zen Meditation Society is a daughter sangha 
      of the Dai Bosatsu Zendo of the Catskill mountains. 
  Location: http://pobox.com/~jeff.covey/zendo/index.htm
  
19.Name: Buddha Yana Order Mahayana Zengong
  Description: Mahayana Zengong is a Buddhists school transmitted by 
      Master Miao-Kung. It is systematic and progressing teaching aiming
      at enlightenment in this lifetime. It comprises traditional Buddhist
      Zen and Chi-Kung practices resulting in a complete Buddhist teaching
      of mind-body unification.
  Location: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~chechen
  Contact: chechen@scf.usc.edu
  
20.Name: BWorld's Zen Space
  Location: http://www.well.com/user/btanaka/dw.html
  Contact: btanaka@well.com
  
21.Name: CloudWater Zendo (Cleveland, OH)
  Description:  CloudWater Zendo is operated by the Zen Society of
      Cleveland. Its purpose is to provide the opportunity for Pure 
      Land Zen and Buddhist practice and to promote meditative arts.
  Location: http://www.bfm.org/clevezen
  
22.Name: Dharma Rain Zen Center (Portland, OR)
  Description:  Dharma Rain Zen Center is a Soto Zen Temple for 
      lay practice under the direction of Kyogen and Gyokuko Carlson,
      who are zen priests and a married couple. 
      Contains Still Point - a newsletter.
  Location: http://www.teleport.com/~ryanjb/STILLPOINT/SP.shtml
  
23.Name: Dharma Sound Zen Center (Seattle, WA)
  Description: A member of the Kwan Um School of Zen
  Location: http://www.oz.net/~tharris/dszc.html
  
24.Name: Dharman Craig's Pretty Good Zenfo Page
  Location: http://www.bhm.tis.net/~fcp/zen.html
  
25.Name: International Buddhist Meditation Center (Los Angeles, CA)
  Description: IBMC was one of four original Zen centers founded in 
      the United States to cater specifically to the needs of 
      Western-born Americans. Over ten other temples have sprung from 
      IBMC, with monks training at the Center until they
      became qualified to establish their own sites.
  Location: http://www.cpsc.suu.edu/users/henderso/
  
26.Name: International Zen Association United Kingdom
  Description: This Web site has information about the International Zen 
      Association United Kingdom and its associated Dojos around the United 
      Kingdom.
  Location: http://www.netlink.co.uk/users/w4/zen/
  Contact: will.roscoe@dial.pipex.com
  
27.Name: Kanzeon Zen Sangha (Utah)
  Location: http://www.neis.net/kanzeon
  Contact: Kanzeon@aol.com
  
28.Name: Kwan Um Zen Community of Chicago
  Description: Lists addresses and events in Chicago area and the groups
      newsletter.
  Location: http://www.ECNet.Net/users/uaadams/bultasa.html
  
29.Name: Linkoping University FTP archive (Sweden)
  Location: ftp://ftp.lysator.liu.se/pub/religion/zen/
  
30.Name: Mountain Moon Sangha
  Description: Is a group of Zen practitioners in the Sanbo Kyodan lineage.
  Location: http://student.uq.edu.au/~s311107/mms/
  
31.Name: San Francisco Zen Center
  Description: Zen Center started in 1959 when several people outside
      the San Francisco Japanese community asked Shunryu Suzuki-roshi
      if they could join him in meditation. The Soto Zen style of practice
      he taught flows from the insight that all beings are Buddha, 
      that the practice of sitting in meditation is itself the realization
      of Buddha nature or enlightenment.
  Location: http://bodhi.zendo.com/~sfzc
  
32.Name: The Columbia Zen Center (Columbia, MO)
  Location: http://coins0.coin.missouri.edu/community/spirit/zen/
  
33.Name: The Kwan Um School of Zen (Cumberland, RI)
  Description: The Kwan Um School of Zen is the international organization 
      of Zen centers and groups founded under the direction of Zen Master
      Seung Sahn, the first Korean Zen Master to live and teach in the West.
  Location: http://www.kwanumzen.com/
  
34.Name: The Mountains and Rivers Order
  Description: Is an organization of associated Zen Buddhist temples,
      practice centers and sitting groups in the U.S. and abroad.
      Includes their journal Mountain Record Electronic Journal.
  Location: http://csbh.mhv.net/~dharmacom/1htmlmro.htm
  
35.Name: The Zen Web of Original Mind
  Location: http://www.ewl.uky.edu/~chylin/Zen.html
  
36.Name: The Zennist
  Location: http://www.teleport.com/~zennist/zennist.html
  
37.Name: Zen Ancestors Home Page
  Description: Provides some texts on Zen-related lectures and some
      materials about the history of zen.
  Location: http://www.wco.com/~fergy/zenan4.html
  
38.Name: Zen Buddhist Video
  Description: Provides information on videos pertaining to Zen Buddhism 
      and Buddhism in general.
  Location: http://www.tstimpreso.com/ram/zenvid/
  
39.Name: Zen Center of Los Angeles
  Location: http://www.zencenter.com/
  
40.Name: Zen Center of New York City
  Description: 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.
  Location: http://www1.mhv.net/~dharmacom/nyc_fire.htm
  
41.Name: Zen Centre of Vancouver
  Description: Vancouver is one of the approximately twenty zen 
      centres in North America and Europe associated with Joshu Sasaki 
      Roshi's teachings. 
  Location: http://freenet.vancouver.bc.ca/zen/
  
42.Name: Zen Garden
  Description: Contains Zen stories and Koans.
  Location: http://www.nomius.com/~zenyard/zenyard.htm 
  
43.Name: Zen Place in Santa Barbara
  Location: http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~raimisl/zen.html
  
44.Name: Zen Stories to Tell Your Neighbors
  Location: http://www1.rider.edu/~suler/zenstory/zenstory.html
  
45.Name: ZenMOO
  Description: A virtual meditation facility.    
  Location: http://www.zennet.com/pub/moo/zenmoo/html/index.html
  
46.Name: Ama Samy Roshi
  Description: A page with information on  Amy Samy Roshi 
      [aka Arul Maria Arokiasamy] S.J., (a dharma heir of Koun YAMADA Roshi)
      and his activities.
  Location: http://www.webwerkstatt.de/amasamy.htm
  
47.Name: Ten Bulls (Zen poem and pictures)
  Location: http://fas.sfu.ca/1/cs/people/ResearchStaff/jamie/personal/10_Bulls/Title_Page.html
  
48.Name: Zen@SunSite
  Description: Features The Gateless Gate (a famous collection of koans).  
      It also provides FAQ for alt.zen
  Location: http://sunsite.unc.edu/zen/
  Location: http://sunsite.unc.edu/zen/faq.html
  
49.Name: Zen Buddhist Texts (U. Texas Houston, Texas)
  Description: 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.
  Contact: Steven E. Newton snewton@oac.hsc.uth.tmc.edu
  Location: http://oac.hsc.uth.tmc.edu/~snewton/zen/index.map
  
50.Name: Nan Hua Zen (Chan) Buddhist Society Home Page
  Description: The Nan Hua Zen Buddhist Society produces spiritual 
      literature, provides private and group instruction in Zen 
      practice and theology, maintains a prison ministry and is active
      with the Suicide Prevention Service and Alcoholics Anonymous.
  Location: http://www.inter-link.com/Dharma/
  
51.Name: Kim Son Monastery
  Description: Description: Kim Son Monastery is a Buddhist monastery in the Zen 
      Meditation and Pure Land Schools of Buddhism. Founded in 1983 by 
      Rev. Thich Tinh Tu, the Kim Son has a medium monastic community of
      both male and female members of the Buddhist Sangha. The monastery
      is located in the mountains of northern California on 30 acres of 
      redwood forested land. English and Vietnamese
  Location: http://saigonline.com/kimson/
  Address: 574 Summit Road, Watsonville, CA 95076
  Telephone: 408-848-1541
  
52.Name: Association of the True Zen of Master Deshimaru
  Description: Also in French
  Location: http://www.cwi.nl/~gruau/
  Location: http://www.cwi.nl/~gruau/indexfr.html
  
53.Name: Ume Zendo (Sweden)
  Location: http://www.umu.se/envhist/zen
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-Chinese

1.Name: Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism
  Description:
      1. 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 Robert Buswell
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/index.html
  Contact: acmuller@gol.com
  
2.Name: Center for Buddhist Studies (National Taiwan Univ.)
  Description: Provides bibliography, scriptures, courses and resources 
      related to Buddhism.
  Location: http://ccbs.ntu.edu.tw/
  
3.Name: International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism (Japan)
  Description: The page is provided by the International Research
      Institute for Zen Buddhism (IRIZ) at Hanazono University, Kyoto,
      Japan.  Zen Buddhist information in English, Chinese and Japanese, 
      as well as some programs, fonts, primary texts,
      dictionaries and utilities for Chinese and Japanese.
  Location: http://www.iijnet.or.jp/iriz/irizhtml/irizhome.htm
  
4.Name: The Web Dictionary of East Asian Buddhist CJK Terms
  Description: The dictionary on this Web site is an ongoing, open project,
      continually being updated and broadened by scholars of East Asian 
      Buddhism from around the world. CJK browser capabilities needed. 
      Includes downloadable HTML and SGML files in ZIP format.
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/bdict/bdict.htm 
  
5.Name: Chinese Buddhist Resources (Taiwan)
  Description: Contains hundreds of Chinese (BIG-5 Code) buddhist sutras, 
      abidamas, several Chinese books, and a few terlonis .wav files.
  Location: ftp://nctuccca.edu.tw/Chinese/buddhism/
  Location: ftp://iiiafs.iii.org.tw/Chinese/buddhism/
  Location: ftp://serv.hinet.net/Chinese/buddhism/
  
6.Name: Huafan College of Humanities and Technology (Taiwan)
  Description: Is a college founded by Ven. Hiu Wan to promote 
      "enlightened education".
  Location: http://www.hcht.edu.tw/
  
7.Name: Hsi-Lai Temple (Hacienda Heights, CA)
  Description: 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).
  Location: http://www.ibps.org
  Telephone: (818) 961-9697 
  Fax: (818)369-1944
  Address: 3456 S. Glenmark Drive, Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
  
8.Name: White Path Temple (Tokyo, Japan)
  Description: A virtual Shin Buddhist Temple with some sutra in
      Japanese.
  Location: http://www.mew.com/shin/
  
9.Name: Buddhist Yogi C. M. Chen Homepage
  Description: Lists publications of Yogi Chen, Chinese and English
  Location: http://www.netcom.ca/~sslam/
  Contact: Stanley Lam sslan@netcom.ca
  
10.Name: Chung-Cheng University Buddhism Gopher site (Taiwan)
  Description: Requires Chinese system for display.
  Location: gopher://gopher.ccu.edu.tw/11/life/art/buddhism
  
11.Name: Collected Talks of Teacher Chin Kung (Taiwan)
  Description: Offers both Chinese and English versions of Master 
      Chin Kung's publications.
  Location: http://www.amtb.org.tw/
  
12.Name: Taipei Young Buddhist Association (Taiwan)
  Description: Lists Chinese Buddhist resources and sutras.
      (requires Chinese Big5 for display)
  Location: http://www.tyba.org.tw/budsrc.htm
  
13.Name: The Voice of Dharma (China)
  Description: Provides lots of information about Buddhist in China,
      including journal, scriptures, arts and other resources.  
      (requires Chinese environment for display)
  Location: http://power.beijing.cn.net/bikeserver/dharma/index.htm
  
14.Name: Vulture Peak Station
  Description: Contains buddhist news, activity, service.....based 
      in Malaysia. Requires Chinese big 5 system for display.
  Location: http://www.clearlight.com/~kian/buddhist/index.htm
  
15.Name: Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia (Malaysia)
  Description:  Provides information (in both English and Chinese Big5)
      about their organization and Buddhist activities in Malaysia.
  Location: http://www.founder.net.my/~ybam/
  
16.Name: Christian & Buddhist WWW Resources
  Location: http://www.tccm.edu.tw/~pcchang/sub04.htm
  
17.Name: Chinese Buddhist Resource List
  Description: Provides a 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.
  Location: http://www.ee.ntu.edu.tw/~b83050/eastbook.html
  
18.Name: Chinese Culture:  Texts
  Description: This page contains a summary of all the text files 
      available on this BrooklynCollege Core 9 Chinese Culture Web site.
  Location: http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/%7Ephalsall/texts.html
  
19.Name: Electronic Buddhadharma Society (EBS)
  Description: The main purpose of EBS is to computerize Chinese Buddhism
      Sutras. It developes several guidelines for its members to follow and 
      has released its multimedia CD-ROM with tools (search and dictionary)
      based on Diamond Sutra already.
  Location: http://www.baus.org/ebshome.html
  
20.Name: Buddhist Association of the United States (BAUS)
  Description: A national Buddhist association headquarters at 
      Chuang Yen Monastery, New York. It organizes EBS activities.
      English and Chinese, Big-5
  Location: http://www.baus.org
  
21.Name: Christian Wittern's Web Space
  Description: Includes: The WWW Database of Chinese Buddhist texts:  
      a comprehensive list of Chinese Buddhist texts. It currently contains 
      4375 texts by 1349 authors and Kanjibase, a database of Chinese 
      characters.
  Location: http://www.gwdg.de/~cwitter/
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-Finnish

1.Name: About Buddhism and FWBO
  Description: Includes some sutras in Finnish.
  Location: http://balrog.joensuu.fi/~jlavi/buddhism/buddhism.html
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-French

1.Name: Ducor Home Page
  Description: Links to European Buddhist sites and museums. Also Shinshu pages.
  Location: http://www.ville-ge.ch/musinfo/ethg/ducor/index.htm
  
2.Name: Zen List in French
  Description: To exchange information on the practice of Zen in French.
      Send the following command: subscribe zen-list your_e-mail_address
         to majordomo@step.polymtl.ca to subscribe.
  Location: mailto:  majordomo@step.polymytl.ca
  
3.Name: Association of the True Zen of Master Deshimaru
  Description: Also in French
  Location: http://www.cwi.nl/~gruau/
  Location: http://www.cwi.nl/~gruau/indexfr.html
  
4.Name: Le site du bouddhisme francophone
  Location: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/8063/
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-German

1.Name: Buddhistische Union Freiburg
  Location: http://WWW.INFRa.DE/eureka/buf/index.html
  
2.Name: Tuepflis Global Village Library: Buddhism Links
  Description: An extensive collection of material on Buddhism.
  Location: http://www.well.com/user/payer/budlink.html
  
3.Name: Buddhistische Studien - Buddhist Studies
  Location: http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/indologie/buddha.htm
  Contact: Johannes B. Tuemmers jb.tuemmers@uni-koeln.de
  
4.Name: Buddhists in Austria
  Description: This Web-Site contains adresses and events of Austrian
      Buddhist-Groups. Events are described in German language.
  Location: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/CAE/oebr.htm
  Location: http://www.uuw.co.at/uuw/oebr.htm
  
5.Name: Buddhismus in Deutschland
  Description: This Web-Site contains addresses and events of German
      Buddhist-Groups. Additionally there will be some links to buddhist
      web-sites worldwide. The German events are described in German language.
  Location: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Bernd_Ungerer/
  
6.Name: Buddhismus (Germany)
  Description: Links to Buddhist resources in Germany.
  Location: http://kiel.netsurf.de/homes/Thilo.Pfennig/de_buddhismus.html
  
7.Name: Tibetischer
  Location: http://WWW.INFRa.DE/eureka/buf/tibet_foerderkreis.html
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-Japanese

1.Name: Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism
  Description:
      1. 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 Robert Buswell
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/index.html
  Contact: acmuller@gol.com
  
2.Name: International Research Institute for Zen Buddhism (Japan)
  Description: The page is provided by the International Research
      Institute for Zen Buddhism (IRIZ) at Hanazono University, Kyoto,
      Japan.  Zen Buddhist information in English, Chinese and Japanese, 
      as well as some programs, fonts, primary texts,
      dictionaries and utilities for Chinese and Japanese.
  Location: http://www.iijnet.or.jp/iriz/irizhtml/irizhome.htm
  
3.Name: The Web Dictionary of East Asian Buddhist CJK Terms
  Description: The dictionary on this Web site is an ongoing, open project,
      continually being updated and broadened by scholars of East Asian 
      Buddhism from around the world. CJK browser capabilities needed. 
      Includes downloadable HTML and SGML files in ZIP format.
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/bdict/bdict.htm 
  
4.Name: Sasai-G The Home Page
  Description: English or Japanese
  Location: http://sasai-g.cyrus.org/sasai-g/
  Contact: kyohei@sasai-g.cyrus.org
  
5.Name: White Path Temple (Tokyo, Japan)
  Description: A virtual Shin Buddhist Temple with some sutra in
      Japanese.
  Location: http://www.mew.com/shin/
  
6.Name: Personal Computer and Asian Humanity Studies
  Description: "Paso-kon Toohoo-kenkyuu" in Japanese.
      This discussion group through the Japanese commercial 
      BBS NiftyServe [GO command: FJAMEA MES 11] includes 
      specialists in many aspects of Asian Studies, e-texts, 
      computer programs, and a large database.  The moderator, 
      Nobumi Iyanaga (n-iyanag@ppp.bekkoame.or.jp), has graciously
      offered to refer questions to the group and return the replies. 
  Contact: mail to: Nobumi Iyanaga <n-iyanag@ppp.bekkoame.or.jp>
  
7.Name: INBUDS Searcher (in Japanese)
  Description: "Online database of Japanese studies in the field of Buddhist and
      Indological studies. This is a huge database of some 4 MB of data of
      studies published in Japanese scholary journals of many kind, often
      difficult to find. This database has been prepared for more than 10
      years (?); and the project continues with a better rhythm now. This 
      home page allows you to search in this database -- it has a very 
      good search engine. The raw database is also available (not in this
      home page, in the commercial BBS named NiftyServe)."
  	Nobumi Iyanaga <n-iyanag@ppp.bekkoame.or.jp>
  Location: http://www.vacia.is.tohoku.ac.jp/cgi-bin/aiba?exec+ibsis
  Contact: mail to: aiba@vacia.is.tohoku.ac.jp
  
8.Name: Welcome to The Toyo Bunko Home Page
  Description: Primarily in Japanese, but there is also a description
      of the facility, history, etc. in English. 
      "There are especially very good data and utilities (for Macintosh) for
      the Tibetan studies." Nobumi Iyanaga <n-iyanag@ppp.bekkoame.or.jp>
  Location: http://www.toyo-bunko.or.jp/index.html
  Contact: mail to:  WebMaster@toyo-bunko.or.jp or Librarian@toyo-bunko.or.jp
  Address: 2-28-21 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113
  Telephone: 03-3942-0121
  Fax: 03-3942-0258
  
9.Name: DOKISHA (Daoqishe) Home Page
  Description: "An extraordinary home page for Daoist studies. 
      Many Daoist e-text on-line, downloadable, and very good search 
      system in some of the major Daoist original texts. Also very good
      catalogs of the main Daoist and Buddhist collections (canons, etc.).
      Other Chinese classics also; and good links. Comparable to the IRIZ
      home page for the Zen studies, but accomplished by a single researcher...!"
  	Nobumi Iyanaga <n-iyanag@ppp.bekkoame.or.jp>
  Location: http://xuanmiao.zinbun.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~mugi/
  Contact: mail to: mugi@zinbun.kyoto-u.ac.jp
  
10.Name: OKAJIMA_Akihiro
  Description: "A very good home page for the Japanese studies, 
      especially for the classics, and linguistics."
  	Nobumi Iyanaga <n-iyanag@ppp.bekkoame.or.jp>
  Location: http://kuzan.f-edu.fukui-u.ac.jp/index.html
  Contact: okajima@edu00.f-edu.fukui-u.ac.jp
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-Korean

1.Name: Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism
  Description:
      1. 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 Robert Buswell
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/index.html
  Contact: acmuller@gol.com
  
2.Name: The Web Dictionary of East Asian Buddhist CJK Terms
  Description: The dictionary on this Web site is an ongoing, open project,
      continually being updated and broadened by scholars of East Asian 
      Buddhism from around the world. CJK browser capabilities needed. 
      Includes downloadable HTML and SGML files in ZIP format.
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/bdict/bdict.htm 
  
3.Name: Diamond Sutra - English and Korean text
  Location: http://sol.nuri.net/~hederein/stura/diamond/index.htm
  
4.Name: Buddhist Web Home (Korea)
  Location: http://www.dongguk.ac.kr/DGU/Budweb/
  
5.Name: Hyundai Bulgyo Buddhist Newspaper Company (Korea)
  Description: Requires Korean environment for display.  Information
      on Buddhist temples in Korea
  Location: http://www.buddhapia.co.kr/
  
6.Name: Korean Buddhism: World Wide Web Virtual Library
  Description:  This document keeps track of leading information 
      facilities in the field of Korean Buddhism. It is
      a part of the Buddhist Studies Virtual Library
      and is closely linked with the Virtual Library's Zen Buddhism
      pages.
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/Buddhism-Korean.html
  
7.Name: Web Journal of Korean Buddhist Studies
  Location: http://www2.gol.com/users/acmuller/korbud.htm
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-Norwegian

1.Name: Karma Tashi Ling buddhistsenter (Norway)
  Location: http://www.uio.no/~kea/bf/ktl/ktl-hom2.htm
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-Swedish

1.Name: Ume Zendo (Sweden)
  Location: http://www.umu.se/envhist/zen
  

  Keywords: C.--Languages-Vietnamese

1.Name: Buddhasasana by Binh Anson
  Description: These are resources and documents about the Buddha's 
      Teaching, some are in English and some are in Vietnamese.
  Location: http://www.saigon.com/religion/buddhism/
  
2.Name: Buddhism in Vietnam
  Description: This Home page is an attempt to synthesize some of the 
      varied and fascinating history of Buddhist religion in Vietnam.
  Location: http://www.pacificu.edu/up/as/vb/
  

  Keywords: D.--Books-and-Supplies

1.Name: Dharma - The Buddhist Web Site
  Description: Includes Buddhist information, global listings of sangha 
      centers; some background on Buddhism, including Zen, meditation 
      techniques, a glossary of terminology, reading list
      (where books can be purchased through the mail), images,
      links to dharma sites; and other useful material.
  Location: http://infoweb.magi.com/~dharma/dharma.html
  Contact: dharma@magi.com
  
2.Name: Anapanasati Meditation Training
  Description: The whole seres is half Thai half English. Ajarn 
      Buddhasada's teachings is translated into English every so often 
      by an Australian monk named "Santikkaro Phikkhu"?. The Series were
      parts of Anapanasati Meditation trainings at Suan Moke, 
      Surath-Tha-nee, Thailand. Tape12 is the summary, mostly in English.
      Needs Real Audio software to hear the tapes.
  Location: http://thaigate.rd.nacsis.ac.jp/helpful/suanmoke/
  Contact: kritchai@hotmail.com
  
3.Name: Snow Lion Publications
  Description: Offers news about Tibet and Tibet-related events,
      as well as a production schedule for Snow Lion books, and
      in-depth reviews of new books.
  Contact: e-mail 75061.1026@compuserv.com
  Address: P.O. Box 6483 Ithaca, NY 14851-6483
  Telephone: 607-273-8519
  Fax: 607-273-8508
  Location: http://www.well.com/user/snowlion/
  
4.Name: Khazana Art Online
  Description: Khazana is a retail store offering collectables from 
      India and Nepal. Our goal is to provide our customers with 
      quality works of art, both folk and fine, at affordable prices.
      We do this by purchasing these goods directly from artisans
      and craftsmen, compensating them fairly and adequately for their work.
  Location: http://khazana.com/
  
5.Name: Klang & Stille
  Description: Welcome to klang&stille, Europe's largest mail-order
      business for meditation supplies and Buddhist articles! We ship not
      only throughout Europe, but world-wide! See our catalog in English!
  Contact: gassho@klang-stille.com
  Telephone: +49 (0)7134-23448
  Fax: +49 (0)7134-23461
  Location: http://klang-stille.com/
  
6.Name: Tara & Company
  Description: Statues, Rupas and Tangkas
  Location: http://www.taraco.com/
  Contact: webmaster@taraco.com
  Address:  P.O. Box 20915, Boulder, CO 80308-3915
  Telephone: 303-442-8482
  Fax: 303-786-8906
  
7.Name: Curzon Press
  Description: Curzon Press is Britain's leading scholarly publisher
      in Asian Studies. Our aim is to be the non-American world's 
      largest Asian Studies publisher by the end of this decade.
      Most of the books we publish are released under the Curzon Press
      imprint but a significant number also appears under the
      Japan Library and China Library imprints.
  Location: mailto:  100067.214@compuserve.com
  Address:  St. Johns Studios, Church Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 2QA, England
  Telephone: 0181 948 5322/6
  Fax:  0181 332 6735
  
8.Name: Institute of Zen Studies
  Description: Calligraphy by Hosokawa Dogen roshi, Abbot of Daihonzan 
      Dhozen-ji, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  Address: c/o Chozen-ji Betsuin/International Zen Dojo of Wisconsin
      301 S. Bedford St., suite #219 Madison, WI 53703
  Fax: 608-833-8599
  Location: mailto:  wibetsuin@aol.com
  
9.Name: Samadhi Cushions
  Description: Cushions and related items
  Address: Dept. TRI RR 1 Box 3 Barnet, VT 05821
  Telephone: 800-331-7751
  
10.Name: Kanzeon Jade Thread  
  Description: Kanzeon Jade Thread is a stitchery and supplier of 
      Dharma Wear for Zen practioners, monks and/or laypeople.
      Will soon be listed at http://www.neis.net/kanzeon
  Address: 1274 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
  Telephone: 801-533-8365 (ask for Alexa) or through Kanzeon Zen Center
      801-328-8414
  Contact: Kanzeon@aol.com
  Fax: 801-363-3181
  
11.Name: Tharpa Publications (UK)
  Address: Kilnwick Percy Hall, Pocklington, York, Y04 2UF, UK
  Telephone: 01759-306446
  Fax: 01759-306397
  Location: http://www.luna.co.uk/~tharpa/index.htm
  Location: tharpa@rnplc.co.uk
  
12.Name: Innerlight Distributors
  Address: 1024 Murl Dr., Irving, TX, 75062 
  Telephone: 214-570-3091
  Fax: 214-550-8395
  
13.Name: Buddhist Publication Society
  Description: Catalog of Dharma Books
  Address: P.O. Box 61 54, Sangharaja Mawatha Kandy, Sri Lanka
  Telephone: (94)-8-223679
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/bps/home.html
  
14.Name: Primary Point Press
  Description: Primary Point Press is the publishing arm of the Kwan Um
      School of Zen
  Address: 99 Pound Road Cumberland, RI 02864
  Telephone: 401-658-1476
  Fax: 401-658-1188
  Location: http://www.kwanumzen.com/ppp/index.html
  Contact: mailto:  kwanumzen@aol.com
  
15.Name: Books for the Nineties
  Description: Catalog of books on psychology, meditation, buddhism,
      spirituality, etc.
  Address: P.O. Box 588 Scranton, PA 18512-0588
  Telephone: 800-331-3761
  
16.Name: The Mystic Trader
  Description: 64-page catalog of Buddhist, Taoist, etc. items, 
      tapes, books, cultural handicrafts and esoteric imports
  Address: 1334 Pacific Ave. Forest Grove, OR 97116
  Telephone: 800-634-9057, 503-357-1566
  Fax: 503-357-1669
  
17.Name: Caroline Morning Designs
  Description: Inflatable Zafu, cushions, books, bells, etc.
  Address: Dept P, P.O. Box 2832 Asheville, NC 28802
  Telephone: 704-683-1843
  
18.Name: Asian Rare Books
  Description: Old and rare books on Asia and Asian religions
  Location: http://iias.leidenuniv.nl/iias/antigue1.html
  Location: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ccs/cuwl/clients/arb/
  Contact: Stephen Feldman, ARB@maestro.com
  Address: 175 W. 93rd St., suite 16-D New York, NY 10025
  
19.Name: C. K. Manpolo Int'l Inc.
  Description: Statues and supplies
  Address: 137 Hester St. New York, NY 10002
  Telephone: 212-219-3556
  
20.Name: Dharma Communication Inc.
  Description: Large catalog of Dharma/Meditation supplies, books, 
      tapes, etc.
  Location: http://csbh.mhv.net/~dharmacom/dharma_1.htm
  Address: P.O. Box 156DC  South Plank Road Mt. Tremper, NY 12457
  Telephone: 914-688-7993
  Fax: 914-688-7911
  
21.Name: Dharmaware Giftshop
  Description: 24-page color catalog of Dharma supplies, books, tapes,
      statues, etc.
  Address: 54C Tinker St. Woodstock, NY 12498
  Telephone: 914-679-5417 (store), 914-679-4900 (order)
  Location: http://www1.mhv.net/cat/
  
22.Name: Myojo Morning Star
  Description: Catalog of meditation clothing
  Address: 294 Old Route 28 Glenford, NY 12433
  
23.Name: Oriental Culture Enterprises
  Description: Chinese books
  Address: 13-17 Elizabeth St., 2nd floor New York, NY 
  Telephone: 212-226-8461
  Fax: 212-431-6695
  
24.Name: Sharchen Imports
  Description: Color catalog of Dharma furnishings and practice materials
  Address: 1309 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10128
  Telephone: 800-521-9357, 212-860-8873
  Fax: 212-369-7142
  
25.Name: SUNY Press (Albany)
  Description: Buddhist Book list
  Address: State University Plaza, Albany, NY 12246-0001
  Location: http://www.sunypress.edu
  Contact: Dana Yanulavich danay@sunypress.edu
  
26.Name: Windhorse
  Description: Catalog of Buddhist books
  Address: 14 Heartwood Circle Newmarket, NH 03857
  Telephone: 800-303-5728
  
27.Name: South Asia Books
  Description: Huge stock of books from Asia, many on Buddhism
  Address: P.O. Box 502 Columbia, MO 65205
  Telephone: 573-474-0116
  Fax: 573-474-8124
  Contact: mailto:  sab@socketis.net
  Location: http://members.socketis.net/~sab/sab.htm
  
28.Name: Dhamma Dana Publication Fund
  Description: The Dhamma Dana Publication Fund is dedicated to bringing
      a long-standing Buddhist tradition to America by making high-quality
      books on Buddhist teachings available for free distribution. 
      We are interested in publishing original works, whether based on 
      critical scholarly interpretation of the canonical teachings, or on
      the unique perspective that arises from extensive practical meditative
      experience.
  Address: c/o Barre Center for Buddhist Studies 149 Lockwood Road 
      Barre, MA 01005
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/centers/ddp.html
  Telephone: 508-355-2347
  Fax: 508-355-2798
  
29.Name: Dharma Seed Tape
  Description: tapes of IMS Dharma Talks
  Address: Library Box 66 Wendell Depot, MA 01380
  Telephone: 800-969-SEED
  Fax: 413-772-5599
  Location: http://world.std.com/~metta/dstl/home.html
  Location: http://www.dharma.org/dstl.htm
  
30.Name: DharmaCrafts
  Description:  Large catalog of Dharma/Meditation supplies, books,
      tapes, etc.
  Location: http://www.dharmacrafts.com
  Address: 405 Waltham Street, Suite 234 Lexington, MA 02173
  Telephone: 617-862-9211 or 1-800-794-9862
  Fax: 617-862-8824
  Contact: mail to: dharmac@dharmacrafts.com
  
31.Name: Shambhala Publications, Inc.
  Description: Catalog of Buddhist and other eastern 
      religion/philosophy/practice books
  Address: Horticultural Hall, 300 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, MA 02115
  Telephone: 617-424-0030
  Fax: 617-236-1563
  Contact: editors@shambhala.com
  Location: http://www.shambhala.com/index.shtml
  
32.Name: Wisdom Publications
  Description: Dharma books, esp. Tibetan, Vajrayana, and Dzogchen
  Address: 361 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02115
  Telephone: 800-272-4050, 617-536-2305
  Fax: 617-536-1897
  Contact: wisdom@tiac.net
  
33.Name: Kichuudoo (Japan)
  Description: A Buddhist bookstore in Kyoto, Japan has a home page through
      which you can search and order books.  In Japanese and English.
  Location: http://web.kyoto-inet.or.jp/people/kiraya
  
34.Name: Indian Books Centre - Sri Satguru Publications
  Description: Publisher of Buddhist books from India - includes catalog.
  Contact: mailto: ibcindia@giasdl01.vsnl.net.in
  Address: 40/5 Shakti Nagar, Delhi 110 07 India 
  Telephone: +(91) 11-743-4930, 712-6496
  Fax: +(91) 11-722-7336
  Location: http://www.indiamart.com/ibc
  
35.Name: Motilal Banarsidass
  Description: Buddhist books and other Indian philosophies
  Address: 41 UA Bungalow Road, Jawahar Nagar Delhi-110 007 India
  
36.Name: Buddhadharma Meditation Center
  Description: small catalog of Dharma Books
  Address: 9810 South Kingery Highway Hinsdale, IL 60521
  Telephone: 708-789-8866
  
37.Name: Quest Books
  Description: books on religion, philosophy, etc.   
  Address: The Theosophical Publishing House P.O. Box 270, Dept. M-171
      Wheaton, IL 60189-0270
  Telephone: 800-669-9425
  Fax: 630-665-8791
  Location: theos@netcom.com
  
38.Name: Buddhist Book Service
  Description: large stock of books and pamphlets on Theravadan tradition
  Address: P.O. Box 9677 Washington, DC 20016
  Telephone: 301-946-7560, or 202-832-9393
  
39.Name: Medicine Buddha Healing Institute
  Address: 7971 Fairview Drive Denver, CO 80221
  Telephone: 303-657-1411
  Fax: 303-657-1411
  
40.Name: Sounds True Catalog
  Description: tapes on meditation, buddhism, self-discovery, etc.
  Address: PO Box 8010, Boulder, CO 80306-8010
  Telephone: 800-333-9185
  Contact: SoundsTrue@aol.com
  
41.Name: ZIJI Books & Gifts
  Description: catalog ($1) of Dharma books, practice materials, etc.
  Address: 2019 10th St. Boulder, CO 80302
  Telephone: 303-449-6219
  
42.Name: Asian Humanities Press       
  Description: Asian Humanities Press is an imprint of Jain Publishing
          Company with a focus on Asian languages & literature and
          religions & philosophies.
  Address: c/o Jain Publishing Company P.O. Box 3523 Fremont, CA 94539
  Telephone: 510-659-8272
  Fax: 510-659-0501
  Contact: mail@jainpub.com
  Location: http://www.jainpub.com
  
43.Name: Bodhi Tree Bookstore
  Description: Large selection of books, including domestic & imported
      Buddhist titles. Bi-annual catalog available.
  Address: 8585 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069
  Telephone: 310-659-1773, outside of L.A. county (800-825-9798)
  Fax: 310-659-0178
  Contact: bodhitree@bodhitree.com
  
44.Name: California Buddhist Vihara Society
  Description: Small list of free Dharma books
  Address: Gary Ray Tiger Team Buddhist Information Network 1920 Francisco,
      Suite 112 Berkeley, CA 94709
  Telephone: 510-540-6565
  
45.Name: Dharma Publishing
  Description: Dharma books, esp. Tibetan, Vajrayana and Dzogchen
  Address: 2910 San Pablo Ave. Berkeley, CA 94702
  Telephone: 800-873-4276, 510-548-5407
  Fax: 510-548-2230
  Location: http://www.nyingma.org
  Contact: Dharma-Publishing@nyingma.org
  
46.Name: Eastwind Books and Arts Inc.
  Description: Chinese books
  Address: 1435 Stockton San Francisco, CA 94133-3891
  Telephone: 415-772-5877
  
47.Name: Forest Books
  Description: New & used books specializing in eastern religion, 
      Asian culture, etc.
  Address: 3080 16th St. San Francisco, CA 94103-3417
  Telephone: 415-863-2755
  
48.Name: Keep It Simple
  Description: small catalog of Dharma books, tapes, t-shirts, and
      meditation supplies
  Address: P.O. Box 91 Mountain View, CA 94042
  Telephone: 415-967-3710
  
49.Name: Parallax Press
  Description: Books and tapes, most by Thich Nhat Hanh and friends.
  Location: http://www.parallax.org/
  Address: P.O. Box 7355 Berkeley, CA 94707
  Telephone: 510-525-1010
  Fax: 510-525-7129
  
50.Name: Shasta Abbey Buddhist Supplies
  Description: For a free brochure of our books and meditation supplies
      (cushions, mats, benches, tapes, statues, incense, rosaries, 
      religious jewelry, and more), 
  Address: Dept. W, P.O. Box 199,  Mt. Shasta, CA 96067-0199
  Telephone: 800-653-3315, International tel/fax 916-926-6682
  Fax: 800-729-1195
  Location: http://www.OBCon.com
  
51.Name: The Phoenix Bookstore
  Description: books and tapes related to religion and philosophy
  Address: 1514 5th Street Santa Monica, CA 90401-2404
  Telephone: 310-395-9516
  
52.Name: Tibetan Treasures
  Description: catalog of large selection of dharma items, incense,
      books, etc.
  Address: P.O. Box 279 Junction City, CA 96048-0279
  Telephone: 916-623-2714
  Fax: 916-623-6709
  Location: http://www.snowcrest.net/chagdud/tt/ttbe.htm
  
53.Name: Zen Home Stitchery
  Description: small catalog of clothes, cushions and accessories 
      for meditation
  Address: 1711 W 17th St, Ste. A8, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
  Telephone: 714-631-5389
  
54.Name: The Old Bookroom
  Description: Mail-order service specialising in books on Asia,
      the Middle East and Africa.
  Location: http://www.ozemail.com.au/~oldbook/
  Address: Street Level, Belconnen Churches Centre Benjamin Way,
      Belconnen ACT 2617, Australia 
  
55.Name: Access:  NewAge Books
  Description: We have a very large selection of Buddhist, Tibetan
      Buddhist, Taoist, and Zen literature as well as Martial Arts
      and other Eastern and Western Philosophy, Esoteric, Metaphysical
      and Religion books.
  Location: http://www.AccessNewAge.com
  
56.Name: Alan Watts Electronic University
  Description: Publishes audio and video tapes of lectures by Alan Watts.
  Location: http://www.alanwatts.com/
  
57.Name: Amazon.com Books
  Description: A large general online bookstore.  A keyword search under
      Buddhist brings up a large selection of titles.
  Location: http://www.amazon.com
  
58.Name: Buddhist Canon Translation Project
  Description: Numata Center nonprofit publisher of the Buddhist Canon
      Translation Series.
  Location: http://www.slip.net/~numata/
  Telephone: 510-843-4128 or 510-843-4153
  Contact: mailto:  numata@slip.net
  Address: 2620 Warring St. Berkeley, CA 94794
  Fax: 510-845-3409
  
59.Name: Clear Light Books
  Contact: books@clearlight.com
  Location: http://www.clearlight.com/~books
  
60.Name: Dharma Communications
  Description: 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.
  Location: http://www1.mhv.net/~dharmacom/dharma_1.htm
  
61.Name: Weatherhill
  Description:  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 the Pacific.
  Location: http://www.weatherhill.com/
  
62.Name: Windbell Publications
  Description: 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."
  Location: http://www.windbell.com
  
63.Name: The Buddhist Bookstore
  Description: large stock of books on all Buddhist traditions, specialized
      in Shin/Pure Land tradition
  Address: 1710 Octavia Street San Francisco, CA 94109-4341
  Telephone: 415-776-7877
  
64.Name: Pariyatti Book Service
  Description: Pariyatti Book Service, a mail-order company specializing in
      books on Vipassana meditation and the teachings of the Buddha.
  Address: P.O. Box 15926 Seattle WA 98115
  Telephone: 1-800-829-2748
  Location: http://www.vrpa.com/bookstore/
  
65.Name: Dhamma Books
  Address: 12 Rosslyn Rd Invermay 7248 Tasmaina, Australia
  elephone: (03) 6326 5549
  Contact: bms@postoffice.newnham.utas.edu.au
  Location: http://www.vrpa.com/bookstore/db-australia.htm
Wed Feb 12 09:27:43 1997
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