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Links to Buddhist sites around the World Wide Web
- Access to Insight: Readings in Theravada Buddhism
- This site includes both resources for the beginning study of Buddhism as well as extensive portions of the Pali canon.
The CD-ROM A Handful of Leaves is out of print, but they offer
a link where you can download the entire site instead.
- An Introduction to Buddhism
- George Boeree’s simple and thoughtful presentation of Buddhist fundamentals. The site also includes some delightful extras, such as an explanation of Buddhist cosmology.
- Buddhadharma: The Practioner’s Quarterly
- An excellent magazine, although it tends to present much more about Tibetan Buddhism than other branches.
Owned by Shambala Sun, the publishers, this is understandable.
- BuddhaNet — Australia’s Buddhist Information Network
- This has links to an extensive library of text files on many different Buddhist traditions.
- The Journal of Buddhist Ethics
- A scholarly journal devoted to the study of Buddhist ethics.
- The Kanzeon Zen Sangha
- A worldwide Zen community led by Roshi Dennis Genpo Merzel. Based in, of all places, Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Plum Village Sangha
- The worldwide Buddhist community founded and directed by Thich Nhat Hanh.
This site has links to groups affiliated with the Community of Mindful Living all over the world.
- Salt Lake Buddhist Temple
- The Home Page of the Salt Lake Buddhist Temple, the largest and oldest Buddhist group in Utah.
The only reason this link is here is that Ivan is a member.
- Stephen Batchelor’s Home Page
- Home page of noted Buddhist scholar and teacher Stephen Batchelor, author of Buddhism Without Belief
- Tricycle Magazine
- An Independent Buddhist Quarterly.
- Vipassana Meditation
- A Theravada Buddhist tradition rather different and simpler than the Mahayana Tibetan and Zen traditions.
- The Buddhist Channel
- Billed as “The Channel that Buddhists can Call Their Own,” it used to be “The Buddhist News Network,” which
sent out newsletters picking up Buddhist-related news stories, delivering them to your emailbox.
Now you have to go to it, and is almost always worth it.
- What Do You Think, My Friend?
- Tan Chade Meng’s extraordinary Web site
detailing his personal and practical approach to Buddhism in the real world.
- Dragon’s Gate Temple
- Ryunyo King’s Pure Land temple in Battle Ground, Washington.
- Buddhism for Dum-Dums
- Exactly what it claims to be; Ryunyo’s page introducing the basic concepts of Buddhism.
Note: The Refuge welcomes a diversity of viewpoints; we don’t endorse or sanction anything you see here. Please
let us know if any of these links are outdated or if there are others we should add.