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Here is a summary of the published booklets (English) by Bhante Dhammavuddho Thero:
Return To the Original Buddha Teachings, 1988 (out of print)
Main Differences Between Mahayana and Theravada Teachings, 1988 (out of print)
Message of The Buddha, 1988 (latest edition 2003)
Doa Suci Buddhis (Pali-Malay Chanting), 1988 (out of print)
Buddhist Monks' Precepts, 1988 (latest edition 2007)
Samatha and Vipassana, 1995 (latest edition 2006)
Dependent Origination, 1996
Liberation: Relevance of Sutta-Vinaya, 1999 (latest edition 2004)
Only We Can Help Ourselves, 2000 (latest edition 2002)
Mindfulness, Recollection and Concentration, 2002 (latest edition 2003)
Monks' Precepts: Lay Person's Guide, 2006
The Five Illusionists, 2006
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Tipitaka Structure Chart
(Introductory) Vihara Buddha Gotama 乔达摩佛寺 Date Submitted: 19 Jan 2017Date Written: 2017 Details of the Tipitaka commonly now known as the Pali Canon. Originally it was Dvepitaka, as written on the arch at the entrance of the Buddhist Temple at Sanchi, India. Download PDF