Dharma Rain - Links
General Information and Buddhist resources
Collected by Dr. T. Matthew Ciolek and part of the WWW Virtual Library.
Contains links to biographical information (when available) about modern-day
Zen teachers and some of their writings.
Buddhist resources and readings in Theravada Buddhism.
Dutch portal about Boeddhisme.
Buddhactivity.org is a web application for Dharmic Communities
practicing wisdom traditions featuring a global database of centres and organizations.
Buddhist Education and Information Network
Web page presented by Tan Chade Meng.
A multimedia gateway to the Dharma’s rich matrix of teachings and practices,
with tools for exploration, learning, and community.
The Heart Sutra and other Sutras — different translations:
The Heart Sutra — with
detailed commentary on the lines
Chogye Zen Academy offers this one, plus other Zen texts.
A WWW page featuring regularly changing guided meditation, some prayers,
poetry, and other inspirational material.
“Traditional Resources for Modern Buddhists.” This site contains
translations of teachings by Nagarjuna, Master Han-shan, Master Hsuan-hua,
stories of the Buddha, etc.
Founded by Korean Zen master Seung Sahn. This web page has information about
the history, teachers and practice of this school of Zen.
The Pluralism Project's mission is to help Americans engage with the realities
of religious diversity through research, outreach, and the active dissemination
Information on the tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin.
The Virtual Library is a subject catalogue of network information — this
document keeps track of leading information facilities in the field of Buddhism
and Buddhist studies.
This link has information
specific to Zen (Ch’an,
Son, Thien) Resources.
An excerpt from the book by Kyogen Carlson. The chapter “An Honest
is here. Another chapter,
“Drifting Clouds, Flowing Water,” was published in Stillpoint in July,
1995. The book is now out of print, but available in the Center’s library.