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- General discussion page for translators: lotsawa discussion page
- Paro Taksang, one of the sacred sites in Buddhist history.
- Gyurme Dorje's Glossary to Tibetan Elemental Divination Paintings
- Mahamudra pith instructions in the Kagyu section under Tibetan texts in Wylie format, compiled by Thomas Roth (Sherab Drime)
- The beginnings of a comprehensive Database of Buddhist Quotations
- Tibetan Buddhist canon An overview
- Glossary to The Great Image, the lifestory of Vairotsana
- Google has now begun making searches of www.dharmadictionary.net (see left box). The indexing is in process, about 80% - try searching for "Rinpoche".
- A Concise Catalogue to the Precious Translated Words of the Conqueror, reformated from the ACIP version
- Catalogue of the New Treasures of Chokgyur Lingpa by Andreas Doctor
- 21 indices in Wylie format in new category Wylie Indices, compiled by Edward Henning
- The Kat'hok lineage
- Standard & Extended Wylie diagrams Sambhota, by Gerry Wiener
- A General Dharma Glossary from Matthieu Ricard, many details
- Geographical Glossary from Matthieu Ricard
- Prajnaparamita in Eight Thousand Verses Tibetan Translation converted from the ACIP input version
- Chronology of Buddhism by Matthieu Ricard
- Five Sisters of Long Life
- The Rangjung Yeshe Gilded Palace of Dharmic Activity; An English-based Glossary of Buddhist People, Places, and Things...is now available..
- The Rangjung Yeshe Dictionary -- including Jim Valby, Ives Waldo, Matthieu Ricard, Richard Barron, etc., is available for search in the left search box.
--Richard 15:02, 6 April 2008 (EDT)