Understanding Buddhism in the original Pali and Sanskrit

Please note: The class entitled ‘Understanding Buddhism in the original Pali and Sanskrit’ with James Whelan on Fridays 2.00-3.00pm has been suspended for the time being and will recommence on Friday 26th April.

Fridays 2.00-3.00pm Understanding Buddhism in the original Pali and Sanskrit
with James Whelan.

Pali Manuscript, India, 18th century @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art

These informal sessions are aimed initially at complete beginners or near beginners who wish to be able to understand the most used chants of the Theravada tradition, and to explore the meanings of the Sanskrit and Pali words most commonly used in Buddhism.

Then, depending on the level of interest and the demand, we can move on to other material, e.g. the suttas, the Dhammapada and so on.


Buddhism in Totnes



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