Understanding Buddhism in the original Pali and Sanskrit
Sanskrit/Pali Textbook class at the Golden Buddha Centre
Fridays 2.00-3.30pm (odd numbered weeks) with James Whelan
In these Sanskrit/Pali classes one week is of the more formal kind of study. and the following week is more informal and less structured.
We call these respectively the “text book” approach and the “word clinic” approach.
Everyone is welcome to attend either or both classes.
Please note: The word-clinic is held on the even numbered weeks (see standard week-numbering system in calendars and diaries), and the textbook classes are held on the odd numbered weeks.
Pali. Burmese tamarind-seed large script in black lacquer.
Paginated with Burmese letters.
Interlines: decorated with snippets of gilt foliage.
Borders: decorated with gilt running acheik patterns.
Middle folio margins: (1.5 cm).; decorated with a repeating lotus pattern.
First folio recto: decorated with a series of 7 interlaced compartments filled with alternating deva and naga figures.
With thanks to the V&A London.
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