Links to Relevant Sites
Click the image to visit any one of these informative and uselful sites.
Access to Insight
English translatiion of many texts from the Pali Tipitaka, the Commentaries, and more

Accurate, and reliable information concerning the practice and study of Theravada Buddhism, as it has been handed down to us through both the written word of the Pali Canon and the living example of the Sangha.

Buddhist Channel
Current news relating to all aspects of Buddhism and of interest to Buddhists throughout the world
Young Buddhist Students Literacy Mission
Social welfare organization founded by monks at Bodhisukha Monastery in Kolkata, India. Working in many ways for the betterment of the Sasana in India and Burma.
!A non-sectarian organisation, offering its services to all Buddhist traditions
Buddhist Studies, Buddhazine Magazine, World Buddhist Directory, Library, Audio Files, Buddhist Store, Notice Board, and more
Annual newsletter (2002-2004) of Ken and Visakha Kawasaki, and their acitivies during those years with Buddhist Relief Mission and Burmese Relief Center--USA
Homestay Nepal
A unique experience blending eco-tourism and cultural tourism. Enjoy the natural beauty of Nepal and learn about the Nepalese way of life. Find the real Nepal through a heart-warming homestay in Sanu's House .
Buddhist Publication Society
An approved charity dedicated to making known the teaching of the Buddha from the Theravada standpoint. In a span of nearly five decades, BPS has become a major Buddhist publisher with hundreds of titles .
Buddhist Action Forum
New and Expanding!
A free and open bulletin board where you can find and post information on volunteering and donating goods and and for a wide variety of Buddhist projects.
Empower the Children
A non-profit organization that provides quality educational opportunities to children in dire economic circumstances or with serious mental and physical handicaps in Kolkata, India. Volunteers welcome.
Noble Path
A website providing free access to downloadable educational materials for both Dhamma practice and English language learning
Burmese Relief Center--Japan
BurmaInfo (Burma Information Network) works to inform the Japanese public, members of the Diet and other policy-makers, and members of the press about Burma to advocate for grassroots and institutional support for a free Burma. BurmaInfo runs the largest online clearinghouse for information in Japanese about Burma, with hundreds of documents on current events, human rights, and development issues.

Burmese Relief Center--Japan organizes high-profile events and initiatives to attract the attention of the Japanese media and public. BRC-J works closely with major international campaigns that support democracy in Burma as well as with organizations in Japan, such as Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, People's Forum on Burma, and Japan Lawyer's Network for Refugees. The Director of BRC-J also takes a delegation every year to the Thai-Burma border to assess the situation, to deliver relief supplies, and to offer assistance.

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9152 Luea Lane
Swartz Creek, MI 48473, U.S.A.

152/1 Riverdale Road
Anniwatte, Kandy 20000
Sri Lanka
Tel: 94-77-964-9292