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Edward Reib's "Buddhist Books" Podcast is an approachable, sometimes humorous, series in which Edward recites, generally speaking, "Buddhist Books" starting with the earliest, and gradually working toward the most recent.


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Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 6
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:38:06]  May 12th, 2022

This is Part 6 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 5
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:33:31]  May 11th, 2022

This is Part 5 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 4
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:39:06]  May 10th, 2022

This is Part 4 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 3
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:30:08]  May 9th, 2022

This is Part 3 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 2
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:33:34]  May 8th, 2022

This is Part 2 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll continue reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.




Buddhist Books: TIPIṬAKA - Part 1
Suttavibhaṅga, Pārājika

[00:35:08]  May 7th, 2022

This is Part 1 of my recital of the "Tipiṭaka," the "Three Baskets" of pre-sectarian Buddhism, as translated into English from the original Pali Language.

In this episode, we'll begin reading "Pārājika," the first part of "Suttavibhaṅga," which is the first part of the "Vinaya Piṭaka," the first of the three "Piṭaka," or "Baskets."

"Suttavibhaṅga" means "Rule Analysis," and "Pārājika" literally means "Defeats," referring to the most important rules of monkhood in pre-sectarian Buddhism, for which one can be expelled from the original Buddhist Sangha.


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CHAPTERS


1. DHAMMAPADA

2. LOTUS SŪTRA

3. PĀLI SCRIPTURES

4. JAIN SŪTRAS



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