Pali has been derived largely from the Sri Lanka Buddha Jayanti Tipitaka Series.
Sinhala is the A.P. de Soyza's translations.
English translations are by various authors. Many files have been downloaded from the Internet.
Fonts: All or most of the Tipiṭaka pages now contain Unicode characters. Their Unicode values are represnted in decimal. This enables the diacritical character to be displayed properly regardless of the browser's Character Encoding selection. Please notify us (email given below) of any pages that contain characters in the old encoding, e.g., ü or à
The Sinhala language pages still require the 8-bit Tipitaka Sinhala font, which may be downloaded here.
Latest update In a single Zip file 17.7 MB, put up September, 2014.
We are expecting much progress over the next few months in this area and would like to have help in typing in the Sinhala texts. If anyone would like to help us in editing and making links in the html files then that is welcome. Those of you that make use of this page are kindly requested to get our new CD updated regularly (Sri Lanka only).
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[Last update: Rains retreat 2014]