Note: Some texts are buried
deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
In addition to the
writings & oral teachings of Nichiren,
Will Kallandar's collection of resources includes a glossary
of Buddhist terms, Burton Watson's translation of the
White paper on Nichiren, the history,
principles, & problems of the movement he inspired [archived by the BBC].
SGI official website posts an introduction
the modern movement inspired by the 13th c. Japanese Buddhist reformer
Shin (Pure Land)
English translation of Shinran's True
Teaching, commentaries, shorter works, letters, hymns & related works
by other authors.
on the history, principles & practice of the devotees of Amitabha Buddha (archived
by the BBC).
Kakuzo Okakura explains the origins and significant of the Tea Ceremony
[Internet Sacred Text Archive].
Instructions in Ch'an Buddhism by Ming dynasty
master Han-shan De-ching. From the Record of Dream Wanderings by Fu
Urs App's Kyoto-based International
Research Institute posts a data-base of Chinese
10 Oxherding pictures & seminal projects for establishing an electronic Zen knowledge base.
Biographical sketch & sample wisdom of the
founder of the Chinese Sudden Awaking school of meditation by Eloise Hart.
T. Matthew Ciolek catalogs an extensive list of
definitions, secondary literature, & known koan collections. Those
published on-line include: Wu-Men
Internet Sacred Text
Archive posts complete text of Daisetz Suzuki's 1935 masterwork, including
oxherding pictures (15th c.).
English translation of the account
of the career and teaching of Hui-neng (8th c.
CE), founder of the dominant
southern school of Chinese Ch'an Buddhism.
Pictures & poems by 12th c. Chinese Ch'an
Ofer Cohen posts chapters from Masunaga Reiho's
book The Soto Approach to Zen & other works on
Zenji & the philosophy of
Digging. Help fill holes.
This page was revised
07 November 2021