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Apocryphal Birth Stories,
2 volumes:
Vol. I, tr. I.B. Horner and P.S. Jaini, 1985;
Vol. II, tr. P.S. Jaini 1986
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The Burmese recension of a collection of 50 Jātaka stories current in South-East Asia. Although some of the stories are based upon those in the Pāli Jātaka, they are not regarded as canonical. (Date and author unknown.)
Translation of Paññāsajātaka.

As It Was Said, see Minor Anthologies, Vol. II.

Basket of Conduct, see Minor Anthologies, Vol III.

The Birth Stories of the Ten Bodhisattas,
tr. Ven. H. Saddhatissa, 1975
ISBN 089 4    £25.40   « Add to Basket »
Sinhalese version of a collection of stories about the ten future Buddhas beginning with Metteyya. (Possibly 14th century C.E.)
Translation of Dasabodhisattuppattikathā (published together with the text).

The Book of Analysis,
tr. Ven. U Thittila, 1969, 1988, 2010, 2015
ISBN 030 4    £47.00   « Add to Basket »
Second book of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka, in which certain topics central to the Buddha's teachings are the subject of technical analysis.
Translation of Vibhaṅga.

The Book of the Discipline,
6 volumes,
tr. I.B. Horner:
Vol. I (1938, 1992, 2014 with hitherto untranslated passages by P. Kieffer-Pülz),
Vol. II (1940, 1993),
Vol. III (1942, 1993),
Vol. IV (1951, 1993, 2014),
Vol. V (1952, 1993),
Vol. VI (1966, 1993, 2014)
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Translation of Vinaya-piṭaka: (Vols. I-III) Suttavibhaṇga; (Vol. IV) Mahāvagga; (Vol. V) Cūlavagga; (Vol. VI) Parivāra.

The Book of the Gradual Sayings,
5 volumes:
Vol. I (1932, 1989, 1995, 2015),
Vol. II (1933, 1992, 1995), tr. F.L. Woodward;
Vol. III (1934, 1988, 1995),
Vol. IV (1935, 1989, 1995, 2016 paperback reprint / POD), tr. E.M. Hare;
Vol. V (1936, 1994), tr. F.L. Woodward
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The fourth collection of the Sutta-piṭaka containing short discourses arranged to a numerical system. Most of the discourses follow a stereotyped formulaic presentation and many can be found elsewhere in the canon.
Translation of Aṅguttara-nikāya. Alternative translation: Numerical Discourses of the Buddha

The Book of the Kindred Sayings,
5 volumes:
Vol. I (1917, 1993),
Vol. II (1922, 1990), tr. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids;
Vol. III (1924, 1992, 1995),
Vol. IV (1927, 1993),
Vol. V (1930, 1994, 2015), tr. F.L. Woodward
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Translation of Saṃyutta-nikāya. Alternative translation: Connected Discourses of the Buddha

The Buddha's Last Days: Buddhaghosa's Commentary on the Mahāparinibbāna Sutta,
translated by Yang-Gyu An, 2003
ISBN 405 9    £19.35   « Add to Basket »

Buddhaghosuppatti,
ed. & tr. James Gray, 1892, 2001
ISBN 395 8    £18.00   « Add to Basket »
The story of the commentator Buddhaghosa (c. 15th century C.E.)
Translation published with the text.

Buddhist Legends,
tr. E.W. Burlingame, 1921, reprinted as 3 volumes 1990, 1995
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This anonymous commentary is basically a collection of stories, of which about sixty are shared with the Jātaka Commentary, chosen to introduce, contextualise and explain the verses of the Dhammapada. It was apparently composed in Sri Lanka and its date is unknown.
Translation of Dhammapada Commentary.

A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics,
tr. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, 1900,
3rd edn. reprint 1993
ISBN 062 2    £34.10   « Add to Basket »
The first volume of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka is a compilation from various sources analysing and classifying the phenomena (dhammā) that comprise all mental and material conditions.
Translation of Dhammasaṅgaṇī.

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The Casket of Medicine,
tr. Jinadasa Liyanaratne, 2002.
ISBN 403 2    £16.60   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Bhesajjamañjūsā (Chapters 1-18), the only extant Pāli medical text book containing information on medicines and illnesses. (13th century C.E.)

Chronicle of the Buddhas, see Minor Anthologies, Vol. III.

Chronicle of the Thūpa, see Thūpavaṃsa.

The Clarifier of the Sweet Meaning,
tr. I.B. Horner, 1978
ISBN 069 X    £38.60   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Buddhavaṃsa ascribed to Buddhadatta. (5th century C.E.)
Translation of Buddhavaṃsa Commentary.

The Commentary on the Itivuttaka,
tr. Peter Masefield, 2 volumes, 2008 - 2009
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Translation of the Itivuttaka Commentary by Dhammapāla. (6th century CE?)

The Commentary on the Verses of the Therīs,
tr. William Pruitt, 1998, 2017
ISBN 363 X    £42.00   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Therīgāthā by Dhammapāla. (6th century C.E.?)
Translation of Therīgāthā Commentary.

Compendium of Philosophy,
tr. S.Z. Aung and Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, 1910, 1979, 1995
ISBN 000 2    £27.25   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Abhidhammattha-saṅgaha.
Other translation: Summary of the Topics of Abhihamma (with commentary).

Conditional Relations,
tr. Ven. U Narada, 2 volumes:
Vol. I (1969, 1992, 2017),
Vol. II (1981, 1993, 2017)
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Translation of part of the Tika-paṭṭhāna.

Connected Discourses of the Buddha,
tr. Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi, 2 volumes, 2002.
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Translation of the Saṃyutta-nikāya. Alternative translation: Book of Kindred Sayings

Cūlavaṃsa (Translation),
tr. Mrs C. Mabel Rickmers, 2 volumes, 1929, 1930, reprinted as
one volume 1973
ISBN 013 4    £29.70   « Add to Basket »
Continuation of the Chronicle of Ceylon (Mahāvaṃsa) dealing with the period from the 12th to the 19th centuries C.E.
Translation of Cūlavaṃsa from the German translation by Wilhelm Geiger.

Darlegung der Bedeutung,
übersetzt von Bhikkhu Nyanaponika, 1942; bearbeitet von S. Bretfeld und R. Knopf, 2005
ISBN 404 0    £48.40   « Add to Basket »
Kommentar zum Dhammasaṅgaṇī von Buddhaghosa. (5. Jh.n.Chr.)
Übersetzung des Atthasālinī.

The Debates Commentary,
tr. B.C. Law, 1940, 1989
ISBN 019 3    £22.65   « Add to Basket »
Short but informative commentary which is an important source for the history of Buddhism. (5th century C.E.?)
Translation of Kathāvatthu Commentary.

A Designation of Human Types,
tr. B.C. Law, 1922, 1992
ISBN 009 6    £19.25   « Add to Basket »
The fourth volume of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka, although it appears to be the earliest of the Abhidhamma texts and contains many statements about the "person" (puggala) found elsewhere in the Sutta-piṭaka.
Translation of Puggalapaññatti.

Dhammapada, see Word of the Doctrine and Minor Anthologies, Vol. I.

Dialogues of the Buddha,
3 volumes:
Vol. I (1899, 1973, 1995), tr. T.W. Rhys Davids;
Vol. II (1910, 4th edn. 1989, 1995), tr. T.W. and Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids;
Vol. III (1921, 1991, 1995, 2017), tr. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids)
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The first collection of the Sutta-piṭaka containing the long discourses of the Buddha. A number of the suttas expound important doctrines, e.g. the Mahānidāna-sutta (15) and Mahāsatipaṭṭhānasutta (22). In several, the Buddha discusses the views and doctrines of the brahmanic religion and various contemporary religious schools and philosophies, e.g. the Soṇadaṇḍa-sutta (4) and the Sāmaññaphala-sutta (2).
Translation of Dīgha-nikāya.

Dīpavaṃsa,
tr. H. Oldenberg, 1879
ISBN 384 2    £19.35   « Add to Basket »
The first extant attempt to put together history and legend in verse and to make a continuous chronicle about Sri Lanka.
Translation published together with the text.

Discourse on Elements,
tr. Ven. U Narada, 1962, 1977, 1995, 2012
ISBN 025 8    £21.45   « Add to Basket »
The third volume of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka gives a detailed and systematic analysis of the elements of physical phenomena.
Translation of Dhātukathā.

Dispeller of Delusion,
tr. Bhikkhu Ñāṇamoli, revised by L.S. Cousins, Nyanaponika Mahāthera and C.M.M. Shaw, 2 volumes, 1987, 1991
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Vol. II ISBN 291 9    £35.00   Temporarily out of stock

Translation of Vibhaṅga Commentary.

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Elders' Verses, prose
tr. K.R. Norman, 2 volumes:
Vol. I (1969, 1990, 2nd ed. 2007, 2015),
Vol. II (1971, 1992, 1995, 2nd ed. 2007, 2015)
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The eighth and ninth texts of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, these are collections of poems ascribed to elder monks (theras) or nuns (therīs) respectively. Many of the verses are accounts of religious experiences, some of which also achieve a high poetic standard.
Translation of Theragāthā and Therīgāthā.

Epochs of the Conqueror,
tr. N.A. Jayawickrama, 1962, 1978
ISBN 027 4    £23.60   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Jinakālamālī.

Exposition of the Topics of Abhidhamma, see Summary of the Topics of Abhidhamma.

The Expositor,
tr. Pe Maung Tin, 2 volumes, 1920, 1921, reprinted as one volume 1976
ISBN 070 3    £41.25   « Add to Basket »
Commentary on the Dhammasaṅgaṇī by Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)
Translation of Atthasālinī.

The Great Chronicle of Ceylon,
tr. Wilhelm Geiger assisted by Mabel H. Bode, 1912,
reprinted with Addendum by G.C. Mendis, 1980
ISBN 001 0    £27.85   « Add to Basket »
Chronicle based on earlier Sinhalese material, blending history and legend and relating the history of Sri Lanka from a Buddhist viewpoint.
Translation of Mahāvaṃsa.

The Group of Discourses,
2nd ed., tr. K.R. Norman (with notes), 2001, 2015
ISBN 303 6    £35.75   « Add to Basket »
Fifth text of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, consisting mainly of verses, apparently compiled from a number of sources. Two chapters of the Suttanipāta are mentioned by name in other Pāli canonical texts, and the commentary upon them is also included in the canon. It is apparent that this text contains some of the oldest Pāli poetry we possess.
Translation of Suttanipāta.
Paperback edition (without notes): The Rhinoceros Horn.

The Guide,
tr. Ven. Ñāṇamoli, 1962, 1977
ISBN 024 X    £29.25   « Add to Basket »
Treatise setting out methods for interpreting and explaining canonical texts, similar in content to the Peṭakopadesa and used by Buddhaghosa and other commentators. (Possibly 1st century B.C.E.
Translation of Nettipakaraṇa.

The Illustrator of Ultimate Meaning, see The Minor Readings.

The Inception of Discipline,
tr. N.A. Jayawickrama,1962, 1986, 2010
ISBN 045 2    £33.00   « Add to Basket »
Introduction to the Vinaya-piṭaka Commentary relating the history of Buddhism up to the establishment of the Vinaya-piṭaka in Sri Lanka.
Translation published together with the text.

In Praise of Mount Samanta,
tr. A. Hazlewood, 1986
ISBN 153 X    £18.30   « Add to Basket »
Poem describing the life of Gotama Buddha and including the story of his three visits to Sri Lanka and imprinting of his footprint on Samantakūṭa. (14th century C.E.)
Translation of Samantakūṭavaṇṇanā.

The Itivuttaka,
tr. Peter Masefield, 2000, 2001, 2003, Published with the Udāna, 2013.
ISBN 501 2    £23.00   « Add to Basket »
Fourth book in the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, it consists of 112 short discourses written in a mixture of prose and verse.
Translation of Itivuttaka.

The Jātaka or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births,
ed. E.B. Cowell, 6 volumes 1895-1907 and Index 1913, all reprinted 1990,
now in 3 volumes:
Vol. I, tr. R. Chalmers, and Vol. II, tr. W.H.D. Rouse; (reprinted 2013)
Vol. III, tr. H.T. Francis and Vol. IV, tr. W.H.D. Rouse; (reprinted 2016)
Vol. V, tr. H.T. Francis, Vol. VI, tr. E.B. Cowell and W.H.D. Rouse, and Index volume; (reprinted 2015)
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Tenth book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, it consists of verses embedded in stories of the former births of Gotama Buddha.
Translation of Jātaka with Commentary (only the poems are part of the canon).
For a translation of the introduction see The Story of Gotama Buddha.

Jinālaṇkāra,
tr. James Gray, 1894,1981
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Ornate poem, in a variety of metres, telling the story of the Buddha from his former birth as Sumedha up to his parinibbāna. (12th century C.E.)
Translation published together with the text.

Kuṇāla-Jātaka,
tr. W.B. Bollée, 1970
ISBN 050 9    £18.15   « Add to Basket »
This Jātaka is unique in the Pāli collection in containing an archaic type of prose regarded as canonical. It consists of a collection of stories and verses dealing with the 'wickedness of women'.
Translation published together with the text.

Mahāvastu,
tr. J.J. Jones, 3 volumes:
Vol. I (1949, 1987),
Vol. II (1952, 1976),
Vol. III (1956, 1983)
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Translation from the Sanskrit.

Manual of a Mystic,
tr. F.L. Woodward, Appendix by D.B. Jayatilaka, 1916, 1982
ISBN 003 7    £19.00   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Yogāvacara's Manual.

The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha,
2nd ed., tr. Bhikkhu Ñāṇamoli, Bhikkhu Bodhi, 2002.
ISBN 400 8    £33.00   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Majjhima-nikāya. Alternative translation: Middle Length Sayings

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Middle Length Sayings,
tr. I.B. Horner, 3 volumes:
Vol. I (1954, 1993, 1995, 2016 paperback reprint / POD);
Vol. II (1957, 1989, 1994, 2016 paperback reprint / POD);
Vol. III (1959, 1993)
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The second collection of the Sutta-piṭaka containing 152 suttas including some of the best known sermons in the Pāli canon, e.g. Alagaddūpamasutta, Aṇgulimāla-sutta and Mahāsīhanāda-sutta.
Translation of Majjhima-nikāya. Alternative translation: Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha

Milinda's Questions,
tr. I.B. Horner, 2 volumes:
Vol. I (1963, 1990),
Vol. II (1964, 1991)
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Popular prose text in the form of a dialogue between the Indo-Greek king Milinda (Menander) and a Buddhist monk called Nāgasena. (2nd century B.C.E.)
Translation of Milindapañha.

Minor Anthologies, 3 volumes:
Vol. II (1935, 1985), tr. F.L. Woodward;
Vol. III (1975), tr. I.B. Horner;
Vol. IV (1974, 1993), tr. I.B. Horner
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Translations of:
Vol. II : Udāna (Verses of Uplift) and Itivuttaka (As It Was Said). Other translations: The Udāna, The Itivuttaka
Vol. III : Buddhavaṃsa (Chronicle of Buddhas) and Cariyāpiṭaka (Basket of Conduct).
Last two books of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka. In the Buddhavaṃsa Gotama Buddha relates, in verse, the lives of the 24 Buddhas who preceded him, and his former actions in relation to those Buddhas. The Cariyāpiṭaka also relates stories in verse of Gotama Buddha in former lives, this particular collection being used to illustrate his mastery of the ten perfections.
Vol. IV : Vimānavatthu (Stories of the Mansions) and Petavatthu (Stories of the Departed). Other translations (with the commentaries): Vimāna Stories, Peta Stories.
The sixth and seventh books of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka. The Vimānavatthu text consists of 83 stories describing the former meritorious actions that have led to individuals being reborn as gods enjoying life in celestial mansions (vimānas). The Petavatthu consists of 51 stories about departed ones (petas) who suffer because of bad action in former lives.
[Volume I (1931, 1997), tr. of the Dhammapada and Khuddakapāṭha by Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, is no longer available]

The Minor Chronicle of Ceylon, see Cūlavaṃsa Translation.

The Minor Readings and The Illustrator of Ultimate Meaning,
tr. Ven. Ñāṇamoli, 1960, 1991, 2015
ISBN 023 1    £31.00   « Add to Basket »
The first book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, but probably the latest to be included in the collection. It consists of nine short texts, only one of which is not found elsewhere in the canon. It was possibly compiled as a handbook for novices. The commentary is traditionally attributed to Buddhaghosa. (5th century C.E.)
Translation of Khuddakapāṭha with Commentary. An earlier translation of the Khuddakapāṭha is found in Minor Anthologies, Vol. I.

The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha,
tr. Bhikkhu Bodhi, 2012.
ISBN 499 7    £59.00   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Aṅguttara-nikāya. Alternative translation: Book of Gradual Sayings

The Ornament of Lay Followers: Ānanda's Upāsakajanālaṅkāra (Paperback),
tr. G. Agostini, 2015
ISBN 506 3    £20.00   « Add to Basket »
Text dealing with the proper conduct of a layman, based on the canon and its commentaries. (12th century C.E.)
Translation of Upāsakajanālaṅkāra, and other sources.

The Path of Discrimination,
tr. Ven. Ñāṇamoli, Introduction by A.K. Warder, 1982,
1991, new edn. 1997, 2014
ISBN 349 4    £39.50   « Add to Basket »
Twelfth book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka attributed by the commentary to Gotama Buddha's disciple Sāriputta. This text is later than much of the canon and attempts to explain in a systematic way how understanding of the Buddha's basic teaching can lead to enlightenment.
Translation of Paṭisambhidāmagga.

The Path of Purity,
tr. Pe Maung Tin, 3 volumes, 1923, 1929, 1931, reprinted as one
volume 1975
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One of the most influential Pāli texts, this compendium of Buddhist doctrine and metaphysics is the most important book written by Buddhaghosa. It provides a systematic exposition of Buddhist teaching and is also a detailed manual for meditation. (5th century C.E.)
Translation of Visuddhimagga.

Pātimokkha,
tr. K.R. Norman, 2001,
ISBN 392 3    £16.60   « Add to Basket »
Rules of the bhikkhus and bhikkhunīs with Pāli and English translation on facing pages.
Translation published together with the text. Also available in paperback.

The Perfect Generosity of Prince Vessantara,
tr. M. Cone & R.F. Gombrich, 2011
ISBN 488 1    £19.25   « Add to Basket »
Translation of the Pāli Vessantara Jātaka (Jātaka 547) with an introduction by Richard Gombrich.

Peta Stories,
tr. U Ba Kyaw and P. Masefield, 1980
ISBN 075 4    £45.40   « Add to Basket »
Seventh book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka. This is a collection of stories about beings who are suffering because of evil deeds performed in a former life.
Translation of Petavatthu Commentary. The 1894 edition of this text by E. Hardy is no longer available from the PTS.

Piṭaka Disclosure,
tr. Ven. Ñāṇamoli, 1964, 1979
ISBN 026 6    £33.90   « Add to Basket »
Treatise setting out a method for explaining and expanding the teaching of the Buddha. (Possibly 2nd century B.C.E.)
Translation of Peṭakopadesa.

Points of Controversy,
tr. S.Z. Aung and Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids, 1915, 1993, 2016
ISBN 002 9    £36.00   « Add to Basket »
The fifth book of the Abhidhamma-piṭaka is the only canonical text attributed to an author and given a composition date by the tradition. It consists of a discussion of heretical statements that are refuted in favor of orthodox Theravādin beliefs.
Translation of Kathāvatthu.

Psalms of the Early Buddhists,
verse tr. Mrs C.A.F. Rhys Davids: The Sisters, 1909 and The Brethren, 2nd edn. 1937, reprinted as one volume 1980
ISBN 076 2    £51.60   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Theragāthā and Therīgāthā.

Stances des Thera,
tr. D. Masset, 2011
ISBN 486 5    £60.50   « Add to Basket »
French translation of Theragāthā.

Stances des Therī,
tr. D. Masset, 2005
ISBN 417 2    £16.95   « Add to Basket »
French translation of Therīgāthā.

Stories of the Buddha's Former Births, see The Jātaka

Stories of the Departed, see Minor Anthologies, Vol. IV.

Stories of the Mansions, see Minor Anthologies, Vol. IV.

The Summary of the Topics of Abhidhamma and Exposition of the Topics of Abhidhamma,
tr. R.P. Wijeratne & Rupert Gethin, 2002
ISBN 412 1    £24.00   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Abhidhammatthasaṅgaha and Abhidhammatthavibhāvinīṭīkā, a manual covering the whole field of Abhidhamma in a condensed way, published together with one of the commentaries on it. (10th and 11th century C.E.)
Translation of the Abhidhammatthasaṅgaha and Abhidhammatthavibhāvinīṭīkā. Other translation of the Abhidhammatthasaṅgaha: Compendium of Philosophy.

The Sūtra of Golden Light,
tr. R.E. Emmerick, 1970, revised edn. 1990, 1992, new edn. 1996
ISBN 348 6    £16.70   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Suvarṇabhāsottamasūtra from Sanskrit. The Pali Text Society does not publish an edition of the Sanskrit text.

The Suttanipāta: An Ancient Collection of the Buddha's Discourses Together with its Commentaries,
tr. Bhikkhu Bodhi, 2017.
ISBN 516 0    £50.00   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Suttanipāta. Alternative translations: Group of Discourses and The Rhinoceros Horn (Paperback)

The Teaching of Vimalakīrti,
tr. S. Boin, 1976, 1994.
ISBN 077 0    The hardback edition is no longer available, but a paperback edition can be purchased instead.
Translation of Vimalakīrtinirdeśa from the annotated French translation by E. Lamotte of Chinese and Tibetan sources. The Pali Text Society does not publish an edition of the original text.

Thūpavaṃsa,
tr. N.A. Jayawickrama, 1971
ISBN 052 5    £26.60   « Add to Basket »
Chronicle by Vācissara dealing with the construction of the Mahāthūpa by the Sinhalese ruler Duṭṭhagāmaṇī in the first century B.C.E. (13th century C.E.) Translation published together with the text.

The Udāna,
tr. P. Masefield, 1994, Published with the Itivuttaka, 2013.
ISBN 501 2    £23.00   « Add to Basket »
Third text of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka, it consists of a collection of 80 "solemn utterances" made by the Buddha on special occasions. Most are in verse accompanied by a prose account of the circumstances that led to their being given.
Translation of Udāna. An earlier translation is also found in Minor Anthologies, Vol. II.

Udāna Commentary,
tr. P. Masefield, 2 volumes, 1994, 1995
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Vol. I ISBN 316 8    £35.20   « Add to Basket »
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Translation of Udāna Commentary.

Verses of Uplift, see Minor Anthologies, Vol. II.

Vimāna Stories,
tr. P. Masefield, 1989, repr. 2015
ISBN 272 2    £45.40   « Add to Basket »
Translation of Vimānavatthu Commentary. The 1886 edition of this text by E.R. Gooneratne is no longer available from the PTS.

Vinaya-piṭaka Commentary, Samantapāsādikā Bāhiranidāna, see The Inception of Discipline

Word of the Doctrine,
tr. K.R. Norman, 1997
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Translation of Dhammapada, one of the most popular Buddhist texts, many of the verses of which have parallels in the texts of other Buddhist schools and in non-Buddhist sources. It is a collection of verses arranged according to their subject matter and is the first Pāli text to have been edited in Europe. It is the second book of the Khuddaka-nikāya of the Sutta-piṭaka and this edition uses all the latest research. The 1914 edition by Ven. Suriyagoda Sumangala is no longer available from the PTS.
Translation of the Dhammapada. Other translation in Minor Anthologies, Vol. I [no longer available from the PTS].
Also available in paperback.

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