The long awaited print version of the popular Buddhist mantra website: visiblemantra.org.
This is a celebration of the visual forms of mantra and other varieties of sacred speech, drawing on... More > Buddhist traditions from India, China, Japan, and Tibet.
The book includes all the mantras from the website, plus a few more. Each is presented in four scripts: Siddhaṃ (Bonji 梵字), Lantsa (aka Rañjana), Devanāgarī, and Tibetan (dbu can). Plus seed-syllables, dhāraṇī and Pāli chants. All accompanied by Jayarava's meticulously researched notes and comments, and background reading drawn from Jayarava's blog.
An invaluable resource for Buddhist artists, calligraphers and practitioners.< Less
A guide to Sanskrit and Pali names used in the Triratna Buddhist Order. Definitions and etymologies for almost 500 words and affixes. Background on the Sanskrit and Pali languages and relevant points... More > of grammar and morphology.< Less