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Pali Chants

Pali Chants

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 TRADITIONAL PALI CHANTS BOOK IN ENGLISHFirst Edition
: March 2011 2,000 Copies
ISBN:
978-974-496-903-3
Published By:
 
Wat Luang Phor Sodh Dhammak 
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 Damnoen Saduak DistrictRajburi Province 70130, Thailandhttp://www.dhammacenter.org
 Advisor:
Dr. Phra Rajyanvisith (Hon. D.)
Editorial Team:
Phra Yossaphat KhantidhammoWatcharapol Daengsubha
Cover Design:
Saranviphat Svetanan
Proof Reader:
Jessica Dawn Ogden
Printed By:
NBC Printing Ltd., Part. 33/129 Soi Khubon 30, KhubonRoad, Bangchan, Khlongsamwa, Bangkok 10510
 
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 Foreword 
Lord Buddha’s teachings have been preserved for centuries throughoral transmission by means of recitation. Since the Dhamma were notrecorded in writing, disciples assembled regularly to recite together inconcord. Variations in individual memories were not allowed to obscurethe Buddha’s words. While chanting, devotees contemplate the Dhamma with peaceful minds, free from other tasks. Chanting also requires deepconcentration. It is part of daily Dhamma practice. Thus, monks in every monastery routinely assemble to chant the words of the Buddha togetherin group recitation.I am extremely delighted to have this ‘Traditional Pali Chants inEnglish’ Book. It will permit international Dhamma devotees to take partin the recitation and to contemplate and help preserve the teachings of theBuddha. Because of the English translations, the book conveys the meaningas well as the sound of Lord Buddha’s teachings.I would like to profoundly thank everyone who participated inthe gargantuan mission to publish this book for their many variedcontributions. I enthusiastically congratulate them all on this extremely successful achievement. They include Phra Yossaphat Khantidhammo,Watcharapol Daengsubha and Saranviphat Svetanan, to mention only afew. May Lord Buddha bless them all for their highly meritorious efforts.Dr. Phra Rajyanvisith (Hon. D.)Coordinator, Provincial Meditation Institutes of Thailand,
 Abbot, Wat Luang Phor Sodh Dhammakāyārām
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