Here are some pointers to resources scattered across Access to Insight to help you in your Pali studies.
- SLTP Tipitaka
- Now hosted here at Access to Insight, this is a complete edition of the Pali Tipitaka, in romanized Pali, courtesy of the The Sri Lanka Tripitaka Project (SLTP).
- Answer keys to A.K. Warder's Introduction to Pali
- A.K. Warder's Introduction to Pali is the best Pali text around. The book contains only a limited number of solutions to its many exercises. These answer keys fill the gap:
- Guide to Learning the Pali Language [John Bullitt]
Offers some suggestions on how to get started with Pali. Includes "Coping with Pali diacritical marks" and lists of Pali textbooks and reference books.
How to input/type Romanized Pali and Sanskrit in Openoffice 3 [Faqing]
- Pali fonts
For an extensive review of available Pali and Sanskrit fonts, see Transliteration and Devanagari Fonts for Sanskrit, by Ulrich Stiehl. The Association for Insight Meditation's Pali Font Resources page offers several ANSI and Unicode fonts suitable for working with Pali.
Here are some fonts I can personally recommend:
- Pali Language Tools
- This website contains some interesting software tools and resources useful for anyone studying the Pali Canon. You will find wordlists of all Pali vocabulary, frequency lists, and Brahmi-script related information.
- Pali Text Reader
- This is open source software was developed internationally for reading and studying the Pali Canon. Lots of interesting features make it a useful tool for Pali study. A mobile version is also available. It is free of charge.
- Pali Verb Conjugation and Noun/Pronoun Declension Tables [Bhikkhu Nyanatusita]
This remarkable collection of tables condenses a huge amount of grammatical information into just a few pages. A very useful reference for Pali students of all levels.
- Web resources for Pali students
Links to other websites offering CD-ROM editions of the Tipitaka, Pali discussion groups, Pali courses, etc.