Lotsawa House is a virtual library currently hosting more than 580 translations in seven languages and more than 300 original texts in Tibetan. This represents the combined efforts of 28 translators, working in collaboration with lamas, khenpos and geshes, as well as editors, inputters, proofreaders, designers and many more.
84000: Translating the Words of the Buddha, a registered global non-profit initiative, aims to translate all of the Buddha’s words into modern languages, and to make them available to everyone, free of charge.
A project of Khenpo Karma Namgyal at the Karma Lekshey Ling Institute in Nepal, Dharma Downloads provides texts relating to Mahamudra, Buddhist philosophy, the collected works of great masters, and various pujas.
Check out these links for other useful dharma resources around the web.
Offered by the Tibetan and Himalayan Library, this is a valuable resource when translating Tibetan to English, or vice versa!
The Tibetan lunar calendar, courtesy of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. Days are marked that are auspicious and inauspicious for various activities, and days that are favorable and unfavorable according to the combination of elements: earth, air, fire and water. These combinations impact the effectiveness of one’s activities as well as one’s health.