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Tools to help you find what you're looking for:


A site map to help you find your way:

                                    Home
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     +----------------------+---------+--------+---------------+
     |                      |         |        |               |
     |                      |      Getting     |               |
     |                      |      Started     |               |
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 Tipitaka         Path To Freedom     Text Archives   Other Sources
     |                      |                  |               |
     |                 +----+-----+            |         +-----+----+---+
  +--+---+------+      |    |     |            |         |     |    |   |
  |      |      |    dana  sila  ...           |   Meditation  |    |   |
Vinaya   |      |                              |               |    |  ...
         |      |               +---------+----+--+-----+   Pali    |
    Abhidhamma  |               |         |       |     |           |
                |            Forest      BPS    Study  ...        Books
              Sutta                       |
                |                  +------+------+
  +----+----+---+---+-------+      |      |      |
  |    |    |       |       |    Leaves  Wheels ...
Digha  |    |    Anguttara  |
       |    |               |
   Majjhima |            Khuddaka
            |               |
        Samyutta  +------+--+--+-----+-------+-----------+---------+
                  |      |     |     |       |           |         |
           Khuddakapatha |   Udana   |  Sutta Nipata     |      Therigatha
                         |           |               Theragatha
                   Dhammapada   Itivuttaka


See also a Map Showing the Major Divisions of the Tipitaka.


About that little "menu bar" across the top of each page:

The little "menu bar" that runs across the top of each page contains links to the pages that lie "above," according to the hierarchy represented by the site map. For example, if you look at the first chapter of the Dhammapada, you'll see a row of links running across the top of the page, like this:
Help | Home » Tipitaka » Sutta Pitaka » Khuddaka Nikaya » Dhammapada
Each of these links corresponds to one of the pages highlighted in bold in the site map above.

Still confused? Just ask for help.


Revised: Wed 27 October 1999
http://www.accesstoinsight.org/help.html