Digital Resources for Buddhist Studies

RSS Feed From the Hopkins Archive

Posted by billmagee on 2009/11/25

Since the Hopkins Tibetan Treasures Research Archive content is licensed for public domain, it can be data-mined for a number of educational purposes.
Recently I have developed a RSS feed for the Hopkins archive that I have called, “A Tibetan Course for Oral Translation Training”. The first installment of the feed consists of 64 units, each consisting of one sentence of Geshe Nga-wang-lek-den teaching Tsong-ka-pa’s Three principal Aspects of the Path” and the translation of that sentence by Jeffrey Hopkins. Each month I will post another installment of the feed, for a total of 19 installments.

Note: second month posted!

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