84000 is a non-profit, global initiative to translate all of the Buddha’s teachings into the modern languages in the form of an online database, to make them available for all. It is chaired by Dzongzar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, and has translations by reputed academics who have been generous contributors – while being endorsed by great scholars like His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin.
To view the Buddha’s teachings in one of the most unadulterated forms, we recommend this site as a crucial starting point for your journey into our country’s intellectual heritage.
To know more about this initiative, please visit the website at www.84000.co.
The ‘Treasury of Lives’ is an independent, non-profit project founded by the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation. It is a biographical encyclopaedia of Tibet, Inner Asia and the Himalayan region, and aims to catalogue the rich cultural heritage of these regions in as exhaustive a manner as possible. The encyclopaedia consists of peer-reviewed biographies, while also containing researched articles on the traditions and places found in the region.
Please visit the website at www.treasuryoflives.org.
'Rigpa Shedra Wiki' is an an online encyclopedia of Tibetan Buddhism hosting over 14,000 articles on contemporary teachers, historical masters, prayers and practices and many more. It also has a Tibetan-English dictionary along with a detailed categories page for easy reference of students.
Please visit the website at www.rigpawiki.org.