jayarava

My name is Jayarava which means Shout or Cry of Victory in Sanskrit. I have written a more full explanantion: Jayarava Sūtra. I am a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order and have been involved in the Triratna Buddhist Community for many years.

INTERVIEWS

Mantra, Tantra and the Art of Beautiful Writing

The Secular Buddhist


Updated 18 May 2012,
using Notepad


Jayarava.org is a more or less static place for me to store and display examples of my work in various mediums. It doesn't get updated very often, but it provides a backdrop to my other activity on the internet. This website is where you will find examples of my Art, Writing and Music. I've also included some thoughts about Buddhism.

I've just added a new page with some visual resources and essays
relating to paṭicca-samuppāda. (9 Jan 2010)

Just uploaded my translations of the Pāli source texts for the five niyamas.

Formerly I was a lot more active on the internet but these days my efforts are concentrated on two sites.

MY BOOKS

NEW: Talking to the Kālāmas

A new translation of the Kālāma Sutta along with a commentary which explores the meaning of the text, and explodes some myths about it.
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Visible Mantra

A resource for visualising and calligraphy of Buddhist mantras.
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Nāmapada.

namapada : a guide to names in the Triratna Buddhist OrderA guide to Sanskrit and Pali names used in the Triratna Buddhist Order.

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Pilgrimage Diary.

A personal account of my pilgrimage around the Buddhist holy sites in India in 2003/4.

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