The Sajjhāya Tepiṭaka in Original Syām Pāḷi Manuscript Volume 1

  • Language : Thai, Syām Pāḷi, Siam, Thai Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi
  • Author : Dhamma Society Fund
  • Unique Identifier : ISBN 978-616-92449-7-4
  • Publication Date : 8 July 2016
  • Publisher : World Tipiṭaka Foundation
  • Rights : © World Tipitaka Foundation
  • Keywords : Dhamma; Vinaya; Tipitaka; Sajjhaya; Pali; Volume1
  • Description : The World Tipitaka edition in Pāḷi Notation with parallel corpus in Thai Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi and Roman Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi

Introduction

Since B.E. 2436 (1893), the King Chulalongkorn Chulachomklao of Syām Tipiṭaka Edition was distributed around 250 libraries and institutes around the world as a royal gift. The Syām Tipiṭaka Edition is the world first script in transcription of Pāḷi Manuscript. In B.E. 2559 (2016), The World Tipiṭaka Foundation and royal academic institution have researched the Pāḷi recitation in B.E.1 and developed from Syām Tipiṭaka Edition in transcription as Lahu and Garu vowel which is the world first Thai Phonetic Alphabet- Pāḷi

The transcription of Lahu Garu Thai Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi in the lower text is a new Pāḷi orthographic writing system, selected and proposed by the World Tipiṭaka Project and has been featured in the Royal Institute of Thailand's scholastic publication since 2014. It is based on the Pāḷi phonetic symbol system, which was first printed in the King Chulalongkorn Chulachomklao of Syām Tipiṭaka Edition B.E. 2436 (1893). The Lahu Sound (quick-syllable voicing in light-digital print) and Garu Sound (prolonged-syllable voicing in bold-digital print) are transcribed in accordance with the Kaccāyana-Pāḷi Grammar for Pronunciation as recorded in B.E. 1. (BCE. 543)

The digital segmentation of Pāḷi syallables as well as the Lahu Garu Phonetic Symbols for electronic devices were registered under the Patent of Creative Inventions No. 46390 in B.E. 2558 (2015). Its Computer Programming Copyrights are protected by International Intellectual Property Law. The World Tipiṭaka Foundation has therefore ensured a digital publication standard of Pāḷi sound as a gift of Dhamma for future media technology.

The Sajjhāya Tepiṭaka in Original Syām Pāḷi Manuscript has 40 volumes and the 1st Volume is the Vinaya Tipitaka Category.

The Sajjhāya Tepiṭaka in Pāḷi Notation Volume 1

  • Language : Thai, Thai Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi, Pāḷi Notation, Roman Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi Notation
  • Author : Dhamma Society Fund
  • Unique Identifier : ISBN 978-616-92449-8-1
  • Publication Date : 8 July 2016
  • Publisher : World Tipiṭaka Foundation
  • Rights : © World Tipitaka Foundation
  • Keywords : Dhamma; Vinaya; Tipitaka; Sajjhaya; Pali; Volume1; Notation
  • Description : The World Tipitaka edition in Pāḷi Notation with parallel corpus in Thai Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi and Roman Phonetic Alphabet-Pāḷi

Introduction

Since B.E. 2436 (1893), the King Chulalongkorn Chulachomklao of Syām Tipiṭaka Edition was distributed around 250 libraries and institutes around the world as a royal gift. The Syām Tipiṭaka Edition is the world first script in transcription of Pāḷi Manuscript. In B.E. 2559 (2016), The World Tipiṭaka Foundation and royal academic institution have researched the Pāḷi recitation in B.E.1 and developed from Syām Tipiṭaka Edition in as Pāḷi Notation.

The Pāḷi Notation is the new international phonographic writing system, selected and proposed by the World Tipiṭaka Project and has been featured in the Royal Institute of Thailand's scholastic publication since 2014. It is based on the Pāḷi phonetic symbol system which was first printed in the King Chulalongkorn Chulachomklao of Syām Tipiṭaka Edition B.E. 2436 (1893). The Lahu Sound (quick-syllable voicing in light-digital print) and Garu Sound (prolonged-syllable voicing in bold-digital print) are transcribed in accordance with the Kaccāyana-Pāḷi Grammar for Pronunciation as recorded in B.E. 1. (BCE. 543)

The digital segmentation of Pāḷi syallables as well as the Lahu Garu Phonetic Symbols for electronic devices were registered under the Patent of Creative Inventions No. 46390 in B.E. 2558 (2015). Its Computer Programming Copyrights are protected by International Intellectual Property Law. The World Tipiṭaka Foundation has therefore ensured a digital publication standard of Pāḷi sound as a gift of Dhamma for future media technology.

The Sajjhāya Tepiṭaka in Pāḷi Notation has 40 volumes and the 1st Volume is the Vinaya Tipitaka Category.

The World Tipiṭaka Editon in Roman Script Volume 1

  • Language : Pāḷi in Roman Script
  • Author : ML Maniratana Bunnag Dhamma Society Fund
  • Unique Identifier :
  • Publication Date : 01 Jan 2005
  • Publisher : World Tipiṭaka Foundation
  • Rights : © Dhamma Society Fund
  • Keywords : Dhamma; Vinaya; Tipiṭaka ; Roman; Pāḷi Volume 1
  • Description : The World's First Complete Tipiṭaka Edition in Roman Script

Introduction

Since the year 1999, the Dhamma Society Fund in Thailand has been revising the 1958 Sixth Council Edition with other editions to remove all printing and editorial errors. This romanized version in 40 volumes, known as the World Tipitaka Edition, was completed in 2005. The 40-volume Tipitaka Studies Reference appeared in 2007.

The Dhamma Society Fund is currently printing the World Tipitaka Edition in Roman Script based on the B.E. 2500 Great International Tipitaka Council Resolution (1958 Sixth Buddhist Council) with sponsorship from the Royal Matriarch of Thailand, Tipitaka patrons and leaders of business community, for distribution as a gift of Dhamma worldwide, with a priority for the libraries and institutes around the world which had received the Syām-script Tipitaka as a royal gift from King Chulalongkorn Chulachomklao of Syām over a century ago.

The World Tipiṭaka Editon in Roman Script has 40 volumes and the 1st Volume is the Vinaya Tipitaka Category.

The Chulachomklao of Siam Pāḷi Tipiṭaka Volume 1

  • Language : Thai, Syām Pāḷi, Siam
  • Author : M.L. Maniratana Bunnag Dhamma Society Fund under 19th Patronage of His Holiness the Supreme Patronage of Thailand
  • Unique Identifier :
  • Publication Date : 01 Jan 2007
  • Publisher : World Tipiṭaka Foundation
  • Rights : © Dhamma Society Fund
  • Keywords : Dhamma; Vinaya; Tipiṭaka ; Siam; Pāḷi Volume 1
  • Description : the digital preservation project of Chulachomklao Pāḷi Tipiṭaka

Introduction

In 1893, the King Chulalongkorn Chulachomklao of Siam revolutionized the traditional Buddhist depository convention --the King published the Tipiṭaka in Book-form for the first time. In stead of inscribing the sacred Pāḷi texts by hand in old Khmer script, the King ordered a new edition, totaling 39 volumes, to be printed in modern-typeface of the Siam script.

With the efficiency of printing technology of the day, such as, Western printing machinery and local book-binding in Bangkok, these newly edited Siam-script Tipiṭakas were sent as a royal gifts to 260 institutes across five continents in 1896.

In 2007 Dhamma Society completed the digital preservation project of this historic set and published the digital preservation edition in 40 volumes, entitled Chulachomklao Pāḷi Tipiṭaka.

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