This is the second article on translation within Triratna, by Viryabodhi, coordinator of the International Triratna Translations Board (ITTB), which goes more into specific challenges in translating the Dharma.
This is the first article in a series of articles on translation within Triratna, by Viryabodhi, coordinator of the International Triratna Translations Board (ITTB). The next article, which will go more into the challenges, will be published within the next month or so.
Read Prakashika’s story of translating ‘Sailing the Worldly Winds’ into Hebrew and eventually getting it published.
לשוט עם רוחות העולם – מדריך בודהיסטי לצליחת סערות החיים / וג’רגופטה
Earlier today I finally received my printed copies of the Hebrew translation of Sailing the Worldly Winds – A Buddhist Way through the Ups and Downs of Life by Vajragupta. It’s hard to describe the feeling of flicking through this little book, seeing it stand on its own, after being in the making for some 18 months.
We’re in Europe – in the Nordic region, as it happens – for day five of the International Council Online.
What is a Strand?, we hear you ask. Watch on for a perfect definition + a window into the delights and challenges of joining in with a global context from a remote town in Sweden and from Helsinki, capital of Finland.
- Language issues for non-English speakers in Triratna. - Highlights of the week. - Forming strong connections based in good work.
Countdown to #buddhaday !⠀ ⠀ Live from Mexico, we will hear 3 short talks given by Order Members from the 3 Triratna Buddhist Centres in Mexico about how they are inspired by the Buddha. Followed by a devotional ritual to the 3 jewels of the Buddha, the Truth, and the Spiritual Community… 💎💎💎 All in Spanish with English translation. ⠀ ⠀ En vivo desde méxico escucharemos tres charlas por miembros de la Order de centros budistas...
Very pleased to announce the publication of a Hebrew translation of “What is the Dharma”.
אני שמחה לבשר ש”מהי הדרמה” בתרגום לעברית יצא לאור.
This is the first Hebrew translation of a Triratna book. May it be of benefit to many people!