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Here’s a summary of all languages currently represented in the Triratna Translation Project - with Myanmar our latest addition!
Afrikaans | Amharic | Arabic | Aramaic | Armenian | Balinese | Bantu | Basque | Belarusan | Bengali | Berber | Breton | Bulgarian | Cantonese | Catalan | Chechen | Cherokee | Cheyenne | Chinese | Coptic | Cree | Creole | Croatian | Czech | Danish | Dutch | Egyptian | Eskimo | Esperanto | Estonian | Farsi | Finnish | Flemish | French | Gaelic | German | Greek | Hawaiian | Hausa | Hebrew | Hindi | Hungarian | Icelandic | Indonesian | Irish | Italian |Japanese | Kannada | Khmer | Klingon | Konkani | Korean | Kurdish | Lao | Lakhota | Latin | Latvian | Lithuanian | Macedonian | Malay | Malayalam | Maltese | Manchu | Mandinka | Manx | Maori | Marathi | Mohawk | Mongolian | Myanmar | Navajo | Nepalese | Norwegian | Oriya | Pali | Pidgin | Polish | Portuguese | Punjabi | Quechua | Quenya | Rasta | Romanian | Romany | Russian | Samoan | Sanskrit | Serbian | Sign Language | Sinhalese | Slovak | Slovene | Sogdian | Somali | Sorbian | Spanish | Swabian | Swahili | Swedish | Tagalog | Taiwanese | Tahitian | Tamil | Telugu | Thai | Tibetan | Tongan | Turkish | Ukrainian | Urdu | Uyghur | Uzbek | Vietnamese | Walloon | Welsh | Wolof | Xhosa | Yoruba | Zulu
All the above have been assembled into a handsome hardback book, ‘Buddhist Ceremonies in Many Languages’, available from Lulu.
You can also click here for a summary of the main Triratna Dharma Resources already in translation. Languages in bold but not hyperlinked indicate that the Triratna Buddhist Community has an active group in that language, but don’t yet have anything up on the web. Any questions, comments or suggestions? Please email us at translations [at] triratnadevelopment.org.