A new edition of What is the Dharma? by Sangharakshita is available in Dutch.
It can be bought either as hardback or paperback on lulu.com: link to both. Sadhu to all involved! Best wishes, Viryabodhi
Here is what Sobhanandi wrote on Facebook:
The translation from 10 years ago has been checked and improved where necessary. Sangharakshita says: What is the meaning of life? How can we experience true happiness? These questions are still relevant even though they have been asked many times.
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.
Tue, 31 Dec, 2013 - 13:20The Triratna Translations project aims to translate the main texts and ceremonies used in the Triratna Buddhist Community into as many of the world’s languages as possible. It recently celebrated its 30th language with the addition of Malayalam, principlal language of Kerala in southern India. Here’s what we’ve got so far - the
Wed, 22 Aug, 2012 - 15:57Latest news from the Triratna Translations project is that we’ve received texts in three new languages - Hungarian, Russian and Norwegian. Each now has translations of the Dedication Ceremony, the Threefold Puja, and the Refuges and Precepts - plus links to other Triratna translations, if any, available on the web. Many thanks to our three contributors - Derdak Tibor from Sajókaza, , Gunaketu from Oslo, and Suvannavira from Moscow...
Mon, 25 Jun, 2012 - 12:55Welcome to the Russian page of thebuddhistcentre’s Translation Project. We’re collecting basic Buddhist texts and ceremonies as used in the Triratna Buddhist Community, including of course Russian, in as many of the world’s languages as possible. You’ll find an excellent Russian-language introduction to both Buddhism and Triratna already online at www.buddhayana.ru. Here’s some links to specific texts: