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Tipitaka >> Sutta Pitaka >> Digha Nikaya >> Pali Version

The following freely available .PDF files were taken from www.tipitaka.org. These are from Vipassana Research Institute. These contain the original words in Pali language.
The translation of original Pali words can never convey exact meaning, hence these are being provided for research & comparison. The www.tipitaka.org website also contains files in many other languages.
It is also to be mentioned that in original Pali language Buddha is referred as Bhagava(God), Bhagvanta(God), Sattha/Satthu(Teacher).

Digha Nikaya in Pali-English Edit

Mula(Main) Version:

File:Silakkhandhavaggapali mula.pdf

File:Mahavaggapali mula.pdf

File:Pathikavaggapali mula.pdf

Atthakatha (Explanations):

File:Silakkhandhavaggatthakatha.pdf

File:Mahavaggatthakatha.pdf

File:Pathikavaggatthakatha.pdf

Tika (Notes):

File:Silakkhandhavaggatika.pdf

File:Silakkhandhavaggaabhinavatika.pdf

File:Silakkhandhavaggaabhinavatika 2.pdf

File:Mahavaggatika.pdf

File:Pathikavaggatika.pdf

Digha Nikaya in Pali-Devnagri (Sanskrit/Hindi Script) Edit

Mula(Main) Version:

File:1.Silakkhandhavaggapali-dev.pdf

File:2.Mahavaggapali-dev.pdf

File:3.Pathikavaggapali-dev.pdf

Atthakatha (Explanations):

File:Silakkhandhavaggatthakatha-dev.pdf

File:Mahavaggatthakatha-dev.pdf

File:Pathikavaggatthakatha-dev.pdf

Tika (Notes):

File:Silakkhandhavaggatika-dev.pdf

File:Silakkhandhavaggaabhinavatika 1-dev.pdf

File:Silakkhandhavaggaabhinavatika 2-dev.pdf

File:Mahavaggatika-dev.pdf

File:Pathikavaggatika-dev.pdf

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