Bodhgaya News Website in 2015
January 27, 2015. Melbourne. This year the site will keep on running. इसमें एक नई बात है कि मैं अब साइट पर हिन्दी में भी लिख लूँ, जो अच्छी बात है। Most visitors are coming to consult the Pali Canon:
Online Database which will keep running. The Hindi teaching resources are now enhanced with a new set of pages currently being tested called हिन्दी एक्स्प्रेस. These materials are intended to support the first semester of online learning for students studying with ANU from Canberra. The apni dukan activity is currently offline for upgrading.
For stories about Bodhgaya there are are now interesting news sites such as Rajasthan Patrika which published a number of Bodhgaya stories in 2014, such as http://www.patrika.com/news/bodh-gayas-mahabodhi-temple-just-got-an-income-tax-notice/1036876
December 23, 2013. Melbourne. During 2014 this website will continue
to run in this coming year and feature mainly three types of resources.
The original archives of English translations of Hindi news stories
related to Bodhgaya from 2002 to 2013, accessible though the "archives"
links on the right, for more see http://www.bodhgayanews.net/index2013.html
The Hindi studies resources, accessible through the Hindi Studies
Icon at the top right, which include a number of useful dictionary resources
and links to other sites. Including a shopping activity from May 2013
The Buddhist Studies resources, accessible through the Buddhist Studies
icon at the top left. There you will find the links to a database of
the complete Buddhist Canon in Pali language and links to other useful
sites, see Pali Canon:
Finally, there are also still links to pages related to my publications
I am not currently indending to continue translating Bodhgaya news
and posting those items here, as in part in the decade since I began
this site the accessiblity of stories about Bodhgaya has improved, and
although Google translate still can't handle long complex sentences
it does now allow for non-Hindi speakers to get at least an idea of
the kind of stories being covered in the Hindi press. In order to do
this you can use the Google Hindi paper search link on the right hand
side navigation of this page and then see what Google makes of the translation.