Key to Pali Primer
Twenty-five centuries ago, Pāli was the lingua franca of northern India, the dialect in which the Buddha taught. Just as Sanskrit is the canonical language of Hinduism and Latin the canonical language of Catholicism, Pāli is the classical language in which the teachings of the Buddha have been preserved. Tipitaka (Pali canon) i.e. literally meaning three baskets which contains teachings of the Buddha, are in Pali language.
This book is a second part of the book published by VRI titled as ‘Pali primer’, which gives a basic introduction to Pali language. This book contains answers to the exercises provided in the book ‘Pali primer.’
It is ideal for Vipassana meditators as well as non-meditators, interested in learning Pali language and research scholars interested in the Buddha’s teaching.