Collection of Pali Buddhist Chanting Audio (Without English)

Collection of Pali Buddhist Chanting Audio (Without English)

I have amassed a list of buddhist chanting (PALI LANGUAGE ONLY) with links. The purpose of this collection is to have easy access to buddhist chanting audios (outside of the common morning/evening pujas) in the pali language.


Five Subjects for Frequent Recollection

pg. 25 in wat metta chanting book

5 subjects for frequent recollection | Chanting - YouTube (poor quality)

The Sublime Attitudes / Universal well-being

Pg. 33 in Wat Metta chanting book.

OR

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Reflections - Universal Well Being - (Pali - page 40) - Amaravati Buddhist…

Morning and Evening Chanting (Puja), Reflections, and Suttas, as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Second Edition 2006 Amaravati Publications

Uddisanadhitthana Gatha, verse for dedicating merit / sharing blessings.

Pg. 38 in Wat Metta chanting book.

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Reflections - Sharing Blessings (Pali - page 32) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Morning and Evening Chanting (Puja), Reflections, and Suttas, as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Second Edition 2006 Amaravati Publications

Karaniya Metta Sutta, the discourse on Goodwill

Pg. 170 in Wat Metta chanting book.

Pali Chanting In The Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery | Theravada Buddhism - YouTube starts at 10:45

OR Reflections - The Buddhas Words on Loving-Kindness (Pali - page 36-38) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Dhamma-cakaapavattana Sutta - the discourse on setting the wheel of dhamma in motion.

pg. 45 in wat metta chanting book.

Found here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org.

OR Chanting

Anatta-Lakkhana Sutta - the discourse on not-self characteristic.

pg. 55 in wat metta chanting book

Anatta-lakkhana Sutta | Abhayagiri Sangha - YouTube starts at 1:00

OR Suttas - Anatta Sutta - (page 15) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Aditta-pariyaya Sutta - The Fire Discourse

pg. 64 in wat metta chanting book

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Suttas - Aditta-Pariyaya Sutta - (page 25) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Parittas and Suttas as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Amaravati Publications

Maha-samaya Sutta - the great meeting.

pg. 71 in wat metta chanting book

Found here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org.

Dhammasangani matika path, the list from the dhamma groupings.

pg. 142 in wat metta chanting book

Pali Chanting In The Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery | Theravada Buddhism - YouTube starts at 0:30.

Vipassana-Bhumi Patha - the bases for insight.

pg. 146 in wat metta chanting book

Pali Chanting In The Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery | Theravada Buddhism - YouTube starts at 6:00

Patthana Matika Patha - the list of casual conditions.

pg. 150 in wat metta chanting book

Pali Chanting In The Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery | Theravada Buddhism - YouTube starts at 4:58.

Pansukula Gatha - reflections for the cast-off robes.

pg. 159 in wat metta chanting book

Pali Chanting In The Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery | Theravada Buddhism - YouTube starts at 13:35

Namakara Siddhi Gatha - verses on success through homage.

pg. 161 in wat metta chanting book

Paritta Chanting for Jordan’s Anagārika Ordination - YouTube starts at 3:10

OR Parittas - Yo Cakkhuma - (Page 34) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Namo-kara-atthakam - the homage octet.

pg. 165 in wat metta chanting book

Paritta Chanting for Jordan’s Anagārika Ordination - YouTube starts at 5:10

Mangala Sutta - the discourse on blessings.

pg. 166 in wat metta chanting book

Found here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org.

Cha Ratana Paritta Gatha - the six protective verses from the discourse on treasures

pg. 168 in wat metta chanting book

Found here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org.

OR Parittas - Yankinci Vittam - (page 41) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Khandha Paritta - the group protection

pg. 173 in wat metta chanting book

Found here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org.

OR https://amaravati.org/audio/parittas-virupakkehi-me-mettam-page-38/

Dhajagga Paritta - The top of the standard protection

pg. 177 in wat metta chanting book

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Parittas - Itipi So Bhagava - (page 44) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Parittas and Suttas as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Amaravati Publications

Buddha-jaya-mangala Gatha - the verses of the buddha’s victory blessings

pg. 181 in wat metta chanting book

Found here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org.

OR Parittas - Bahum Sahassam-abhinimmita - (page 50) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Jaya Paritta - the victory protection

pg. 184 in wat metta chanting book

Found here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org.

OR Paritta Chanting for Jordan’s Anagārika Ordination - YouTube starts at 10:35

OR Parittas - Mahakaruniko Natho - (page 52) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Abhaya Paritta - The danger-free protection

pg. 185 in wat metta chanting book

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Parittas - Yandunnimittam Avamangalanca - (page 46) - Amaravati Buddhist…

Parittas and Suttas as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Amaravati Publications

Devatayuyyojana Gatha - Verses Ushering the Devas back home

pg. 187 in wat metta chanting book

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Parittas - Dukkhappatta Ca Niddukkha- (page 51) - Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Parittas and Suttas as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Amaravati Publications

Taking the Eight Precepts (and three refuges)

pg. 192 in wat metta chanting book

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

Formal Requests - Three Refuges and the Eight Precepts (page 131-136) -…

Morning and Evening Chanting (Puja), Reflections, and Suttas, as used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups associated with the Western Forest Sangha in the lineage of Venerable Ajahn Chah. - Second Edition 2006 Amaravati Publications

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Notes

  • This does not include all of the chants found in the average Buddhist chantings book, but only the ones I could find audios for in pali language alone.
  • I recorded the page number according to the Dhammayut Order, Wat Metta Chanting Book translated by Thanisarro Bikkhu. There will be other page numbers in the links connected to other chanting books such as Amaravati’s chanting book.
  • There are sometimes different names for each chant depending on the chanting book / translator. The bolded title of the chants is the Pali and English according to Thanissaro bikkhu and the wat metta chanting book. Some of the links will have different titles.
  • I have included chanting from both amaravati and abhayagiri. While they have the same style of chanting and come from the same lineage, I included both when possible, even for the same chant, as the audios may have different qualities, rhythms, voices, etc.

Other references

All of the audios by Wat Metta / Thanisarro Bikkhu listed can be found online here: Pali Chants | dhammatalks.org. One can download them altogether at the bottom of the page. Within this, there are also Pali/English chanting audios for chants such as ‘The Verses on Friends’ or ‘contemplation of the body’. I could not find Pali only chanting audios of these chants, therefore, they are not included in the collection above.

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