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Adrian (on behalf of the moderators)
Thank you for your kind and detailed message. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your kindness in providing us with all the suttas you have translated into English and the interpretations provided. We benefit so much from this work to deepen our understanding and practice.
We have been trained in the Theravada tradition by Cem Shen, our Turkish master (a lay teacher) since 2010. We are lay followers of Buddha and have a sangha around 300 students. Recently a small group of us started supporting our teacher with teaching duties. In this process recently I have translated Dhammapada and we are trying to get it published for general audience. Also we have translated with our teacher and my sangha the so-called cardinal suttas. I will below provide a list of these. On the other hand almost daily I am translating one or two suttas when my schedule allows. I am going through Anguttara Nikaya and translating suttas I see as critical for learning for our students. In total I estimate we have close to 100 suttas translated to Turkish.
In regard to your first question I am not sure whether I can manage translations with Bilara software (although I am a real fan of reading suttas with pali references on this website) given the workload. But I can try and see whether we can find a volunteer from our students to support this migration.
Again I would like to thank you for your kind interest…
List of Suttas:
3 MAIN SUTTAS:
OTHER IMPORTANT SUTTAS
Diamond that cuts through illusion (Thich Nath Hanh)