Tag: Windhorse Publications

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Read Samples of Upcoming Windhorse Publications

Read Samples of Upcoming Windhorse Publications

By Sadayasihi on Fri, 18 Jan, 2019 - 12:27

Windhorse Publications have a number of new books in the pipeline for 2019 - from the next four volumes of the Complete Works of Sangharakshita to books by Vajragupta, Paramananda, Anālayo and David Brazier.   

Read more about Windhorse Publications in 2019 

Some good news: You can now read the forewords of the next four volumes of the Complete Works (which will be published and sent to subscribers in April 2019) online!

  • Vol 2: The Three Jewels I 
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Buddhist Centre Features
Buddhist Centre Features

Dr Ambedkar, Sangharakshita and the Buddhist Revolution - Part 2

By mokshini on Sun, 4 Sep, 2016 - 22:28

Here’s part 2 of a conversation on Dr Ambedkar, Sangharaskhita and the Buddhist Revolution at the European Chairs Assembly Day 7.  Windhorse Publications have chosen the celebration of Dr Ambedkar this October as the occasion to launch the first volume of the ‘Complete Works’  and here Priyananda tells us all about it!

More information on the Windhorse Publications website  - and do remember you can pre-order your copy of this volume  from the second week of September,...

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Mind In Harmony by Subhuti - Free Excerpt

Mind In Harmony by Subhuti - Free Excerpt

By Candradasa on Mon, 23 Mar, 2015 - 16:31

Subhuti’s Mind in Harmony: A Psychology of Buddhist Ethics is now available on the Windhorse Publications website in both paperback and eBook format. It has been funded by many generous Mind in Harmony sponsors, who make publishing new Dharma books possible. Although the book is now out, Windhorse are still just under £500 short of their full target, so more donations would be very...

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Windhorse Publications - Small Buddhist Publishing In A Digital Age

By Candradasa on Thu, 23 Oct, 2014 - 20:41
Publishing in the 21st Century is all about change and adapting to challenging conditions, with lower profits from online sales and increased competition from digital formats. Windhorse Publications, a small independent Buddhist publisher in Cambridge, UK, is meeting the digital challenge of this and share their experience with us in a fascinating discussion that’s relevant to anyone looking to publish books in the age of the Kindle and the iPad…

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