Publication is an important tool for projecting research and teaching material and is integral part of an educational institution. The Mahavihara undertakes various long and short term projects. Short-term projects include Doctoral Student’s Research, and publication of research volumes and monographs by the staff members and research scholars. Long-term projects include publication of Pali texts which are not yet published in Devanagari script, Hindi translation of the Pali Tipitaka, cataloguing, critical decipherment and publication of manuscripts. The compilation work of a Pali-Hindi Dictionary, first of its kind in India, has been started and is in progress.
The Mahavihara published the entire Pali Tipitaka with the publication of Pali-Hindi Dictionary vol. I part I that was released by H. E. the President of India on 2nd May, 2007. And some commentaries in Devanagari script was published for the first time in the early 1950’s. Eight Nava Nalanda Mahavihara Research Volumes have been further published. A section of other publications related to Buddhism have been published as well. The scope of research and publications include Pali literature, Sanskrit-Buddhist texts, Tibetan texts, Buddhist Philosophy, cultural, social and religious history of Buddhist countries of South-east Asia and other topics related to Buddhism.
Now the complete set of Pali Tripitaka (41 Volumes) published from Nava Nalanda Mahavihara, Nalanda is available for sale: