Radhika Abeysekera began teaching and writing books on the Dhamma to help re-introduce Buddhism to immigrants in non-Buddhist countries. The books she has written are designed in such a manner that a parent or educator can use them to teach Buddhism to a child.
Mrs. Abeysekera feels strongly that parent should first study and practice the Dhamma to the best of their ability to obtain maximum benefits, because what you do not possess you cannot give to your child. Her books were also designed to foster understanding of the Dhamma among non-Buddhists, so that there can be peace and harmony through understanding and respect for the philosophies and faiths of others.
- Practicising the Dhamma with a View to Nibbana
- The Life of the Buddha
- Relatives and Disciples of the Buddha
- Questions and Answers in Buddhism, vol. 1
- Questions and Answers in Buddhism, vol. 2
- In the Footsteps of the Buddha
All of the above books have been published by The Corporate Body of the Buddha Educational Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan where there is no fees for the books and they are distributed for free, the printing and distribution paid by generous sponsors.