From left to right: Michelle Bernard, Publishing Controller; Dhammamegha, Publishing Director; Helen Lewis, Marketing and Customer Services (Photo by Jeremy Peters)
Windhorse Publications is a Buddhist charitable company based in the UK. We seek to produce accessible and relevant books of high quality for all those interested in Buddhism at whatever level.
We are the main publisher of Sangharakshita, the founder of the Triratna Buddhist Order. We seek to draw on the whole range of the Buddhist tradition, including translations of traditional texts, commentaries, books that make links with contemporary culture and ways of life, biographies of Buddhists, and works on meditation. As a not-for-profit enterprise, we ensure that surplus income is invested in new books and improved production methods, to better communicate Buddhism clearly in the 21st century. We also welcome donations to help us continue our work – find out how you can support us here.
The Windhorse is a mythical animal that flies over the earth carrying on its back three precious jewels, bringing these invaluable gifts to all humanity: the Buddha (the ‘awakened one’), his teaching, and the community of all his followers.
Windhorse Publications wishes to gratefully acknowledge the support of the Triratna European Chairs’ Assembly Fund and the Future Dharma Fund.
Windhorse Publications Ltd
38 Newmarket Road, Cambridge, CB5 8DT, United Kingdom
Windhorse Publications Ltd is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 1104078). VAT number: 362414864.
Windhorse Publications is part of Triratna, an international Buddhist community. With more than sixty urban centres on five continents, members of the Triratna Buddhist Order offer classes in meditation and Buddhism, from introductory to deeper levels of commitment. There are also rural retreat centres, residential spiritual communities, ethical Right Livelihood businesses, and the Karuna Trust, a fundraising charity that supports social welfare projects in South Asia.
Members of Triratna are developing a unique approach to Buddhism, a creatively directed way of life for everyone in today’s world. For more information please visit the following sites: