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Decapitated Buddhas At Borobudur
From Java to the Met: Buddhism’s artistic legacy
Uploaded 15 Jan 2018
An Orgiastic Aha! Epilogue: Tucci in His Own Words
The unique legacy of a scholar and an adventurer
Uploaded 13 Jan 2018
Hasui and Horticulture: The Contemplative Botanical Art of Lindy B. Pollak
Interacting with the natural world via gardening and painting as everyday meditations
Uploaded 10 Jan 2018
Contemplating the Headless Buddha: The Photographic Work of Dinh Q. Lê
Photography as an artistic restructuring and reexamining of reality
Uploaded 9 Jan 2018
The Iconography of Nagas, Part Two: Syncretism and Science
Ophiolatry and creation mythology
Uploaded 5 Jan 2018
Rare 15th–16th Century Murals and Sculptures Found in Sichuan Province Shed New Light on Tibetan Art
First English-language account of this exciting discovery!
Uploaded 29 Dec 2017
Buddhism as a Bridge between India and the World: Interview with Prof. Shashi Bala
On the necessity of teaching Buddhism at Indian universities
Uploaded 18 Dec 2017
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: A Devotional Approach to Preserving Buddhism’s Treasures
Why a devotional approach to the preservation of sacred materials matters
Uploaded 8 Dec 2017
Giuseppe Tucci, an Orgiastic Aha! Part Three
The spiritual language of the living body
Uploaded 7 Dec 2017
Expressions of Emptiness: The Paintings and Sculptures of Yoshio Ikezaki
Using ki, water, and ink to express impermanence
Uploaded 6 Dec 2017
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