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About Buddhism in America

 

Harsha Menon is an artist, film-maker, scholar, and writer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work has screened at the Sundance Film Festival and the Venice Biennale. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, she is also a director of the Buddhist charity, Dongyu Gatsal Ling Initiatives.

Buddhism in America is published monthly.

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Katog Choling Mountain Retreat Center: the Dharma Takes Root
Sharing the Buddhist path in challenging times
Uploaded 10 Feb 2017
Venerable Dr. Bhikkhu Praghyalok — 40 Years of Buddhist Service
A remarkable legacy of the living Dharma
Uploaded 20 Jan 2017
Kim Cang Monastery – the Blossoming of an American Temple
A thriving Dharma community making a difference
Uploaded 18 Nov 2016
A Vote for Compassion
Awakening respect and compassion for all sentient beings
Uploaded 14 Oct 2016
Building Bridges Between the United States and Nepal, the Story of a Divine Collaboration
The establishment of a female monastic community in Kathmandu
Uploaded 22 Jul 2016
Indiana Buddhist Temple: Spreading the Light of Compassion across America’s Heartland
Nurturing the garden of Buddhist compassion
Uploaded 27 May 2016
The Compassion of Guanyin in Carmel, New York
Visiting an exquisite haven of Buddhism
Uploaded 29 Apr 2016
From Seoul to Somerville: The Founding of a Korean Won Buddhist Temple in Massachusetts
Tracing the spiritual journey of Rev. Youngju Kim
Uploaded 4 Mar 2016
Lama Palden Drolma: Transmitting the Teachings to the West
A profile of a Western female lama in North America
Uploaded 5 Feb 2016
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