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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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Venerable Tsunma Lobsang Rinchen Khandro: Acting with Compassion for All Those Suffering from Adversity
Working with the Liberation Prison Project and establishing a medical clinic in Nepal
Uploaded 30 Jun 2017
Khenmo Konchog Nyima Drolma: Serving the Dharma and Sowing the Seeds of Monasticism in the West
A Western nun works to establish a monastic community in Portland
Uploaded 12 May 2017
A Path to Peace: The Engaged Buddhism of Venerable Tajay Bongsa
Giving gifts to the future
Uploaded 21 Apr 2017
Threads of Generosity — The Work of Artist Lee Mingwei
Buddhist expression in sound and beauty
Uploaded 17 Mar 2017
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
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