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Kruti Shah: A Celebration of Nature and Spirit
Artistic explorations of a spiritual journey
Uploaded 18 Aug 2017
Wildlife on the Brink
Addressing animal poaching and trafficking in South Africa
Uploaded 31 Mar 2017
Salvation Centre Cambodia — Fighting HIV/AIDS with the Buddha’s Army
Bringing hope to the poorest and most vulnerable
Uploaded 17 Mar 2017
The Khao Phansa Festival: The “Buddhist Lent” of Thailand
A look at one of Thailand's most important religious festivals
Uploaded 29 Jul 2016
<i>Excavations at Kanaganahalli (Sannati, Dist. Gulbarga, Karnataka)</i> – Book Review
A comprehensive study of a spectacular excavation of Buddhist history
Uploaded 18 Dec 2015
Deconstructing Daruma
Understanding Daruma as an expression of Zen philosophy
Uploaded 30 Oct 2015
A Reluctant Buddhist: How it Took Me Eight Years to Start Practicing in This Life
Sally Ember recounts her long path to Buddhism
Uploaded 4 Sep 2015
Art as Buddhist Practice—A Portrait of Tsunma Jamyang Donma
Harsha Menon talks with a creator of glass thangkas
Uploaded 21 Aug 2015
<i>Buddhist Art of Myanmar</i> - Exhibition Review
Whilst many museums around the world have historically collected works of art from Myanmar, few have mounted exhibitions dedicated to the Buddhist art of that country. The pioneering show Buddhist Art
Uploaded 10 Jul 2015
Zen and the Art of Tea Drinking—an Exhibition at the Freer
There is a painting in the Freer Gallery of Art’s current exhibition, Zen, Tea, and Chinese Art in Medieval Japan, that beautifully symbolizes the remarkable cultural exchange and synthesis that
Uploaded 18 Feb 2015
Herbie Hancock: Jazz, Grammy Awards, and Nichiren Buddhism
“Chameleon,” “Watermelon Man,” “I Thought it was You,” “Rockit,” “Cantaloupe Island,” . . . if any of these titles sound familiar, the name Herbie Hancock will surely set a jazzy tune automatically pl
Uploaded 21 Nov 2014
Celebrity Spotlight: From Aspiring Ballerina to Bond Girl, Michelle Yeoh
From aspiring ballerina to beauty queen to delivering blockbusters on screen—Michelle Yeoh’s achievements have captivated people all over the world. I remember watching the enchanting actress appear n
Uploaded 24 Oct 2014
Opening the Heart to Difficult People
Rick was a hardscrabble kid from Indiana who came to Zen Hospice Project’s (ZHP) four-patient guest house in downtown San Francisco with AIDS. He was not yet 20. I’d been volunteering
Uploaded 12 Sep 2014
Celebrity Spotlight: Richard Gere—A Movie Star and Buddhist Spokesperson
Julia Roberts’s enigmatic smile is perhaps one of the best highlights of the film Pretty Woman. But for a lot of us, Richard Gere’s charm is what made the film worthwhile (even after watch
Uploaded 27 Aug 2014
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