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Meritorious Gifts at Tibetan Buddhist Centers in France: Some Paradoxes
Culture and contradiction: Buddhism in the West
Uploaded 21 Apr 2017
The Many Forms of Avalokiteshvara
The most widely revered bodhisattva
Uploaded 25 Nov 2016
The Perfection of Giving
On the delight of generosity, practiced with mindfulness and unconditional love
Uploaded 24 Mar 2016
Threads of Tranquillity in the Paintings of Trang T. Lê
Vietnamese American artist on the calming, healing effect of painting
Uploaded 18 Mar 2016
Flower of Perfection: The Lotus in Buddhist Art
Understanding the significance of the lotus motif in Buddhist art and philosophy
Uploaded 27 Nov 2015
Embracing the Moment: The Buddhist Photography of Alan McArthur
Buddhist Novice Monks, Chiang Mai, Thailand. By Alan McArthur, 2010?. Photograph courtesy of the artist. Of all the artists I have known personally over the years who have featured Buddhist subjects
Uploaded 20 Mar 2015
Stitching as Meditation in the Pieced-Silk Thangkas of Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo
Religion and meditation in woven art
Uploaded 22 Aug 2014
One Hundred Million Blessings: Happy Saka Dawa!
To the uninitiated, Vajrayana’s ritualistic and esoteric appearance can make some observances seem heavy and difficult to comprehend. Tantric texts are laden with difficult religious vocabulary and in
Uploaded 21 May 2014
Protecting the Heritage of Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhism
Among the Buddhist cultures that are in dire need of preservation, two names stand out amongst the snows and deserts of Eurasia: snow-capped Tibet and sandswept Mongolia. The National Library of Mongo
Uploaded 23 Feb 2013
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