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Mongolia’s Hope: Baasansuren Khadsuren, the Singing Abbot of Erdene Zuu
A reforming monk on a mission of spiritual and social revival
Uploaded 9 Feb 2019
The Bodhi Group: Singing in Praise of the Buddha
Sharing the Dharma through music
Uploaded 10 Mar 2017
International Conference in Tuva Marks Revival of Buddhism in Central Asia
Republic of Tuva hosts landmark Buddhist conference
Uploaded 4 Nov 2016
The Hanging Sculptures of the Little Western Paradise
Exploring a little-known jewel of Buddhist artistic expression
Uploaded 14 Oct 2016
The Reawakening of Tsogyal Latso: Birthplace of Yeshe Tsogyal—a Generation Reborn
Maintaining the lineage and legacy of Yeshe Tsogyal
Uploaded 22 Jan 2016
Enough
A time for reflection and focus during the Winter Retreat
Uploaded 4 Dec 2015
The Honey-offering Festival: Commemorating the Service of Animals to the Buddha
BD Dipananda on the origin of the Honey-offering Festival
Uploaded 11 Sep 2015
Dancers in High Places
Joseph Houseal on the Cham Dance in Ladakh
Uploaded 14 Aug 2015
The 16th Karmapa Remembered—An Interview with Ngödup Burkhar
Ngödup Burkhar on His Holiness the 16th Karmapa
Uploaded 14 Aug 2015
The Dalai Lama’s Official Birthday Celebration in Los Angeles
The festivities and discussions on the Dalai Lama's birthday
Uploaded 17 Jul 2015
Lilac Meditation
My mother loved gardening. When I was a child, she told me all the names of the different plants, trees, and flowers around our home and as we walked about in the world. “This is a hollyhock, ho
Uploaded 5 Jun 2015
Becoming a Buddhist in America
At 9,000 feet in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, surrounded by long-haired hippies chanting, praying, singing, smoking marijuana, ringing bells, and waving vajras, I was born. Although my parents were
Uploaded 5 Jun 2015
<i>Charya Nritya</i>: Ancient Buddhist Dances of Wisdom and Healing in the Modern World
Bringing the Buddhist dancing heritage to life
Uploaded 17 Apr 2015
“Buddhist Voices from the Land of Rivers:” Moanoghar, Beacon of Hope
This is the third article in our series “Buddhist Voices from the Land of Rivers.” Here, John Cannon describes his visit to Moanoghar, an educational institution for indigenous children in the Chittag
Uploaded 10 Oct 2014
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