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Survey of Buddhist Healing Practices in Philadelphia Publicly Available
The Jivaka Project freely available on open-access website
Uploaded 23 Feb 2019
Lotus Tour of the Silk Road, 15–23 October 2016: Wuwei City Museum
A journey into the history of Buddhism in China
Uploaded 24 Mar 2017
The Sutra of the Great Siddhartha Festival
Visions and revelations from Bodh Gaya
Uploaded 6 Jan 2017
Living Dr. Ambedkar’s Vision
Babasaheb's legacy in the 21st century
Uploaded 18 Nov 2016
Beyond 2,600 Years of Buddhism: A Reflection on the 1st ASEAN Buddhist Conference on ASEAN Buddhists
Addressing communal religious violence and the revival of the bhikkhuni order
Uploaded 18 Nov 2016
In Kumarajiva’s Shadow: The Chinese Buddhist Monk Dao’an
How the life of Dao'an reflects the transmission of Buddhism to China
Uploaded 11 Mar 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Prisons and Buddhists
Lewis Lancaster and his longtime friend Danny Tam are the dynamic duo of Buddhist prison visitation. In an interview with this website in 2013, the emeritus professor of East Asian languages at UC Ber
Uploaded 12 Sep 2014
Consul General Prashant Agrawal is bringing a Buddhist dimension to Sino-Indian relations
(First published on May 23)A gentleman of culture is ideally one well travelled. But a government official who facilitates friendship between two countries has the responsibility of being a representa
Uploaded 1 Jun 2014
The Theravada Monastic Robe: The Design and Meaning
  The saffron robe of a Theravada Buddhist monastic is instantly recognizable to Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike. But what is the origin, function and meaning of the design? In ancie
Uploaded 10 Apr 2014
The Prince-Monk of Parthia: The Legacy of An Shigao
He came from ArsakesHe came, his camel’s bells jingling, Eastwards from enigmatic Persian lands.   He descended from his royal throne, Sparrows twittering as his brick-red robe fell acr
Uploaded 14 Feb 2014
Corporate Craving and Buddhist Compassion: Is There a Middle Path for Buddhist Business?
INTRODUCTION I would like to begin by stating a few of my assumptions regarding Buddhism and Buddhists before entering into a discussion of the topic.   First of all, when I dis
Uploaded 1 Mar 2012
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