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Finding Excellence, Part 5: A Buddhist Land
The final part of this exciting series!
Uploaded 11 Nov 2016
Buddhism and Creative Writing, Part Two
Exploring creative writing as a Buddhist practice
Uploaded 21 Oct 2016
<i>Jataka Stories in Theravada Buddhism</i> and <i>The Ten Great Birth Stories of the Buddha</i> – Book Review
Collections of beloved tales of the Buddha's past lives
Uploaded 8 Jul 2016
<i>Devout Patrons of Buddhist Art</i> – Exhibition Review
Korean Buddhist art exhibit at The National Museum of Korea
Uploaded 24 Jul 2015
Fusion Art on the Move: The Mongolian Melting Pot
There are few better examples of the Mongolian Buddhist heritage than Ikh Khüree, known today as none other than Ulaanbaatar itself, the country’s capital. A seamless fusion of nomadic prac
Uploaded 6 Feb 2015
An intriguing Buddhist exhibit in Central London
Raymond Lam reviews Mokspace’s “Wisdom and Compassion” Buddhist Group Art Exhibition   Across from the venerable British Museum (which itself houses a vast collection of Budd
Uploaded 20 May 2013
Promoting Buddhism through culture and the arts
The experience of art often fulfills yearnings similar to the inspiration offered by religion. One more profound relationship between art and religion has historically been how it acts as a vehicle fo
Uploaded 6 May 2013
Pema Choling Institute: Education and Empowerment for the Women of Bhutan
Writer Christine Arpita works closely with Pema Choling to improve the lives and opportunities of nuns in Bhutan.  It is 4:45 a.m. and the bell sounds for morning practice in the temple area.  Eve
Uploaded 18 Jul 2012
On Sacred Tides: Maritime Buddhism and moving from the Silk Road to a “Great Circle”
Imagine you’re about to sail the azure sea and reap its more positive maritime possibilities: trade, prosperity, or perhaps cultural exchange. But have you thought about the perilous journeys
Uploaded 1 May 2012
An Introduction to Buddhist Art
Editor’s Note: Dr. Andrey Anatolyevich Terentyev studied Sanskrit, Tibetan and Indian Philosophies and Religions. He obtained his Ph.D. in the field of Oriental Studies (Russia). Currently, he i
Uploaded 28 Oct 2010
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