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Ajanta Relived: The Restorative Work of M. R. Pimpare
A conversation with one of India's prominent restoration artists
Uploaded 28 Mar 2019
Meritorious Gifts at Tibetan Buddhist Centers in France: Some Paradoxes
Culture and contradiction: Buddhism in the West
Uploaded 21 Apr 2017
Diplomacy, Heritage, and Cultural Pride: Reviving the Buddhist Legacy of Islamic Pakistan
Buddhism playing a vital role in Pakistan's Asian diplomacy
Uploaded 24 Feb 2017
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: The Case for Rebuilding the Bamiyan Buddhas to Their Original Glory
Recognizing the power of Asia's intangible heritage
Uploaded 27 Jan 2017
Tuva: Sacred Land of Turkic Shamanism and Tibetan Buddhism
A meeting of two spiritual traditions in the center of Asia
Uploaded 16 Dec 2016
Invisible Twice: A Lost Dance Mural
The story of a historic depiction of sacred Cham "dance ephemeral" in Bhutan
Uploaded 9 Dec 2016
Russia’s Golden Triangle of Buddhism
The flourishing of the Buddhist tradition in the Russian Federation
Uploaded 2 Dec 2016
One Year On: Restoring Quake-damaged Heritage Sites in Nepal
Signs of progress after snail's pace reconstruction
Uploaded 6 May 2016
The Kalmyk Restoration: Telo Tulku Rinpoche on a Russian Republic’s Buddhist Revival
Unique insights from the driving force behind the restoration of Buddhism in Kalmykia
Uploaded 23 Oct 2015
Heritage Cannot Wait: The Matho Museum Project
On a mission to preserve the Buddhist heritage of Matho Monastery
Uploaded 28 Aug 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Dreams of Justice
Buddhists believe in the infinite value of every sentient life. Human beings, while not blessed with divine authority over other living creatures, are uniquely equipped to attain enlightenment and ach
Uploaded 30 Apr 2015
Walking with Kukai–Becoming a Buddha: Pilgrimage in Shingon Buddhism
A look at Master Kukai's influence on Japanese pilgrimage
Uploaded 30 Jan 2015
“Buddhist Voices from the Land of Rivers:” Let Hope Rise from the Ashes
This is the fifth article in our series “Buddhist Voices from the Land of Rivers.” Here, John Cannon explores an appropriate response to the damage caused by communal clashes in Bangladesh.   On 16
Uploaded 2 Jan 2015
Inspiration at Wat Pho Temple, Bangkok
This summer, I was fortunate to have made a short visit to Thailand, a country that is home to thousands of Buddhist temples of wondrous appearance and beauty. The seemingly homogeneous architectural
Uploaded 29 Aug 2014
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