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When Dance Transforms
Capturing the ephemeral art of Buddhist dance
Uploaded 24 Jun 2016
Sigmund Freud Meets Nezha the Child Deity: <i>Oedipal God</i> – Book Review
A tour de force that raises the bar for scholarly daring
Uploaded 31 Dec 2015
The Nostalgia of 2,500 Years: Celebrating South Asia’s Buddhist Heritage
Buddhist traditions and spiritual heritage of the region
Uploaded 18 Dec 2015
<i>Patrons and Patriarchs</i> – Book Review
Tracing the emergence of Chan Buddhism in China
Uploaded 20 Nov 2015
Following Ancient Traces
Ladakh-Zanskar maintains a cultural ecology of Cham that exists nowhere else
Uploaded 16 Oct 2015
<i>Buddhism and Islam on the Silk Road</i> – Book Review
One of the best studies on Buddhist-Islamic history
Uploaded 28 Nov 2014
“The All-Knowing Buddha: A Secret Guide”
In 1920, a Belgian missionary posted in Inner Mongolia received a mysterious gift from a Mongolian Tibetan-Buddhist monk: 54 painted pages illustrating various Buddhas, bodhisattvas, yoga positions, c
Uploaded 21 Nov 2014
Pristine Pure Land Buddhism: My Final Choice
An Easy Path for Uncultured People   I first approached Buddhism as a philosophy in 1988, when I was searching for the truth about life and the universe. Over time, however, my interest changed from
Uploaded 7 Nov 2014
Secrets of the Esoteric Empire: The Tangut Script
Decoding the esoteric script of the Tangut Empire's royal family
Uploaded 15 Aug 2014
A Gem of an Album from Dechen Shak-Dagsay
Jewel: Joyful Heart through Precious Tibetan Mantras, 2011. Dechen Shak-Dagsay/Van Dyk Music World Music/Tibet Distributed in Europe by SILENZIO MUSIC AG Badstrasse131 / D-91349 Egloffstein (Germany
Uploaded 18 Jan 2013
A Photo Journal of Tantric Buddhism at Kenbisan
The visual traces of tantric Buddhism in Japan and China
Uploaded 24 Jan 2011
Crazy Wisdom: An Outsider’s Path to Enlightenment
There are many tales within Buddhist literature about people who go against social norms, do strange things, disobey authority and act quite strangely! Often these characters illustrate the benefits o
Uploaded 1 Aug 2010
Adaptation and Caution: A response to Oscar Tang’s “Spiritual Autarky”
The Buddha once decreed that the Dharma be spoken in one’s own language. The doctrine of skilful means (upāya) indicates that “language” does not literally mean one’s native tongue alone: the Dharma m
Uploaded 1 May 2010
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