Archaeologist Claims to Have Identified Two Lost <i>Vajrasanas</i> in Bodh Gaya
17 Sep 2021
By Craig Lewis
Findings to be presented to the public in October
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Offers Help as Haiti Recovers from Massive Earthquake
16 Sep 2021
Taiwanese organization has a long history of working with the Haitian people
India Plans “First-Ever” Global Buddhist Conference in November
15 Sep 2021
Prime minister to present new Award for Promotion of Buddhist Studies
Thai Buddhist Monks Draw Condemnation and Praise over Current Affairs Discussion
14 Sep 2021
With political jokes and laughter, the pair drew up to 200,000 viewers
Khyentse Foundation’s Kumarajiva Project Shifts Focus to Training Translators
13 Sep 2021
Translation of 14 sutras and three commentaries recently completed
Buddhist Temples in Cambodia Open for Pchum Ben Festival amid Pandemic Caution
10 Sep 2021
Traditional festival to make merit for the living and the dead
Vajrayana Institute of Australia Presents Global Online Conference on Buddhism and Modern Life in the Pandemic
9 Sep 2021
Teachers from around the world speak on problems particular to this time
Buddhist Monks in Bhutan Join Movement to Raise Awareness of Sexual Health and Rights
8 Sep 2021
Imparting critical health and hygiene knowledge in rural communities
Future of Ancient Buddhist City of Mes Aynak, Afghanistan in Doubt Again after Taliban Takeover
7 Sep 2021
Site could prove to be one of the most important in Buddhist history
Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya Reopens to the Public After Months of Lockdown
6 Sep 2021
Entry to the temple’s inner shrine limited to 10 people at a time
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