The Tergar Institute, a new Buddhist educational facility on the outskirts of Kathmandu, on 20 September welcomed its inaugural cohort of students.
New research shows a range of attitudes to one’s own and other religions in three Buddhist countries, two Muslim countries, and one multifaith country
Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies held an opening ceremony to inaugurate His Holiness the Great 14th Dalai Lama Library and Learning Center.
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche has a long record of promoting Buddhist teachings in a variety of formats and for working to alleviate suffering more broadly.
Ven. Prof. K. L. Dhammajoti Receives Honorary Doctorate from the University of Kelaniya in Sri Lanka
The University of Kelaniya in Sri Lanka awarded Venerable Professor Emeritus Kuala Lumpur Dhammajoti an honorary Doctor of Literature degree on 18 August.
Khyentse Foundation announced that it has awarded this year’s Award for Outstanding PhD Dissertation in Buddhist Studies for Europe to Nils Martin.
Tibetan Nuns Project Announces a Record Number of Buddhist Nuns Taking Geshema Examinations in Dharamsala This Year
The Tibetan Nuns Project has announced that geshema examinations for 2023 began in Dharamsala on 21 July, with a record 132 Buddhist nuns taking part.
Young scholars joined the ongoing conversation about Buddhist pilgrimage, tourism, and travel in India
Khyentse Foundation Announces the Appointment of KF-Macready Senior Lecturer in Tibetan Buddhism at the University of Sydney
Khyentse Foundation has announced the appointment of Flavio A. Geisshuesler as KF-Macready Senior Lecturer in Tibetan Buddhism at the University of Sydney.
Khyentse Foundation Establishes New Chair in Buddhist Studies at International Buddhist College, Thailand
Khyentse Foundation has announced the establishment of a new chair in Buddhist studies at the International Buddhist College in Thailand.
HKU’s Centre of Buddhist Studies Introduces Buddhist Language Courses from Introductory to Advanced Levels
The Centre of Buddhist Studies at the University of Hong Kong will offer courses in the Buddhist languages of Pali, Sanskrit, and Tibetan.
Prof. Bausch will conduct research into early Vedic language and philosophy and how these relate to the development of early Buddhist ideas and practices