84000: Translating the Words of the Buddha has announced the organization’s first official full translation of a text from the Tibetan Tengyur.
84000: Translating the Words of the Buddha has announced a crowdfunding campaign to translate one of the longest and most significant Buddhist sutras.
The University of Notre Dame Wraps Up “Faith in the Story” Workshops Aiming to Enhance Religious Literacy
BDG senior correspondent Justin Whitaker joins fellow journalists and religious scholars and faith leaders to discuss our professions and the future of religion
Sarnath International Nyingma Institute Poised to Complete First-ever Encyclopedic Kangyur Catalogue
Khyentse Foundation has announced that a landmark project to compile a comprehensive “encyclopedia” of the Tibetan Kangyur is almost complete.
University of Hong Kong Announces New Buddhist Studies Lecture Series for 2023: “Buddhism and the Senses.”
The Centre of Buddhist Studies at the University of Hong Kong has announced a new series of lectures titled “Buddhism and the Senses.”
Samguk-yusa (Memorabilia of the Three Kingdoms), a 13th century text written by the renowned Korean Buddhist monk Il-yeon, is one of three historic texts from
Windows into Buddhism, a new online resource sharing the teaching of the Buddhadharma that is aimed at helping to educate young Buddhists and aspiring students
International Dunhuang Project to host conference at the British Library in December 2022, to mark success of four-year-long inititative to conserve, digitise, and publish 800 manuscripts of the Lotus Sutra
TLKY Lecture Series: HKU Centre of Buddhist Studies to Host Talks on Tibetan Buddhism by Dr. Albion M. Butters
The Centre of Buddhist Studies at the University of Hong Kong has announced two upcoming live-streamed talks on Tibetan Buddhism by the renowned scholar and
Academic conference on karma at Dartmouth covers interpersonal and universal karma, affinities, discourses, processes, and imaginaries, as well as collective karma as a tool of political mobilization in past and present Buddhism
The Buddhist Ministry Initiative at Harvard Divinity School celebrates its unique role in training Buddhist leaders to serve in a variety of roles outside of academia
Northwestern University Hosts Lotsawa Translation Workshop on Buddhist Women’s Voices in the Tibetan Tradition
The second Lotsawa Translation Workshop, titled “Celebrating Buddhist Women’s Voices in the Tibetan Tradition,” was held at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, from 13-16 October.