An extended article in a Japanese business weekly highlights an interconnected and inexorable nexus of factors for Buddhism’s ongoing decline
The discovery will prompt further exploration in hopes of gaining deeper knowledge into the history of early Buddhism
Buddha statue further illustrates ancient ties across the pre-modern world
Von Wiegand’s work has been hailed as perhaps one of the first American artists to produce an image of “Modern Buddhism.”
The newly visible stupa has become a pilgrimage site for Buddhists as drought hits the region
Khyentse Foundation has announced that a collection of 2,000-year-old Buddhist manuscripts have been donated to the Islamabad Museum in Pakistan.
Leaders in India hope the focus on Buddhism will boost political connections and tourism for Buddhist heritage sites in the country
As many across India prepare to celebrate the great leader, there is still much disagreement about how best to honor his legacy
Dance form nearly lost under Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime is finding new life in the United States
A replica of the iconic eastern gateway to the Great Stupa of the ancient Sanchi Buddhist complex in central India was recently unveiled in Berlin.
The Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism has announced plans to restore a 1,300-year-old statue of the Buddha that is believed to have been toppled 600 years ago.