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Three New Caves Discovered at Ancient Buddhist Site Near Nashik, India
Small dwellings likely used by Buddhist monastics before the first century
Uploaded 10 Jun 2021
Buddhist Temple to Open <i>Tripitaka Koreana</i> to the Public for the First Time
Collection of 80,000 woodblock Buddhist scriptures dated to the 13th century
Uploaded 7 Jun 2021
Virtual Course Explores Buddhism’s Prominent Role in Constitutional Law
Academics tackle the history of Buddhism, politics, and law
Uploaded 29 Apr 2021
Ethics Complaint about Gandharan Manuscripts Leads to Admonishment of Australian Academic
Importing Buddhist manuscripts into Australia may have violated international law
Uploaded 23 Feb 2021
Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Buddhist Complex in Pakistan
Site is one of the largest discovered in the region and could draw Buddhist tourists
Uploaded 9 Feb 2021
Archaeologists in India Discover Earliest Known Female-Led Monastery
Monastery appears to have trained women and focused on Mahayana doctrine
Uploaded 12 Jan 2021
Japan to Open Ancient Buddhist Pagoda to the Public for the First Time in a Decade
1,300-year-old pagoda to reopen after 10-year renovation project
Uploaded 8 Jan 2021
Researchers Uncover Hidden History in China’s Ancient Dunhuang Caves
Researchers analyze pigments and writing styles to date artwork
Uploaded 5 Jan 2021
UNESCO Lists Korea’s Buddhist Lantern Festival as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity
Yeondeunghoe festival of light celebrates the birth of the Buddha
Uploaded 4 Jan 2021
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