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Sake Sales, Online Funerals, and Zen Apps — Japan’s Buddhists Seek to Overcome COVID-19 Financial Losses
New developments as Japanese Buddhism struggles to remain relevant
Uploaded 11 Mar 2021
Buddhist Bhutan the First Nation to Receive Free COVID-19 Vaccines from India
India to distribute millions of free doses in vaccine diplomacy push
Uploaded 29 Jan 2021
Pandemic Boosts Interest in Buddhist-Inspired Mindfulness and Meditation Apps
Lockdowns have brought stress and new opportunities to take up this ancient practice
Uploaded 26 Jan 2021
Dalai Lama-Greta Thunberg Dialogue a Call to Action for a Planet in Peril
Signs of hope amid the growing climate emergency
Uploaded 13 Jan 2021
Dalai Lama Concludes Teachings on the <I>Heart Sutra</I> for Korean Buddhists
Short discourse has served as a starting point for a wide and deep commentary
Uploaded 7 Jan 2021
Tibetan Monk Shows No Signs of Decay 26 Days after Clinical Death
The monk is believed to have entered a rare meditative state
Uploaded 17 Dec 2020
In Historic Move, Himalayan Development Organization Appoints New Leader from Bhutan
New ICIMOD head expected to nurture cooperation amid crisis
Uploaded 7 Sep 2020
Tibetan Buddhist Monk Geshe Jampa Gyatso Reported to Have Attained a State of <i>Thukdam</i>
Scientists examine Geshe Gyatso’s condition during the period of thukdam
Uploaded 21 Aug 2020
International Buddhist Conference in Kalmykia Marks the 420th Birth Anniversary of Zaya Pandita
Discussing the science of preserving Buddhism's heritage
Uploaded 19 Nov 2019
Buddhist Scholars, Russian Scientists Probe Neurology of Death Meditation
Scientists study monks in deep meditation known as thukdam
Uploaded 11 Nov 2019
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