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Buddhists in Cambodia Enjoy an Empty Angkor Wat as Tourist Numbers Dwindle
While the economy suffers, Buddhist also see blessings in the global slowdown
Uploaded 16 Jun 2020
Ancient Buddhist Rock Carvings in Pakistan Vandalized
Caught between a hostile present and potentially destructive future developments
Uploaded 2 Jun 2020
Buddhists Express Concern Over Using Bodh Gaya as Coronavirus Quarantine Site
Tourism and pilgrimage hub to host stranded Indian returnees
Uploaded 19 May 2020
Vesak Goes Digital as Buddhists Head Online to Honor the Buddha
Vesak celebrations likely to be simpler and more reflective amid pandemic lockdowns
Uploaded 6 May 2020
Lighting the Mahabodhi Project Reaches Funding Target, Khyentse Foundation Says
Ambitious initiative expected to be completed on time and within budget
Uploaded 4 May 2020
Main Buddhist Monastery in St. Petersburg Seeks Help during Pandemic
Historic temple under pressure from national lockdown
Uploaded 29 Apr 2020
Korea Resumes Some Buddhist Temple-stay Programs as Social-distancing Rules Ease
Religious organizations in Korea restart some public services
Uploaded 22 Apr 2020
Archaeological Survey of India Begins Restoring Five Buddhist Pagodas in Bagan, Myanmar
Part of a larger program to repair quake-damaged Buddhist monuments
Uploaded 3 Apr 2020
Buddhist Bhutan Reports First Two Bhutanese Coronavirus Cases as Total Infections Rise to Four
Civil servants to donate a portion of salary to National COVID-19 Response and Relief Fund
Uploaded 30 Mar 2020
Tibetan Man in McLeod Ganj May Be Himachal Pradesh’s First COVID-19 Death
Initial tests came back positive for COVID-19, conclusive testing pending
Uploaded 24 Mar 2020
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