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Demolition Work at Larung Gar Halted as Winter Closes In
Expulsion of monastic residents suspended
Uploaded 19 Jan 2017
Mining Giant Threatens Future of the World’s Most Northerly Buddhist Monastery
Shad Tchup Ling in the Northern Urals faces demolition deadline
Uploaded 16 Jan 2017
Bodh Gaya Transformed as 34th Kalachakra Ceremony Gets Underway
Hundreds of thousands gather to receive transmission from HH the Dalai Lama
Uploaded 10 Jan 2017
Tourism Boom Threatens to Turn “Little Lhasa” into a Concrete Jungle
Burgeoning tourism industry swamps McLeod Ganj
Uploaded 3 Jan 2017
His Holiness the Karmapa Makes Historic Visit to Arunachal Pradesh
Lineage connection with the region established by the first Karmapa
Uploaded 7 Dec 2016
Japan Seeks World Heritage Status for Country’s Oldest Buddhist Pilgrimage Route
Local governments look to promote pilgrimage that visits 88 temples
Uploaded 28 Nov 2016
Kathmandu’s Boudhanath Stupa Formally Reopens After Reconstruction
Buddhists in Nepal overjoyed at symbolic restoration of iconic monument
Uploaded 23 Nov 2016
Reconstruction of Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu Nears Completion
Stupa to reopen to the public with a Buddhist ceremony later this month
Uploaded 16 Nov 2016
Forgotten Japanese Temple in Mumbai an Oasis of Buddhist Calm
An expression of Buddhism going back more than 700 years
Uploaded 9 Nov 2016
Historic Siddhartha Festival Announced
Three-day festival open to all at Bodh Gaya
Uploaded 25 Oct 2016
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