The Tergar Institute, a new Buddhist educational facility on the outskirts of Kathmandu, on 20 September welcomed its inaugural cohort of students.
Tracing Vienna Rae’s explorations from coast to shining coast on the techno-dharmic path
Karen Greenspan visits Nepal, where she engages with a contemporary manifestation of an ancient tradition of Buddhist dance
Buddhist Monk Celebrates 50 Years of Indo-Korean Diplomatic Ties with New Book on Korean Buddhist History
Buddhist monk Ven. Domyeong Sunim launched his book “Gaya Buddhism: Unlatching the Gate,” presenting an account of Buddhism’s migration from India to Korea.
Temple is the largest found in the area and includes many intact artifacts
His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin arrived in Kathmandu on Saturday evening to a rapturous welcome in the city’s Buddhist enclave of Boudha.
Discussing the deep and true objective of Pure Land Buddhism – becoming an enlightened being through the Name of Amitabha
Art Installation on the Life of the Buddha to Greet Delegates to India’s MotoGP Bharat Grand Prix Race
A group of 12 artists is creating an installation on the life of the Buddha on the occasion of MotoGP Bharat Grand Prix race.
New research shows a range of attitudes to one’s own and other religions in three Buddhist countries, two Muslim countries, and one multifaith country
On 16 September, Bhutan’s National Snow Leopard Survey confirmed a jump in the snow leopard population to 134 individuals, up 39.5 per cent from 96 in 2015.
A Buddhist assessment of the implications of the recent U.S.-Vietnam statement of cooperation