Meir Shahar’s Oedipal God: The Chinese Nezha and His Indian Origins is a tour de force that has raised the bar for gripping writing and scholarly daring
The idea for this special issue originated a year or so ago in our editorial chief executive’s office on the ground floor of Wang Fat Ching She, the Buddhist temple in Hong Kong where Buddhistdoor Global is based.
Thinley Norbu Rinpoche (1931–2011) was a quintessential Vajra Master and hands-on guru who touched the lives of countless disciples with his example, brilliance, and unflagging
Our vision of early Buddhist art in India expanded exponentially when, in 1994, archaeologists unearthed a spectacular ancient stupa outside the hamlet of Kanaganahalli in
Visitors to India today are struck by the startling diversity of ancient Buddhist sites. Some sacred places, such as Bodh Gaya, are thronged daily with
This article is based on a panel address given by the author at the International Buddhist Confederation’s “International Seminar on India’s North Eastern Region and
Venerable Maduluwawe Sobitha Thera (1942–2015) was a Sri Lankan Buddhist monk and a nonviolent revolutionary who became one of the most inspiring and influential social
More dance styles are depicted in the Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes than at any other archaeological site on earth. Dance imagery animates nearly every cave. The