Louvre director Manuel Rabaté discusses his museum’s philosophy, favorite artworks, and more in an exclusive interview with BDG
Famed Buddhist human rights advocate and political leader has been in prison or house arrest for much of the last 35 years
Nepal held a formal ceremony on Monday to inaugurate the newly restored Shree Napichandra Mahavihara, a fifth-century Buddhist shrine and monastery.
Despite Mongolia’s small population of Catholics, the pope’s visit played an important role in his global mission for peace and brotherhood with Buddhists
Young Buddhist Associations of Indonesia and Malaysia Collaborate to Study the Propagation of the Dharma in Print and Social Media
The Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia and the Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia convened an online meeting to discuss social media platforms.
Pope Francis is the very first pontiff in the Church’s history to visit Mongolia, with a complicated set of issues to be deliberated
Exploring a unique manifestation of the sacred feminine in contemporary Korean Buddhism
Cornered by riot police at both ends of an underpass in central Kuala Lumpur, Vienna Looi smelled tear gas begin to fill the enclosed space.
Buddhist Leaders to Take Part in Interfaith Dialogue with Pope Francis in His First Trip to Mongolia
The trip extends the Pope’s many travels to Buddhist countries and is his first to a predominantly Vajrayana Buddhist country
Ven. Prof. K. L. Dhammajoti Receives Honorary Doctorate from the University of Kelaniya in Sri Lanka
The University of Kelaniya in Sri Lanka awarded Venerable Professor Emeritus Kuala Lumpur Dhammajoti an honorary Doctor of Literature degree on 18 August.
A group of Western practitioners make a pilgrimage to a remote region of Bhutan to manifest and sustain an ancient and sacred Buddhist dance