BDG columnist Sarah C. Beasley reviews the latest film from Bhutanese filmmaker Pawo Choyning Dorji, about Bhutan’s transition to a democracy in 2006
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.
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche has a long record of promoting Buddhist teachings in a variety of formats and for working to alleviate suffering more broadly.
A group of Western practitioners make a pilgrimage to a remote region of Bhutan to manifest and sustain an ancient and sacred Buddhist dance
Sakyadhita and the fourfold sangha—the path to female monasticism
The fourth Bhutan National Tiger Survey Report reveals a promising 27 per cent jump in the country’s wild tiger population to an estimated 131 adult tigers.
A conversation from the sidelines of the 2023 INEB Study Trip to Jungto Society in South Korea
Compassion and Connection: Jungto Society Hosts Study Trip for Young Leaders and Activists from the International Network of Engaged Buddhists
BDG joins a unique gathering of monastic and lay practitioners on a Dharmic journey of study, exchange, and experience
The revered Gelug master, Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche died in Nepal at 9:30 on Thursday morning.
Je Khenpo Confers MAs on First Cohort of Monks from Bhutan’s Postgraduate Program in Buddhist Studies
His Holiness the Je Khenpo conferred master’s degrees on 30 monks representing the first cohort from Bhutan’s post-graduate program in Buddhist studies.