Nepal held a formal ceremony on Monday to inaugurate the newly restored Shree Napichandra Mahavihara, a fifth-century Buddhist shrine and monastery.
A group of Western practitioners make a pilgrimage to a remote region of Bhutan to manifest and sustain an ancient and sacred Buddhist dance
Khyentse Foundation announced that it has awarded this year’s Award for Outstanding PhD Dissertation in Buddhist Studies for Europe to Nils Martin.
Dunhuang Research Academy senior figure Song Shuxia discusses the Academy’s visitor management of the Mogao Caves and digitization efforts
From the Kalmyk Steppe to the Open Plains of 3D Virtual Reality: The Lost and Found Buddhist Temples of Kalmykia
All phenomena come into being (Skt: samutpada; Tib: ’byung ba) through a dependent relationship with all other phenomena. This is how we explain the Buddhist
Khyentse Foundation has announced that a collection of 2,000-year-old Buddhist manuscripts have been donated to the Islamabad Museum in Pakistan.
Leaders in India hope the focus on Buddhism will boost political connections and tourism for Buddhist heritage sites in the country
A replica of the iconic eastern gateway to the Great Stupa of the ancient Sanchi Buddhist complex in central India was recently unveiled in Berlin.
The Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism has announced plans to restore a 1,300-year-old statue of the Buddha that is believed to have been toppled 600 years ago.
Anula Stupa Relics Unearthed: New Excavations Illuminate the Women’s Order in Sri Lanka and Around the World
An archeological story of the only stupa enshrining the relics of an enlightened figure of the Early Buddhist order of female monastics
The International Buddhist Confederation (IBC), in coordination with the Zhung Dratshang, the Central Monastic Body of Bhutan, is hosting a delegation of 24 senior monks
Remarkable archaeological remains have been found In Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in areas that had gone unexplored for decades