Unainpūrā Laṅkārāma has weathered numerous challenges to sustain Theravāda Buddhism in West Bengal and modern-day Bangladesh
Archaeologists from Bangladesh have unearthed the ruins of an ancient settlement, believed to be the renowned Buddhist university Pandit Vihar.
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.
Nepal held a formal ceremony on Monday to inaugurate the newly restored Shree Napichandra Mahavihara, a fifth-century Buddhist shrine and monastery.
Khyentse Foundation announced that it has awarded this year’s Award for Outstanding PhD Dissertation in Buddhist Studies for Europe to Nils Martin.
Young scholars joined the ongoing conversation about Buddhist pilgrimage, tourism, and travel in India
The Centre of Buddhist Studies (CBS) at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) has announced an upcoming Buddhist studies forum running from 10–11 August.
The government of Tripura in northeastern India is promoting Pilak, a 1,000-year-old Buddhist archaeological site, as part of a historical tourism circuit.
The county’s leaders hope to show a welcoming, tourist-friendly side to the Buddhist world