Prof. Gereon Kopf continues his Shikoku pilgrimage in Japan, examining themes of awakening, loss, and connection
Young scholars joined the ongoing conversation about Buddhist pilgrimage, tourism, and travel in India
Prof. Gereon Kopf reflects on years of teaching about Japanese Buddhism as he embarks on the arduous Shikoku Pilgrimage
A caravan of female and male Buddhist monastics and lay practitioners from Thailand concluded a 700-kilometer peace pilgrimage in Ladakh on Sunday.
In the Footsteps of the Buddha: Ven. Pomnyun Sunim Leads 1,250 Jungto Practitioners on a Pilgrimage to India
Generosity and compassion on the path: embodying the legacy of an ancient spiritual heritage
A group of 108 Buddhist monastics from the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism have embarked on a pilgrimage of the Buddhist circuit in India and Nepal.
Exploring sites of significance from the Buddha’s lifetime, then and today
His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived in Bodh Gaya, India, on Thursday, after a two-year absence. His Holiness is expected to remain until 20 January.
The Dalai Lama’s visit is seen as both a spiritual and economic boon to the Indian pilgrimage destination
New technology could aid elderly Buddhist pilgrims and others attain religious goals