Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche has a long record of promoting Buddhist teachings in a variety of formats and for working to alleviate suffering more broadly.
Exploring the small but growing role of Chinese Buddhism on the African continent
Tibetan Nuns Project Announces a Record Number of Buddhist Nuns Taking Geshema Examinations in Dharamsala This Year
The Tibetan Nuns Project has announced that geshema examinations for 2023 began in Dharamsala on 21 July, with a record 132 Buddhist nuns taking part.
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists has announced that the International Young Bodhisattva Program is now open to prospective applicants.
A college student in the US reflects on her first encounter with the Buddhdharma
A conversation from the sidelines of the 2023 INEB Study Trip to Jungto Society in South Korea
Online Dharma: Jungto Society Announces September Intake for Jungto Dharma School with Ven. Pomnyun Sunim
Jungto Society has announced that its popular online study and practice course Jungto Dharma School will return in September, with registration now open.
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
Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation recently shared that Tzu Chi volunteers and local volunteers conducted a care mission to Chigoujiu village in Malawi.
A US college student considers the role of religious literacy in the 21st century