Ven. Krisha Goutomi Bhikkhuni talks about female ordination and the face of modern Buddhism in Bangladesh
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.
Daughters of the Buddha: Progress on the Path of Female Ordination – A Conversation with Ven. Dhammananda Bhikkhuni
Female monasticism and the fourfold sangha: a lineage re-established
A Korean Buddhist monastic explores film as a medium for sharing spiritual wisdom
A conversation from the sidelines of the 2023 INEB Study Trip to Jungto Society in South Korea
Embracing the importance of lifting up women everywhere and overcoming the violence of gender inequality
A shining example of the alignment between Buddhist scholarship, Buddhist activism, and Buddhist practice from around the world.
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 18th Sakyadhita International Conference commenced in Seoul under the theme “Living in a Precarious World: Impermanence, Resilience, Awakening.”
The Buddhist nuns of Nagi Gompa in Nepal embody an ancient spiritual heritage
Tibetan Nuns Project Targets Kora and Retreat Center for Buddhist Nuns of Shugsep Nunnery in Dharamsala
The Tibetan Nuns Project is aiming to complete two major projects for the Buddhist nuns of Shugsep Nunnery near Dharamsala in northern India.
The Tibetan Nuns Project has announced that a project to expand the debating courtyard for the Buddhist nuns of Dolma Ling Nunnery has been completed.