How the historical Buddha solved a major monastic argument, and how it became a festival of lanterns, lights, and joy
Participants in the dialogue agreed on the importance of building bridges to combat violence and promote peace
Peace activists, faith leaders, and others joined voices in Colombo calling for a ceasefire and freedom for Palestinians
The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion in Bendigo: An Interview with Chairman Ian Green OAM on Buddhism in Australia
In his new book about the largest stupa in the southern hemisphere, Ian Green shares an inspiring story of faith and Dharma diffusion
New research shows a range of attitudes to one’s own and other religions in three Buddhist countries, two Muslim countries, and one multifaith country
Despite Mongolia’s small population of Catholics, the pope’s visit played an important role in his global mission for peace and brotherhood with Buddhists
Buddhist Leaders to Take Part in Interfaith Dialogue with Pope Francis in His First Trip to Mongolia
The trip extends the Pope’s many travels to Buddhist countries and is his first to a predominantly Vajrayana Buddhist country
Reflections on the teachings of Sot’aesan, founder of Won Buddhism, on finding religious harmony within diversity
The Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia hosted an interfaith dialogue on the question: does religious moderation conflict with religious teachings?
The revered monk was considered to be a father figure for many monastics in Sri Lanka
Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia and Rumi Institute Organize an Interfaith Dialogue on “Religion of Love”
The Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia held an interfaith study event on the theme “Religion of Love” from the perspectives of Buddhism and Islam.
The Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia hosted a national workshop on the theme “National Intellectual & Compassion Workshop for A Better Nation.”