A US college student contemplates his place in the world through a Buddhist lens of interconnection and compassion
Famed Buddhist human rights advocate and political leader has been in prison or house arrest for much of the last 35 years
The statue, claimed to be the largest seated Buddha statue in the world, has been built under the patronage of the military dictatorship
Engaged Buddhism: JTS Korea Volunteers Provide Emergency Relief for Cyclone Mocha Victims in Myanmar
After Cyclone Mocha pummeled Myanmar in May, volunteers from JTS Korea visited Myanmar’s Rakhine State in June to provide humanitarian aid to survivors.
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.
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
Thabarwa Dhamma Gaya Meditation Centre will host a seven-day Vipassana course at the sacred Mahabodhi Mahavihara.
Āryaśrābaka Gyaniswer Mahāsthabir (1887–1974): The Life and Legacy of a Seminal Bangladeshi Theravada Master
A tribute to a monk who helped Buddhism in Bengali-speaking circles to reform and prosper in the late colonial and postcolonial periods
The urgent need for Myanmar and Bangladesh to work together on climate and natural disasters like cyclones
The “first of its kind” conference on the heritage of Buddhism in the region is aimed at deepening ties among countries that represent nearly half of the world’s people.