Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies held an opening ceremony to inaugurate His Holiness the Great 14th Dalai Lama Library and Learning Center.
Dharma Sharing: Ven. Pomnyun Sunim to Give First In-Person Teachings in Europe and North America since the Pandemic
The revered Korean Dharma master and social activist Venerable Pomnyun Sunim (법륜스님), will undertake his first tour of Europe and the US since the pandemic.
Raoul Saigal of Asiatiques Gallery shares his knowledge of replicating true-to-history Buddha images from India’s golden ages
Newly-opened exhibition at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art showcases more than 125 pieces of ancient Indian Buddhist art
The move marks a major victory for those seeking to celebrate the city’s diversity and in particular its South Asian heritage
Manzheeva’s incredible film sheds new light on the dramatic story of the Buddhist monk and scholar Geshe Wangyal
The bill would establish the first national holiday originating in Asia
Metropolitan Museum of Art to Showcase “Tree & Serpent: Early Buddhist Art in India, 200 BCE–400 CE”
An upcoming exhibition in New York will help tell the complex story of the early origins of Buddhism
After the recent tragic violence in the predominantly Asian city of Monterey Park, California, religious leaders from many faiths are helping the community mourn
Awakening to our oneness with all life and working toward the elimination of suffering
The United States returned nearly 30 looted antiquities and works of art to Cambodia at a formal ceremony in New York on 8 August. The artifacts include