A ceremony of consecration for the Buddhist monastery Tubten Shedrub Ling was held in Kyzyl, the the capital of the Republic of Tuva, on 28 April. The 12-floor monastery, intended to serve as Tuva’s principal Buddhist temple, stands 56 meters high.
Russian academic Alexey Maslov examines how Russian Buddhism and the Saint Petersburg school of Buddhist Studies have developed
From the Kalmyk Steppe to the Open Plains of 3D Virtual Reality: The Lost and Found Buddhist Temples of Kalmykia
All phenomena come into being (Skt: samutpada; Tib: ’byung ba) through a dependent relationship with all other phenomena. This is how we explain the Buddhist
With his condemnation, the Vajrayana Buddhist becomes the first Russian religious leader to openly oppose the war.
A short history of a unique center of Buddhism in the Russian Far East
Sharing a sacred Vajrayana text as a symbol of international dialogue and cross-cultural relations
Parts of Russia hold treasures of Buddhist history and potential for its future
Two stupas were built in Kalmykia this year: the Lotus Stupa and the Stupa of the Descent from Tushita Heaven, both consecrated by Telo Tulku Rinpoche.
His Holiness offers teaching on the Ornament of Sutras of the Great Vehicle
The historic symbol of a living Buddhist heritage
Strengthening Buddhist ties between India and the Russian Federation
Participants discuss bachelor, master, and doctoral degree programs in Buddhist Philosophy