The Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Oikya Parishad held a press conference calling for the national election to be fair, unbiased, and violence-free.
Unainpūrā Laṅkārāma has weathered numerous challenges to sustain Theravāda Buddhism in West Bengal and modern-day Bangladesh
Archaeologists from Bangladesh have unearthed the ruins of an ancient settlement, believed to be the renowned Buddhist university Pandit Vihar.
BDG columnist Sarah C. Beasley reviews the latest film from Bhutanese filmmaker Pawo Choyning Dorji, about Bhutan’s transition to a democracy in 2006
Nepal held a formal ceremony on Monday to inaugurate the newly restored Shree Napichandra Mahavihara, a fifth-century Buddhist shrine and monastery.
A group of Western practitioners make a pilgrimage to a remote region of Bhutan to manifest and sustain an ancient and sacred Buddhist dance
Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Non-profit FHSM Holds Free Eye Clinics for Underprivileged Communities in Chennai, India
The Buddhist non-profit Foundation of His Sacred Majesty has conducted three free eye clinics for underprivileged communities in the Indian city of Chennai.
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists is sponsoring a training workshop for Buddhists caregivers to be hosted in Thailand from 29 Sep.–1 Oct.
Buddhists have joined with other religious minorities to work for safety and fair representation in Bangladesh
How a new entry by Japan into UNESCO’s Memory of the World register demonstrates Buddhism’s uniting power and potential for Asian countries
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