Nachaya Campbell-Allen explores Paul Dennison’s remarkable new book on jhana meditation.
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists is sponsoring a training workshop for Buddhists caregivers to be hosted in Thailand from 29 Sep.–1 Oct.
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: INEB Hosts Landmark Interfaith Gathering in Bangkok for Gender Equality and Social Justice
The International Network of Engaged Buddhists hosted an interfaith gathering where religious leaders expressed support for equality and social inclusivity.
The story of Ajahn Buddhadasa, one of Thailand’s most most prominent modern thinkers in ecumenism, interfaith, and modernity
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
At least 21 people have been killed by government forces during an attack on a Buddhist monastery in Myanmar’s southern Shan State, the BBC has reported.
Exploring the life, philosophy, and legacy of Cambodia’s most prominent peace advocate
The Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia hosted a national workshop on the theme “National Intellectual & Compassion Workshop for A Better Nation.”