Nepal held a formal ceremony on Monday to inaugurate the newly restored Shree Napichandra Mahavihara, a fifth-century Buddhist shrine and monastery.
Alleged vandalism has prompted greater diligence from Buddhist temple staff as global tourism rebounds from the COVID-19 pandemic
How a new entry by Japan into UNESCO’s Memory of the World register demonstrates Buddhism’s uniting power and potential for Asian countries
Thabarwa Dhamma Gaya Meditation Centre will host a seven-day Vipassana course at the sacred Mahabodhi Mahavihara.
Exploring sites of significance from the Buddha’s lifetime, then and today
A replica of the iconic eastern gateway to the Great Stupa of the ancient Sanchi Buddhist complex in central India was recently unveiled in Berlin.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived in Bodh Gaya, India, on Thursday, after a two-year absence. His Holiness is expected to remain until 20 January.
Samguk-yusa (Memorabilia of the Three Kingdoms), a 13th century text written by the renowned Korean Buddhist monk Il-yeon, is one of three historic texts from
The unearthed ruins of a historic Buddhist temple in Kyrgyzstan, part of the UNESCO-listed Krasnaya Rechka World Heritage Site, are to be opened to the
Two Pavilions at UNESCO-listed Buddhist Mountain Monastery in Korea to be Designated National Treasures
Two ancient pavilions at the seventh century Korean Buddhist mountain temple Buseok-sa (부석사) will be officially designated as National Treasures, South Korea’s Cultural Heritage Administration
Buddhism’s largest temple complex to become more expensive as government seeks to control crowds at famous tourist site
Korea’s annual Yeondeunghoe (연등회), popularly known as the Lotus Lantern Festival, marking the birth of the Buddha, has once again illuminated Seoul.