Marking Indonesia’s celebration of Vesak, the Young Buddhist Association organized events to raise awareness of the universal values of Buddhism.
How a new entry by Japan into UNESCO’s Memory of the World register demonstrates Buddhism’s uniting power and potential for Asian countries
In our busy modern lives, Vesak offers a moment to reflect on the simple and timeless truths found in the life and teachings of the Buddha
Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia and Rumi Institute Organize an Interfaith Dialogue on “Religion of Love”
The Young Buddhist Association of Indonesia held an interfaith study event on the theme “Religion of Love” from the perspectives of Buddhism and Islam.
Buddhists in the US celebrate the Buddha’s birthday in the first large in-person celebration at the White House
As Buddhists around the world celebrated the the day of Vesak on 5 May, His Holiness the Dalai Lama shared a message for Buddhists across the globe.
Jodo Shinshu Buddhists in Hawai’i celebrate Buddha Day with a recounting of the Buddha’s previous lives
Engaged Buddhism: Ven. Pomnyun Sunim Shares the Fruits of Compassion to Mark the Birth of the Buddha
Jungto Society, the international Buddhist community founded by the revered Korean Seon (Zen) master and social activist Venerable Pomnyun Sunim (법륜스님),* has continued its practice
Sri Lanka’s beleaguered government lifted a nationwide curfew to allow the country’s Buddhist majority to observe the festival of Vesak on Sunday, which commemorates the
The in-person event follows two years without such events as academics and government officials strive to make Borobudur a more welcoming international destination
Korea’s annual Yeondeunghoe (연등회), popularly known as the Lotus Lantern Festival, marking the birth of the Buddha, has once again illuminated Seoul.
Participants united toward global peace and pandemic…