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Zen Scholar Unno showcases History and Practice of Buddhism

Hawai'i, March 18, 2017: Author and Zen scholar Dr Mark Unno will come back to Hawai‘i Island for a presentation on Buddhist history. He will...

“Buddhism Through its Scriptures”: Due to rising demand, now Harvard University has Online course on Buddhism!

Delhi, Dec 15, 2016: Buddhism has spread to parts of South Asia and South East Asia to countries such as Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Vietnam,...

Since Telangana holds unique position in spreading Buddhism, Government wants to develop these places of Heritage Importance

Delhi, Dec 14, 2016: The Telangana Government has initiated a project to revive the Buddhist Culture in the state. The project is called the...

How Neuroscience and Buddhism are Linked? Read Here!

December 2, 2016: Neuroscience and Buddhism are poles apart. But, neuroscientists are recently discovering that they have a lot to learn from Buddhism. It...

Buddhism: Beginning of New Religion in Estonia, a Country that was in the Sphere of Christianity for Centuries

November 12, 2016: The founder of Buddhism in this world is Buddha Shakyamuni. He was born as a royal prince in 624 BC in a...

Tibetan Spiritual Leader Dalai Lama to take part in Kalachakra Ceremony in Bodh Gaya

Dharamsala, October 24, 2016: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama will participate in the 'Kalachakra' (Wheel of Time) ceremony in Bodh Gaya this January and...

Why Buddhism and Islam are always at Crossroads? Read Here!

Sept 24, 2016: Every religion have their own definition, they have their own viewpoint and their own value system. Similarly, each religion has its own...

Hemis Festival: Reasons why you should be at Ladakh’s most popular festival

Sept 20, 2016: All your questions answered about the Hemis Festival of Ladakh. Here is what it is all about and why you should...

Know about Nichiren Buddhism and Significance of Saddharma-pundarika Sutra or Lotus Sutra in the Religion!

Buddhism is the world's fourth-largest religion, with over 500 million followers or 7% of the global population, known as Buddhists Buddhism is basically divided...

Celebrating Teachers Day: Cheers to Teachers who add meaning to our Lives!

“Those who educate children well are more to be honored than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those the art...

Hinduism: Learn about the Four Goals of the World’s Third Largest Religion!

Hinduism is widely regarded as the world's oldest religion, standing third on the list of mass religion. Hinduism, or Sanatan Dharma, has 95% of...

Taking hint from Traditional Buddhist Architecture, Architect builds Buddhist Learning Centre in Maharashtra

Mumbai, August 19, 2016: A Mumbai-based architecture firm Sameep Padora and Associates have recently completed building a Buddhist Learning Centre in Maharashtra. The architect wanted to...

Blend of Belief and Science: Lord Buddha was born 300 years earlier than previously thought of

August 14, 2016: Last year in December, 2015, a study was conducted by a team of 40 archaeologists and professors has found traces, that Lord...

Law of Karma: Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism

The notion of karma, the belief that the actions people do in their lifetime accumulate and determine the fate of their next life. Every action...

Kumari Devi of Nepal: Custom of worshipping Young girl as Living Goddess in Hindu-Buddhist Tradition

The child is believed to be the source of ‘Shakti’ or supreme power that envelopes the entire creation She is believed to be the incarnation...

K. J. Somaiya Centre for Buddhist Studies announces admissions for its Diploma courses in Yoga

K.J Somaiya part of the esteemed Somaiya Vidyavihar clan announces two Diploma courses in Yoga to students all over India Somaiya VidyaVihar encompasses 34 institutions,...

The concept of Reincarnation in Hinduism and Buddhism: Read On!

The core values of Buddhism also do not necessitate any deities (including Gautama Buddha), while Hinduism is known for at least 33 million...

Stupa Architecture: Tracing Hindu-Buddhist Influence and Indo-Cambodian Relations

Stupas form an integral and inseparable part of Buddhist architecture and culture South East Asian regions like Indonesia, Cambodia, Malay Peninsula etc....

Buddhists in Thailand Celebrate Asanha Bucha and Lent Day

Buddhists across Thailand gave offerings to local temples as they celebrated Asanha Bucha Day on Monday, July 18 and their religion’s version of Lent...

In the holy month of Ramadan, Buddhist monks serve Iftar for Muslims in Bangladesh

Buddhist monks prepare iftar meals at the main shrine of Dharmarajika monastery for all Ramadan observers This project began 6 years ago and witnesses...

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