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Buddhism heritage shared by India, Japan: Rijiju

New Delhi: India and Japan share the important heritage of Buddhism, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on Tuesday. Addressing a parliamentary delegation...

Restored Ashoka Stupa in China symbolises India’s propagation of Buddhism

Nangchen (China): Radiant in its grandeur and serene in its effect, a newly inaugurated restored Ashoka Stupa in this remote Himalayan town close to Tibet...

Mirabai Bush speaks on her stay in India and Guatemala Project (Part 2)

By Nithin Sridhar In a time when people across the world are struggling hard to manage work-related stress and balance professional and personal lives, Mirabai...

Fanaticism bad, religions misunderstood and misinterpreted: Gyalwang Drukpa

Nangchen (China): Speaking out against fanaticism, the spiritual head of the Drukpa lineage of Buddhism said religions are "misunderstood" and "misinterpreted" in a sectarian kind...

Tales for a home: Tibet towards freedom (Part 1)

By Sagar Sethi Almost half a century ago the sea of red consumed the inner peace in Tibet. During this invasion a rally of Buddhist monks...

0 and 1: The undercurrent of computing, mathematics and life

By Gaurav Sharma Throughout the annals of history, a wide array of inquisitive people--from dreaming children to logical mathematicians and explorative scientists--have been captivated by...

Lhasa – between heaven and earth

By Vishal Gulati  Lhasa:If there is anything between heaven and earth, it's Qinghai - the Tibet Plateau in southwestern China. Surrounded by chuckling mountains, abounding with...

Wimbledon 2015: Meditation is the secret behind Djokovic’s winning form

By NewsGram Staff Writer The pressures of being a professional athlete can take the heat out of the best of players. The top ones are...

India adds spiritual dimension to ‘Act East’ policy

    United Nations: Celebration of the Buddhist festival of Vesak in various Asian countries has given a spiritual dimension to India's "Act East" policy. Both...

The “Lama” effect in the United States: How Buddhism has become the fourth largest religion in America

By Prachi Mishra The followers of Buddhism in the United States have gone up by a whopping 170 per cent, according to an American Religious...

A prayer for Nepal quake victims: Traditional manner of celebrating Buddha Purnima holds the key to solace in calamitous times

By Gaurav Sharma At a time when a horrendous earthquake has shattered Nepal by killing more than 7,000 people and injuring countless others, the world...

Mindfulness works as good as antidepressants to prevent relapses of depression: Study

By NewsGram Staff Writer A new study has unveiled that practicing mindfulness works just as good as gulping down antidepressants to prevent relapses of depression. Having...

Hinduism: A religion of tolerance and pluralism

Hinduism is the world’s oldest living religion. It is a rich collection of hundreds of spiritual and philosophical traditions followed throughout Asia for more...

Ramayana trail: How Modi government plans to revive the legacy of Lord Ram

By Harshmeet Singh Prime Minister Modi concluded his three nation tour after making a slew of agreements and announcements in Sri Lanka. While moves such...

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