Two vital components of Buddhist conservation
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2013-03-12)
Families, societies, and cultures are complex organisms. Civilization consists most obviously of buildings and other material things, but behind the physicality of objects and structures rest the hopes, disappointments, and passions of ideas...
Our Buddhist Lands: The Heritage of Central Asia
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2013-02-27)
Few realms have captured the romantic imagination of both East and West than Cent...
Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhism deserve our urgent protection
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2013-02-23)
Among the Buddhist cultures that are in dire need of preservation, two names stan...
Buddhist Arahants: A comparative vision focusing on Acharn Mun
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2013-02-04)
Dr. Lisa Kemmerer is a philosopher-activist dedicated to working agains...
The Death of Pali – A tale of Yunnan, conservation, and urgency with Eisel Mazard
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2013-01-15)
Editor’s note: Eisel Mazard is a Pāli scholar who has travelled extensively...
Poetry, Nature, and Wisdom: The Goddesses of Buddhism
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2012-11-01)
Stories bring Buddhism to life. One of the richest parts of the Buddhist story is...
What’s Your Aesthetic? Celebrating Buddhist Culture and Beauty
Source : Buddhistdoor International (2011-02-25)
Perhaps in theory, Buddhists have no concern for or have transcended aesthetic be...
The Spread of Buddhism over Asia
Source : Buddhistdoor (2010-10-28)
The diffusion of Buddhism in Asia led to the appearance of the three major tradit...