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Chittadhar Tuladhar, one of Nepal’s best-loved ethnic authors who wrote an epic on Gautam Buddha, will receive a fresh lease of life nearly two decades after his death, with India funding a museum on him here.
Two young monks meditate, in the search for greater Cosmic Union. However, in their quest, they become increasingly aware of the others’ activities, jealously upping the stakes in order to be the “most enlightened”.
The exhibition, sponsored by the Ulaanbaatar Trade and Economic Office in Taipei, features an array of art pieces concerning Buddhist cultures and Mongolian’s daily lives from Ochir Erdeneschuluun, the winner of several artifact competitions
The following text is talking about Japanese culture in terms of religious ceremony. You can understand why here comes so many interesting festivals whose origins have already been forgotten.
Indian President Pratibha Patil is scheduled to inaugurate the beiged color two-storied shrine at Luoyang in Henan on May 27 during her visit to China
Using their bare hands, armed police officers recovered thousands of valuable cultural and historic relics from a heavily damaged Tibetan temple in Yushu.
A Talk by Sri Chinmoy : Spirituality is the source of everything. Life is everywhere....But if I want to discover the source, then I have to say it is in the heart. Inside the heart we find the life-breath, and inside the life-breath is God’s Will."
On Wednesday, April 7, 2010, at 8:00 p.m. WPBT2 will bring to life Siddhartha and his journey in THE BUDDHA, a two-hour documentary directed by award-winning filmmaker David Grubin.
A thousand year old steel case discovered in an underground shrine reveals a treasure of Buddhist relics.
The ingenious film that is ‘Inception’ begins with the assumption that it is possible for multiple persons to enter someone’s dream, that can even be designed without that person knowing, thus digging out deep secrets from his sub-consciousness, or even implanting ideas which eventually shape one’s decisions.