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Book — ’Nine Lives’ by William Dalrymple

A review of William Dalrymple’s "Nine Lives," a beautifully written account of everyday worship in modern India.

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Washington DC — Locals launch first BuddhaFest film festival

The first BuddhaFest film festival in Washington has taken place from June 17 to 20.

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David Hykes — Biography

Composer and singer, sacred music and meditation retreat leader, writer and long-time spiritual (...)

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Tshering Wangdu — His life and background

Tshering Wangdu began his musical carreer as a member of the Gangjong Doeghar ensemble, which is composed of nearly twenty extremly motivated and talented male and female artists.

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Ancient Korean Travelogue to Go on Show

Ancient documents from the Shilla Kingdom detailing a Buddhist monk’s travel to India will be put on exhibition in Korea later this year.

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Buddhist art makes plea for nature

However, Free Tiger Returns to Mountains, a new exhibit from Buddhist conceptual artist Zhang Huan on display at Pace Beijing, is hoping to revive this near-extinct species in a particularly striking and ironic way - by depicting them entirely out of ashes collected from joss sticks in Buddhist temples.

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’Confession of a Buddhist Atheist’ Shakes the Buddha Free of Glitter and Incense(2/2)

Speaking of models, Copernican revolutions resemble the Buddha’s reorientation of the self. (...)

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’Confession of a Buddhist Atheist’ Shakes the Buddha Free of Glitter and Incense(1/2)

At 18, this drop-out joined the Dalai Lama. In Dharamsala in the early ‘70s, he entered “an (...)

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Cher, a Buddhist ‘who should always be in after-school detention’

"I am a Buddhist,” says Cher with characteristic self-deprecation, “who should always be in (...)

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In the Realm of the Buddha — An exhibition on Tibetan buddhist art

WASHINGTON - "In the Realm of the Buddha" offers as much insight into the complexities of museum display as it does into Tibetan Buddhist art. It consists of two shows at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery of Art that provide complementary approaches to the exhibition of devotional works—and raises thought-provoking questions about the role of religion in museums.

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