Dhondup T. Rekjong shares the story of Geshe Tenzin Tsepak, a Tibetan monk who witnessed the destruction of Tibetan culture in the early 1980s and played a part in its rebuilding and revival.
When we visit the very places where the Buddha lived and taught, we discover deeper meaning in his teachings. Shantum Seth takes us on a sacred pilgrimage.
Mariana Restrepo shares her journey towards embodying all facets of her intersectional identities.
Filmed in a remote Himalayan village, “Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom,” marks the first Academy Award nominee for Bhutan.
The Rubin Museum of Art in New York has announced that it will be returning two objects from their collection back to Nepal.
With COVID-19 infections surging in India, Rinzai Zen priest and climate scientist, Kritee, shares what we can do to help.
For the fiftieth anniversary of Francis Story’s death, Randy Rosenthal looks back at the life and work of the lesser-known Buddhist thinker
Patrick Dowd tells the tale at the heart of the legend of the Great Boudha Stupa in Kathmandu.
“To whom does the dharma belong?” asks Vaishali Mamgain, Ph.D, as she explores the ways colonization and white supremacy have appropriated the dharma and other wisdom traditions.
We review “Without Ever Reaching the Summit: A Journey” by Paolo Cognetti.