Pamela Ayo Yetunde talks to Sister Clear Grace about the journey to becoming a Buddhist nun and hitting the road in a temple on wheels.
A courageous group of Himalayan Buddhist sisters are championing gender equality and respect for the environment. Karen Greenspan reports.
The Tibetan Buddhist organization Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition has announced that it is launching an investigation into Buddhist teacher Dagri Rinpoche
The oldest lineage of Buddhism, Theravada is known for sharing the earliest recorded teachings of the Buddha. Building on this ancient lineage, Theravada today is innovative and diverse. Derek Pyle reports on the tapestry of communities that make up American Theravada.
Rinchen Khando Choegyal fights the second-class status of female monastics in Tibetan Buddhism.
Bhikkhuni Sudhamma traces the origins of Buddhist ordination for women to Queen Anula, Sri Lanka’s first Buddhist nun.
A petition has been has lodged after a group of bhikkuni were blocked from paying respects to Thailand’s late King last month.
The geshema degree, equivalent to a doctorate, represents the highest level of training in the Gelugpa school of Buddhism. It was previously only awarded to men.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama awarded the first ever 20 Tibetan Buddhist nuns with Geshema degrees yesterday at a ceremony at Drepung monastery in South India.
The Geshema degree is the highest training in the Gelugpa school of Buddhism, previously only available to men. Now, 20 nuns have earned Geshema degrees.