Latse Library will host the first celebration of Tibetan Calligraphy Day in New York on April 29.
One student described the work as “a mysterious and precious experience.”
The new exhibit at the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery will introduce you to Buddhist art and practice in its myriad forms from across history.
A reader asks why Buddhists bow down and make offerings to statues of the Buddha.
Do the strange and potent images of Tibetan art represent a deeper and truer reality? Francesca Fremantle on the symbolism of awakened mind.
Shortly after unveiling his masterpiece to the Shambhala community, Noedup Rongae fell gravely ill.
“Nepal’s recovery is only just beginning, and preserving cultural heritage is more crucial now than ever,” says Rubin Museum of Art Executive Director Patrick Sears about the new exhibit.
The film includes the rarely-seen moment when the statue artist “opens the eyes.”
To stop thefts of valuable Buddhist statues, Japanese Buddhists are swapping in low-cost 3D printed replicas.
Treasure Caretaker Training is working to preserve and protect sacred Buddhist art by training “treasure caretakers” such as monks and nuns.