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Buddhist monks offer special world peace prayers in Bodh Gaya

Malaysia Sun (ANI), 11th January, 2014

Bodh Gaya, India -- Buddhist monks performed a special prayer called 'Mahakala Puja' for world peace and tranquility at Bodhgaya, Bihar.


Rein in Kanuma revellers at Buddhist site, collector urged

by Venkatesh Bayya, TNN Jan 8, 2014

VISAKHAPATNAM, India -- Worried about the impact of the annual Jatara on the Bojjannakonda-Lingalametta Buddhist site near Anakapalle on January 15, heritage conservationists have sought police protection for the ancient heritage site. Office bearers of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach) have already written to the district collector seeking police protection.


Karmapa begins prayer for world peace at Bodh Gaya

IANS, December 14, 2013

Patna, India -- The 17th Karmapa, spiritual head of the Kagyu sect of Tibetan Buddhists, Saturday began the Kagyu-Moenlam prayer amid tight security at Bodh Gaya, considered the birthplace of Buddhism, in Bihar, police said.


President Rajapaksa worships Nairobi Buddhist Viharaya

By Janaka Alahapperuma, LankaWeb, December 14th, 2013

Nairobi, Kenya -- President Mahinda Rajapaksa visited the Nairobi Buddhist Viharaya, located in a suburb of Kenya’s Capital City, Nairobi on Friday morning (13 December).


Global Buddhists come to Bodh Gaya for peace conference

Daily Mirror, 8 DECEMBER 2013

Bodh Gaya, Bihar (India) -- Buddhist from across the globe gathered in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, on Sunday to attend a conference, aimed at spreading the message of peace.


Buddhist temple gets 300kg gold

The New Paper, Nov 17, 2013

Bodhgaya, India -- India's Mahabodhi Temple, one of the world's holiest Buddhist shrines, is to have its dome inlaid with 300kg of gold donated by Thailand's king and other devotees, officials said on Thursday.


Prince Charles visits temple of the tooth relic

Buddhist Channel, 18 November 2013

Kandy, Sri Lanka -- The Prince of Wales paid his respects at Sri Lanka's most important Buddhist shrine - containing a tooth from the Buddha.


Dalai Lama Encourages Buddhist Nuns on the Path

by Rinchen Khando Choegyal, Director, Tibetan Nuns Project; Founding member, Tibetan Women's Association, Nov 13, 2013

Dharmsala, India -- It was a moment that Tibetan Buddhist nuns dream of -- to be in the presence of the Dalai Lama and to hear his words of encouragement about their studies. Many of the nuns had risked their lives fleeing Tibet to see the Dalai Lama and to find the freedom to practice their Buddhist faith.


Buddhist Monks in the Himalayas Learn Fresh Water Conservation

by Anjana Pasricha, VOA, November 8, 2013

NEW DELHI, India -- Representatives of about 50 Buddhist monasteries are in the Indian capital to discuss fresh water conservation and preservation of the fragile ecosystem in the high Himalayan ranges and the Tibetan plateau.


Remembering the Buddhist Renaissance in Sri Lanka

Sunday Island, November 9, 2013

Colombo, Sri Lanka -- Thailand and Sri Lanka, Siam and Ceylon, Ayutthaya and Kandy. The ties between these two sister nations go back 260 years. Last week Museum Siam, the National Discovery Museum Institute, in collaboration.with the Thai Foreign Ministry, opened the exhibition entitled "Origin Of Siam-Lanka Wongse: Upali's Pilgrimage, 260 Years Of Siamese Heritage In Sri Lanka", which honours the Dharmaduta mission by Phra Upali Maha Thera.


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