Interview: Korea-Japan Relations Through the Prism of Archaeology
Ancient East Asia was dominated by the three states known today...
Life in a Japanese Buddhist Monastery
Buddhist monasteries have been part of the Japanese cultural landscape...
Prince Shotoku: Founder of Japanese Buddhism and the Japanese Nation
In Japan in 573 CE Anahobe, the wife of the Emperor’s...
Religion in Ancient China
Religious practices in ancient China go back over 7,000 years...
Religious Developments in Ancient India
For well over 1,000 years, sacred stories and heroic epics have...
Rubin Museum's Faith and Empire: Tibetan Buddhist Art
Faith and Empire: Art and Politics in Tibetan Buddhism, a new exhibition...
The Ajanta Caves
The 30 caves at Ajanta lie to the north of Aurangabad in the Indhyadri...
The Bronze Bells of Ancient Korea
The metalworkers of ancient Korea were highly skilled artists and...
The Dates of the Buddha
Buddhism is one of the most influential traditions of the Eastern...
The Evolution of Buddhist Schools
All Buddhist schools today despite their differences in ritual...
The Temple of the Emerald Buddha
A small carved figurine sits high on a grand multi-tiered pedestal...
Tibetan Sand Mandalas
The sacred art of sand painting comes from the Tibetan Buddhist...