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Stolen Buddha statue bought by National Gallery of Australia to be returned to India

13 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

archaeologicalnews: CANBERRA, July 22 (Xinhua) – An 1,800-year-old stone Buddha which featured in Canberra’s National Gallery of Australia (NGA) is on its way home to India, after it was found to have been purchased from an illegal antiquity...Show More Summary

What is the Eightfold Path?

The Buddha taught his disciples this eight-step path to awakening. These eight aspects of Buddhist practice are described as “wise,” or simply, “right.” The post What is the Eightfold Path? appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Styles of Buddhist Training ~ Dharmavidya

Having given a teaching on the pitfalls of the idea of training, I would now like to give one on its excellencies. The Buddhas accept all who turn to them...

The 4 Noble Truths of Emotional Suffering

The Buddha laid out a four-step path to freedom from difficult emotions. Anyen Rinpoche says the secret is understanding why our emotions cause suffering. The post The 4 Noble Truths of Emotional Suffering appeared first on Lion's R...

Your Sutra ~ Dharmavidya

There are many Buddhist sutras. The sutras are mostly the words of Buddha. There are also a few that are spoken by great disciples. Then there is, in addition, a...

Look for the Buddhas

When bad things happen -- as they do with blinding regularity these days -- along w read more

The Practice of Recollection

The Buddha called recollection "the only way." Quite simply, recollection is remembering to establish the attention with full awareness on the present. The post The Practice of Recollection appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Racism made me do it: the failure of BLM and other such movements

Should Buddhist care about the movement Black Lives Matter (BLM)? Probably not insofar as BLM’s politics are strictly racial rather than moral and spiritual. Becoming a better human being who is able to follow the Buddha’s path, hopefully, to attain...

Jaimal Yogis’ documentary “Saltwater Buddha” teaches the samsara of surfing

For surfer, journalist, and Zen practitioner Jaimal Yogis, his documentary film, "Saltwater Buddha," has been the ultimate lesson in letting go. The post Jaimal Yogis’ documentary “Saltwater Buddha” teaches the samsara of surfing appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Mistaken liberation

One of my friends sent me a response from a Buddhist. The last part of the response caught my attention which I thought was rather odd. Liberation, according to the Buddha, is not meant to transcend the world, but to...

Nepal's Largest Stone Buddha At 12,600 Feet

The Buddha statue cost a reported over 15m Nepalese rupees. Photo:Ganess Gurung Nepal's biggest stone Buddha is ready to view now, which has been installed in Mustang, a district of Nepal behind the mountains. The 32 ft. tall statue, near the Muktinath temple, is carved from the special stone of Pharping, Nepal. Show More Summary

Buddha’s Birds

From the swan that Siddhartha nursed as a boy to the fantastical Garuda—Andrea Miller explores the intriguing role that birds play in Buddhist mythology. The post Buddha’s Birds appeared first on Lion's Roar.

Singularity & Community ~ Dharmavidya

Buddha taught ekagata. Eka means ‘one’. ‘Gata’ is from the verb ‘to go’. Thus ekagata refers to going alone or going as a single one. What does this mean? We...

Piece of the Buddha’ s Skull May Have Been Found in China

You can’t have a religion without relics (what else would you sell on TV broadcasts?) so this discovery announced by Chinese researchers is a big one … perhaps not in size but definitely in importance. Chinese media has revealed that excavations under the ancient Grand Bao’en Temple...

Daily 2 Cents: Possible Remains of the Buddha Found in China -- Zimbabwe UFO Child Contactee Speaks Publicly For The 1st Time

Possible Remains of the Buddha Found in ChinaNANJING, CHINA—A skull bone that may have belonged to the Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, was discovered in China hidden inside a model of a stupa, or Buddhist shrine used for meditation. A report...Show More Summary

The Golden Rock Temple

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Photo: Jason Eppink) According to legend, the Buddha gave a hermit a single strand of his own hair, which was made of gold. The hermit gave it to a local king named Tissa. In exchange, King Tissa used his magic to pull an enormous boulder out of the sea and place it on a cliff. Show More Summary

Relics: Section of Buddha’s Skull Said to Have Been Recovered in China

State-sponsored Chinese researchers claim to have found human remains belonging to the Indian ascetic and sage Siddh?rtha Gautama, also known as the Buddha, whose teaching is the wellspring of the world religion of Buddhism.

The Buddha's Skull Bone May Have Been Found in a Chinese Crypt

Ancient Shrine That May Hold #Buddha's Skull Bone Found in Crypt https://t.co/sRCHNitFcC pic.twitter.com/sBGydy5f6J — Live Science (@LiveScience) June 30, 2016 Siddhartha Gautama, who lived over 2,500 years ago in northern India, isShow More Summary

Chinese archaeologists claim to have found Buddha’s skull

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Archaeologists in China believe that they have found a portion of the skull of Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, contained in a stone chest  beneath a Buddhist temple in Nanjing, reports LiveScience. In an article published in the Chinese Cultural Relics journal, researchers say they discovered a...

What are the three kayas?

According to Mahayana Buddhism, the human form of Shakyamuni Buddha we all know represents only one of the three bodies, or kayas, of the buddhas. The post What are the three kayas? appeared first on Lion's Roar.

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