Buddhism resources

Demos Foundation    17-Sep-2019

The book is based on the Life of the Buddha, the Dhamma and his Doctrine.

Osho interprets the "Sutra of Forty-Two Chapters" - a scripture compiled by a Chinese emperor in the first century C.E.

The book is based on the Buddhist text, presented in both Pali and English by one of India's foremost philosophers and religious authorities.

The book is based on the why Buddha took Parivraja, the four Aryan Truths, doctrines of soul, of karma and rebirth, and finally the creating of the Bhikkhu.

The book provides a comprehensive introduction to the development of the Buddhist tradition in both Asia and the West.

The book contains the chapters on Buddhism's Advaita tradition in Indian philosophy

The book is a researched study of the women's status in Buddhism

The book is based on the detailed study of Zen tradition in Buddhism

The book has the chapters on the special doctrines of the Bahusrutiyas, Prajnapativadins and the Vetulyakas along with the doctrines of the schools of the other groups.

The book is based on the historical study of Mahayana, its origin and spread.

The book is based on a study on the legacy of the Buddha's predecessors and the social and religious contexts against which Buddhism has developed and changed throughout history.

The book is based on the historical study of Buddhism

The book is based on the study of the various aspects of the reconstructed Tamil religion - its symbols, rituals, belief-system and social practice

The book provides an in-depth study of Indian Buddhism and traces its history, development and decline and places it in proper perspective divided into 14 chapters and covers three major themes.

The book is based on the history of Buddhist-Muslim interaction is much richer and more complex than many assume. This groundbreaking book covers Inner Asia from the eighth century through the Mongol empire and to the end of the Qing dynasty in the late nineteenth century

The book is based on the essence of Buddhism and its differences with Hinduism if any. Why and how it spread in most of the countries? Why and how in India Buddhists adopt to Hinduism later?

The contains the chapters on Christian concerns about Buddhism, Christian movements, Christian opposition etc. in Japan

The book is based on the historical study of Buddhism in North-East India.

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Buddhistdoor Global BDG

It is an online multimedia platform providing a diverse range of English-language Buddhist content to the world, centered on the Dharma and dedicated to serving Buddhist communities and helping practitioners navigate their spiritual path.

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Buddha net

Buddha dharma education association

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The Buddhist channel

The website contains Buddhism news, articles and other related content.

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The Buddhist Centre

The website contains Buddhism news, articles and other related content.

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The Buddhist Society-News

Official website of the Buddhist society publishes news and article.

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The Buddhist Society of India

It was founded by Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar in 1955

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Youth Buddhist Society India

YBS is not working only to promote Buddhism but also work for social problems such as education, poverty, environment, economical, self-sustainability, and health-related education etc.

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Amitabha Buddhist Society

Non–Government Organization NGO registered under Bombay Public Act 1950 at Pune on 27/12/2010.

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The Bauddha Dharmankur Sabha

The main objective is to resuscitate the Buddhist culture and religious practice and to propagate the principles of Buddhism.

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Maha Bodhi Society, Bengaluru

It is founded by Dr.Acharya Buddharakkhita. It has established monasteries for monks and nuns, Hospitals, Meditation centers, educational institutions and published over a hundred books.

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National Network Of Buddhist Youth

It works with the mission to educate & train the young generation of India

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Buddhist Religion Census 2011

The web-link contains the statewide population in number and in the percentage of the total population.

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Religion Census 2011

Approximately 84 lakhs Buddhist reside in India who makes up 0.7% of Indian Population. The growth rate of Buddhism has fallen down from 22.83 % to just 6.1 % as per the latest figures of the 2011 census.

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Buddhist population by country

The web-link has the mapping of Buddhist population by country made by Pew Forum.

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The Buddhist Society

It was founded in 1924, with the object to publish and make known the principles of Buddhism and to encourage the study and practice of those principles. It is guided by an elected Council.

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Global Buddhist Foundation GBF

It is a Non-profitable religious organization (Govt. registered) established in 2015 for monks training centers, Meditation programme and spreading (Dhamma) the teachings of the Buddha among the common people.

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International Buddhist Confederation IBC

IBC represents the rich diversity of Buddhism and provides a platform for the global Buddhist community to share its wisdom and meaningfully participate in the ongoing global social and political discourse

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South Asia Buddhist Association

Its main aims are to support the monastic Sangha and to establish new educational models, which integrate traditional Buddhist principles and contemporary approaches.

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 International Association of Buddhist Studies IABS

The society dedicated to promoting and supporting scholarship in Buddhist Studies in a spirit of non-sectarian tolerance and with scientific research and communication as preeminent objectives.

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The International Association of Theravāda Buddhist Universities (IATBU)

It works with a specific mission to educate students to understand and practice the Buddha's Dhamma as presented in the Pāli Canon.

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European Buddhist Union

The EBU is the umbrella association of national Buddhist unions and Buddhist organizations in Europe

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World Buddhist Sangha Council

It is an international organization helping Sangha carry out Dhammaduta activities throughout the world and Propagating Buddha’s teaching.

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The darker side of Buddhism

The article published by BBC on Buddhism

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Criticisms of Buddhism Its History, Doctrine and Common Practices

The article contents about women, equality, Social effects etc. of Buddhism by Vexen Crabtree

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Ambedkar and the Dalit Buddhist Movement in India

The paper is published in the international journal of Arts Humanities and social sciences in 2017 written by Dr Shaji.A.

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Holy Wars in Buddhism and Islam

The article is based on the historical study of wars in Islam and Buddhism

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The Domestication of Geopolitics: Buddhist-Muslim Conflict and the Policing of Marriage and the Body in Ladakh, India

This paper approaches intimacy as a site of geopolitical practice by Sara H. Smith

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Buddha Net

The website contains the data on rituals, traditions etc. of Buddhism

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Buddhist E-Library

All scared texts and scriptures related to Buddhism are available on this website

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Buddhism scripture and texts online

All scared texts and scriptures related to Buddhism are available on this website

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