Stories tagged “Buddhadharma”
More than 50 of the world’s best Tibetan–English translators, Buddhist scholars, and lamas met in India in 2009 to work out a plan for translating the Tibetan Buddhist canon. I report on how the conference may shape the future of Buddhist translation in the West.
A short, humorous essay about spending Halloween in Chicago with a Burmese monk. It was the monk’s first introduction to our curious tradition, and he not only reveled in it, but thought it was immensely helpful for Buddhist practice.