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Founded by Ven. Chodron, it is a place where
monastics and those preparing for ordination can learn and practice
according to the teachings of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition; where
male and female monastics will train together as equals - brothers
and sisters supporting each other on the Dharma path.
Visit Sravasti Abbey website.
Buddhadhassa - Biography, pictures,
teachings of Ajahn Buddhadhassa, a leading Thai teacher, scholar,
and reformer. Also provides information on Suan Mokkh, the forest
monastery he founded in Southern Thailand that is dedicated to vipassana
Holiness the Dalai Lama - Created under the auspicies of the
Office of Tibet and the Tibetan Government-in-Exile. Includes biography,
pictures, teachings and articles by His Holiness, and more. [HHDL's
Dr K Sri Dhammananda Nayaka Maha Thera - Biography, talks &
publications. Ven Dr K Sri Dhammananda was instrumental in
the development and growth of Buddhism in Malaysia.
Tenzin Palmo - Biography, teachings,
tour programmes, info & news on Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery,
the nunnery Ven. Tenzin Palmo founded for women from Tibet and the
Himalayan border regions following the Drukpa Kargyu lineage.
Thubten Yeshe (1935-1984) - Pictures, biography, teachings,
tributes. Lama Yeshe is the founder of the FPMT. Teachings by Lama Yeshe
Zopa Rinpoche - News, pictures, autobiography, teachings, long
life prayers. Rinpoche is the spiritual director of the FPMT. Rinpoche's
schedule | Teachings
Active in Buddhistm - Comprehensive list of female teachers
of all Buddhist traditions, their biography, teachings, links to
related websites and more.
- Buddhist Information and Education Network: BuddhaZine (Online
Magazine), Insight Meditation Online, Buddhist Studies, World Buddhist
Directory, Web Links, File Library, E-Books on Buddhism and many
other Dharma resources.
Daily Enlightenment - Weekly Buddhist inspiration newsletter
and verses for daily reflection.
International - An online clearinghouse for Buddhist study and
practice resources. Features its own in-house databases and collections,
as well as providing links to online Buddhist resources, large and
YOU Information - Electronic version of FOR YOU INFORMATION,
a monthly Magazine in English and Mandarin featuring articles and
activities of Dharma centers in Singapore. Also provides a comprehensive
list of Singapore Buddhist Websites.
DharmaNet - Collection of sutras and teachings, Dharma centers
and Dharma programs in Singapore, links to Dharma websites worldwide.
Active In Buddhism - Comprehensive collection of links and resources
on contemporary Buddhist women.
Buddhist Center (Singapore)
- Home base of Ven Chodron from late 1987 to 1989.
Buddhist Library (Singapore) - Resource materials on Buddhism
and related topics, and schedule of courses, talks and meditation
retreats, including a Graduate Diploma Program.
Mountain Retreat Center (Southwest Washington) - A non-sectarian
center in rural Southwest Washington hosting residential retreats
Dalai Lama Foundation - Established to support the work of the
14th Dalai Lama to reduce conflict and suffering, and promote peace
and happiness in the world.
Park (Madison, Wisconsin) - A community of monks, nuns and laypeople
founded by Geshe Lhundup Sopa, one of Ven. Chodron's teachers, in
Friendship Foundation (Seattle) - Ven Chodron's home base from
1992 to Feb 2002, a Dharma center that teaches Tibetan Buddhism
and meditation. Features RealAudio lectures, articles, and classes
at the center.
International Office (Foundation for the Preservation of the
Mahayana Tradition) - An organization devoted to the transmission
of the Mahayana Buddhist tradition and values worldwide through
teaching, meditation, and community service. Founded by Lama Thubten
Yeshe with Lama Zopa Rinpoche as Spiritual Director.
Buddha Temple (Houston, Texas) - A non-profit religious organization
committed to providing religious ceremonies and educational programs
as well as serving the community. Founded in 1979.
Heart (Ann Arbor) - A spiritual, cultural, and humanitarian
organization that translates the ancient wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism
into contemporary life. Spiritual Director: Kyabje Gelek Rinpoche.
Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery (Singapore) - Dharma activities,
including programs for youth and children, student care services,
bookshops, publications and more. It is the largest and one of the
oldest Buddhist temples in Singapore.
of Compassion Buddha (West Covina, California) - A Tibetan Buddhist
center within the Gelugpa lineage founded in 1994 and directed by
Geshe Lobsang Tsephel.
Liberation Park (USA) - A Buddhist community and meditation center dedicated to a peaceful and just society grounded in contemplative and spiritual practice.
Society of USA (Sunnyvale, California) - A non-profit organization
that promotes understanding and practice of Buddhism.
Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies (Ithaca, New York) -
Open to women and men from all over the world, it provides an opportunity
for the systematic study in English of Tibetan Buddhism in a traditional
Village (France) - A Buddhist monastery for monks and nuns and
a practice center for lay people founded in 1982 by the Vietnamese
Zen-Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
Tai Pei Buddhist Centre (Singapore) - Founded by the late Ven. Fatt Kuan, the centre provides the general public in Singapore with an avenue for Buddhist learning and runs a child-care centre.
Institute for International Buddhist Women (India) - A Rime, non-sectarian
nunnery and institution that offers Buddhist nuns and lay women
the opportunity to live and practice as part of a spiritual community.
Valley Dharma Friends (Boise, Idaho). A group studying and practicing
in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Ven. Chodron is the spiritual
Berzin Archives - This site is dedicated to making available
in various languages the unpublished material on Tibetan Buddhism,
history, and culture that the American scholar and author, Dr. Alexander
Berzin, has written, translated, and compiled since the late 1960s.
of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA) - Conceived of and founded
by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, the LTWA is one of
the most important institutions in the world dedicated to the preservation
and dissemination of Tibetan culture.
Pureland Marketing (Singapore) - Produces Dharma audio, video and printed materials for free distribution and provides recording and duplicating services.
Publications - Publisher of a quarterly newsletter and books
about Tibet, Tibetan Buddhism and other Buddhist titles.
Publications - Member of the FPMT and publisher of books on
Buddhism, Tibet, and Tibetan culture, East-West themes, including
books by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Yeshe Wisdom Archive - Teachings of Lama Yeshe and Lama
Zopa Rinpoche. Order, download or read online.
- Spanish-language Dharma audio
Friendship Foundation - Teachings by Ven. Chodron and other
Rim Radio - An MP3 radio station and download archive for Tibetan
Buddhist teachings by His Holiness and other teachers.
Society of USA - Teachings by Ven. Chodron and other teachers
Hsiang Temple - Teachings by Sangha members
Gatsal Ling Nunnery & International Retreat Centre for Women
(India) - Ven Tenzin Palmo's special project; where young women
from Tibet and the Himalayan border regions could come together
to study and practise in accordance with the Drukpa Kargyu tradition
of Tibetan Buddhism.
- International Organisation of Buddhist Women dedicated to the
welfare and concerns of Buddhist laywomen and nuns worldwide.
Abbey (Mount Shasta, California) - A Buddhist monastery established
in 1970 by the late Abbess, Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett. Soto Zen tradition.
Abbey (USA) - Founded by Ven. Chodron. A place where monastics
and those preparing for ordination can learn and practice according
to the teachings of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
Mokkh (Southern Thailand) - A forest monastery founded in 1932
by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu that is dedicated to vipassana meditation.
Active in Buddhism - Resources on Women's Ordination.
Peace Fellowship Prison Project - Project to assist individual
prisoners with developing skills to meet the everyday violence in
prison, and life after release from prison.
Kindness Foundation Prison-Ashram Project - Founded by Bo Lozoff
and Ram Dass in 1973 to inspire and encourage prisoners and prison
staff to recognize their depth as human beings, and to behave accordingly.
Prison Project - An FPMT project initiated by Ven. Robina Courtin.
Offers free Buddhist books, prayers and practice booklets, practice
items, MANDALA subscriptions and video and audio tapes of teachings
to individuals and Buddhist study groups in over a hundred prisons
in the United States. Ven. Robina writes and visits prisoners, giving
dharma teachings, offering advice about their practice.
Dharma Network - A nonsectarian Buddhist support network for
prisoners, prison volunteers, and correctional workers founded in
1989 by Fleet Maull, a then federal prisoner in US.
Insidedharma - A non-profit, non-denominational Buddhist organization dedicated to offering information, support and encouragement to incarcerated and recently released individuals in a manner consistent with Buddhist principles.
links from BuddhaNet
Hospice Service (Auckland, New Zealand)
Under The Care of Amitabha Buddha (Singapore)
Hospice Service (Brisbane, Australia)
links from BuddhaNet
Berzin Archives: Islamic-Buddhist Dialogue
Interreligious Dialog (MID) - Established by the Benedictine
Confederation to assume a leadership role in the dialogue between
Christianity and the religions of the East. Also sponsors intermonastic
exchange with Tibetan monks and nuns exiled in India.
Weight Management - website set up by Bob Wilson, one of Ven.
Chodron's students, who takes a Buddhist approach to weight loss.
& Life Institute - vision: to establish a powerful working
collaboration and research partnership between modern science and
Buddhism--the world's two most powerful traditions for understanding
the nature of reality and investigating the mind.
Pluralism Project - Mission of the project is to help Americans
engage with the realities of religious diversity through research,
outreach, and the active dissemination of resources.
Sanghata Sutra - This is a Mahayana Buddhist scripture that
promises to transform all those who read it. The website was created
by Damchö Diana Finnegan (aka Ven. Lhundup Damchö), a
scholar and monastic ordained in the Tibetan Buddhist lineage. She
wrote her masters thesis on the Sanghata Sutra, and produced the
English translation of the Sanghata from Tibetan.
Government-in-Exile's Official Web Site