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  • Publishers
    Buddhist Institutes
  • Berkeley Center for Buddhist Studies
  • Centre for Buddhist Studies at Bristol
  • Centre for Buddhist Studies (The University of Hong Kong)
  • Department of Asian Languages and Cultures
  • Ghent Centre for Buddhist Studies(GCBS)
  • University of the West
  • International Association of Buddhist Studies
  • International Buddhist College (Thailand)
  • Indiana University - Department of Religious Studies
  • Naropa University
  • Robert H.N.Ho Family Foundation Centre for Buddhist Studies at Stanford University
  • Sharpham College
  • TLKY Buddhist Studies
  • That's Melbourne - International Buddhist College of Victoria
  • The University of British Columbia :TLKY Program on Buddhism and Contemporary Society
  • Vipassana Research Institution
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  • Adyar Books Online
  • Bodhi Pub.
  • Buddha's Light Pub
  • Buddhist Text Translation Society
  • Ediciones Dharma (Spanish)
  • Maithri Publications
  • Mandala Books
  • Parallax Press
  • Pariyatti.com
  • Rangjung Yeshe
  • Shambhala Pub
  • Snowlion Pub
  • Tharpa Pub
  • Windhorse Pub
  • Wisdom Pub
  • Wydawnictwo "A" (Polish)
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    Buddhist Organizations
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    Buddhist Protal Site
    • Buddhanet.net - Buddhist information network about all things Buddha and Buddhism.
    • Online Buddhist Center - forum and Buddhist related links geared towards families and children.
    • Buddhism - A comprehensive Web site for both those new to Buddhism and those already familiar with this major religion. All schools of Buddhism are catered for, including Theravada, Mahayana, Pure Land, Zen ...
    • Online Buddhist Center - forum and Buddhist related links geared towards families and children.
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    Magazines & Journals
    • Athenaeum of Buddhism - provides online Buddhist texts, articles, sutras, mantras, and more.
    • Buddhism Today - offers teachings and interviews with prominent teachers of the Karma Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism.
    • Mandala - published by the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).
    • Shambhala Sun - Buddhist inspired magazine offering perspectives on the arts social issues and politics.
    • Shenpenel - presents the teachings of recognized lamas and teachers, with an emphasis on the Karma Kagyu and the Shangpa Kagyu lineages.
    • Tricycle - interactive forum of the independent Buddhist quarterly.
    • Urthona - explores the arts and Western culture from a Buddhist perspective.
    • Zen Unbound - featuring investigative serials, book and movie reviews, and more.
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    News & Media
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    Buddhist Masters
    • About Buddha - features the life and teachings of Buddha.
    • Chodron, Thubten - her teachings, dharma activity schedules, publications, and more.
    • Dalai Lama in Australia - information about his visits between 1982 and 2002, overviews of Buddhism and the Tibetan people, and links.
    • Geshe Kelsang Gyatso - modern Kadampa Buddhist master.
    • His Holiness Kusum Lingpa - pre-eminent Tibetan Buddhist Dzogchen teacher and Nyingma lineage holder.
    • His Holiness Pema Norbu Rinpoche - supreme head of the Nyingma school and throneholder of the Palyul lineage.
    • His Holiness the Dalai Lama in NYC - details of the spiritual leader's trip to New York City in September of 2003.
    • H.E. Chogye Trichen Rinpoche - dedicated to one of the oldest living Tibetan Buddhist monks.
    • Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche - abbot of Rumtek Monastery and the Kagyu sect.
    • Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche - teacher, scholar, and yogi in the Kagyu Buddhist tradition.
    • Lama Zopa Rinpoche - includes images, prayers, practices, and personal notes of the Buddhist high lama.
    • Penguin Putnam: His Holiness the Dalai Lama - information on his books The Art of Happiness and The Path to Tranquility, as well as an excerpt from Ethics for the New Millennium.
    • Pema Chodron - a senior teacher of Shambhala International, she is also the director Gampo Abbey, a Tibetan Buddhist monastery for men and women located in Nova Scotia.
    • Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche - leader of Shambhala International, a network of meditation centers providing instruction in the Shambhala and Tibetan Buddhist traditions.
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    Digital Libraries
    • A-to-Z Photo Dictionary of Japanese Buddhist & Shinto DeitiesOnline since 1995. Over 1,000 photos of the Buddha, Bodhisattva, and Deva, plus reviews of hundreds of deities and demons in the Japanese Buddhist & Shinto pantheons. This site is widely referenced by universities, museums, galleries, art historians, Buddhist practitioners, and lay people from around the world. English, updated frequently, with deity names given in Japanese.
    • Buddhist Artwork - Buddha Statues Online. Online store specializing in hand-carved wood Buddhist statues made by master artisans for the Japanese market, and hand-crafted Buddhist artwork from China and Southeast Asia. Delivery to 50+ countries. All artwork is accompanied by useful reference notes, including Sanskrit, Chinese, and Japanese spellings. This store is the sister site of the A-to-Z Photo Dictionary of Japanese Buddhist & Shinto Deities.
    • Buddihist Heritage
    • Huntington Archive - represents the efforts of over thirty-five years of field documentation photography by John and Susan Huntington, professors of Asian Art History at The Ohio State University. In 1986, the Huntingtons decided to formally expand their photographic collection beyond the countries central to their personal research to include other major countries in Asia that had not yet been documented. When the move from a personal resource materials archive to a pan-Asian documentation project was made, the Huntingtons and the History of Art Department decided to create an institutional archive that could be used for scholarly research and classroom teaching.
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