H.H. The Dalai Lama's Message for the "Chant for Change" Event
Mummified Monk in Mongolia 'Not Dead', Say Buddhists
On Saturday October 8th, at Washington’s famed Lincoln Memorial, at the site of one of America’s most famous landmarks, an event never seen before on this scale in Washington will take place. Chant4Change will focus on the performances of dozens of musicians, from a variety of religious and spiritual traditions, who will join together for a day and evening of music calling out to the Divine in chant, prayer, and song. To celebrate the event, H.H. the Dalai Lama also sent a message.
Dalai Lama Donates $1.7 Million Prize to Charity
A mummified monk found preserved in Mongolia last week has been baffling and astounding those who uncovered him.
The Dalai Lama received the 2012 Templeton Prize for his work linking science and wider questions of faith and religion. The Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader was awarded the prize, which comes with $1.7 million, Monday at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
Dalai Lama To Host Washington D.C. Peace Festival In July
The Dalai Lama will visit Washington next month for an 11-day peace rally that is being billed as "the largest gathering for world peace in history."
Exiled Tibetan Community Gets New Prime Minister After Dalai Lama Gives Up Political Roles
A Harvard legal scholar has been elected the next prime minister of Tibet's government-in-exile, officials announced Wednesday, paving the way for new leadership in the Tibetan community as the Dalai Lama gives up political power.
Dalai Lama Wants To Give Up Ceremonial Duties
The Dalai Lama wants to give up his lesser known role as the ceremonial leader of the Tibetan government-in-exile, an aide said Tuesday, in what appeared to be another step in the aging leader's efforts to prepare his people for life after he dies.
ISKCON Carnival a Big Hit at Parliament of World Religions
For the third year in a row the troupe of Le Carnaval Spiritual has embarked on a 3 month tour of Australia. The success of previous festival tours has led to widespread enthusiasm for the group of talented devotees to perform at different events around the country. Following the success of last years festivals in Victoria, they were invited to the Parliament of World Religions which was hosted in Melbourne.