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Trains to run through Buddhist circuit by The Hindu, Sept 15, 2006
New Delhi, India -- Ever fancied visiting Buddhist religious places? Is travelling across India, visiting tourist and cultural destinations, one of your long-cherished dreams? If yes, the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation has tailor-made travel programmes.
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Buddhist stupa in China by Arun K Bhandari, Central Chronicle, Sept 14, 2006
Henan Province, China -- As part of efforts to boost ties of friendship and share culture between India and China, a majestic Indian-style Buddhist stupa on the pattern of the World Heritage Sanchi Mahayana stupas, is taking shape in this historic temple town of Henan Province.
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Buddhist nun honored for life's work by Christina L. Esparza, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Sept 10, 2006
ROSEMEAD, CA (USA) -- Being a Buddhist nun is a far cry from what the Venerable Yifa had set out to do in her younger life. She wanted to be a politician. "I was very ambitious," Yifa remembered. "I wanted to shake up the system."
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Buddhism Academy ends first phase of construction by VNS, Sept 9, 2006
Hanoi, Vietnam -- A ceremony was held to mark the completion of the first phase of the Viet Nam Buddhism Academy in Ha Noiís outlying district of Soc Son yesterday. The academy also began classes for the 5th school year for Bachelor of Arts in Buddhism.
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Buddhism, a landmark in Uzbekistan's history by UZReport , Sept 8, 2006
Tashkent, Uzbekistan -- An exhibition "Monuments of Buddhism in the south of Uzbekistan", dedicated to the history of the development of Buddhism in different historical cultural regions of Central Asia is taking place from 30 August through 30 October in the Tashkent gallery of fine art under the National Bank of Uzbekistan. This exhibition, according to the organizers, was organized specially by the arrival of the prime minister of Japan, Junichiro Koizumi, into Uzbekistan.
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From Ruins to Ruined by Richard C. Paddock, Los Angeles Times, September 7, 2006
Myanmar's regime is obliterating a cultural treasure as it `rebuilds' ancient temples to bring in tourists. Experts are aghast -- and uninvited. BAGAN, Myanmar -- The bricklayers are paid $1.35 a day to rebuild the ancient ruin: a small, 13th century temple reduced by time to little more than its foundation.
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From Ruins to Ruined by Richard C. Paddock, Times Staff Writer, September 7, 2006
Myanmar's regime is obliterating a cultural treasure as it `rebuilds' ancient temples to bring in tourists. Experts are aghast -- and uninvited.
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Loving monk by MAJORIE CHIEW, The Star, September 6, 2006
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -- Death is no cause for sorrow, but it would be sorrow if one dies without having done something for oneself and for the world. Ė Chief Reverend Venerable Dr K. Sri Dhammananda, Food for The Thinking Mind
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American Buddhism on the rise by Jane Lampman, The Christian Science Monitor, September 14, 2006
Cambridge, MASS. (USA) -- That genial face has become familiar across the globe - almost as recognizable when it comes to religious leaders, perhaps, as Pope John Paul II. When in America, the Dalai Lama is a sought-after speaker, sharing his compassionate message and engaging aura well beyond the Buddhist community.
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Building on tradition by Carolyn Y. Johnson, Globe Staff | August 31, 2006, www.boston.com
Monks plan to erect a temple on their 47 acres in Raynham
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