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In the Scottish Lowlands, Europe's first Buddhist monastery turns 40 by AFP, May 10, 2007
Increasingly open to Westerners, the monastery has also established centres in more than 20 countries, including Belgium, Ireland, Poland, South Africa, Spain and Switzerland. The monks and nuns, their heads shaved and wearing orange or burgundy robes, hurry up the small steps that lead them to the temple -- the first built in the West. But there are not just monks.
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The hip and cool take to Buddhism by Saryu Mahajan, CNN-IBN
New Delhi: More and more young people are following various forms of Buddhism like Delhi University law student Anirudh Goswami who plays for a band to unwind and chants Buddhist hymns for solace.
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In the Buddha’s footsteps by S.B. TOH, The Star, May 5, 2007
This is the bodhi tree, planted and replanted from saplings of the original, under which, 25 centuries ago, a certain prince turned pauper and seeker-after-the-truth sat and, meditating, found the answers to the questions of life.
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Shepherd leads experts to ancient Buddha cave paintings by Maseeh Rahman, The Guardian, May 4, 2007
Kathmandu, Nepal -- A shepherd in a remote region of Nepal near the border with Tibet has been instrumental in the discovery of an extraordinary art treasure that lay hidden from the world for centuries - a collection of 55 exquisite cave paintings depicting the life of Buddha.
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Ancient caves with Buddhist paintings found in Nepal by ZeeNews, May 4, 2007
Kathmandu, Nepal -- Explorers have discovered a series of caves decorated with ancient Buddhist paintings, set in sheer cliffs in Nepal's remote Himalayan north, leaving archaeologists excited and puzzled.
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Sri Lanka press ignores world Buddhism by Janaka Perera, Asian Tribune 2007-05-03
Although there are numerous international Buddhist publications and websites such as t he BBC's Buddhism News, the Buddhist Channel, Shambala Sun and Tricycle that focus on global Buddhist events not a single mainstream Sri Lankan English newspaper here gives sufficient coverage to them – even on poya days.
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Sri Lanka press ignores world Buddhism by Janaka Perera, Asian Tribune, May 3, 2007
Colombo, Sri Lanka -- Looking at Sri Lanka 's English language press we wonder whether an unseen anti-Buddhist hand is manipulating it. More than 40 years after the Press Commission noted the scant attention that the mainstream English newspapers give to the coverage of world Buddhist news, the situation remains largely the same.
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World's tallest Buddhist pagoda in east China by Hindu - Chennai,India May 2, 2007
The 13-storey Zen Buddhist pagoda is believed to be the tallest pagoda in the world as it is nearly 42 meters taller than the Shwedagon Paya in Myanmar
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Enlightening gestures by MAJORIE CHIEW, Malaysia Star ,Monday April 30, 2007
The way the Buddha used his fingers while preaching has been captured by sculptors, painters and carvers in their works.
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Consecration ceremony for Buddha images by The Star April 30, 2007
PENANG: It was a glittering sea of gold at the Bodhi Heart Sanctuary’s Zen Garden in Mount Erskine where 3,200 tiny Buddha images were consecrated during a symbolic ceremony.
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