IBC and Gujarat Govt in building Grand Vihara at Devni Mori 0

Devni Mori was in ancient times an important Buddhist destination in Gujarat, dating back to the 3rd-4th century AD. In more recent times, the findings of remains of a stupa,

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Climate Change

Bhutan Planted 108K Trees Saplings to Celeberate first birthday of Crown prince 0

  Volunteers in the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan planted a total of 108,000 trees in the month of March  to commemorate the birth of the first child of the King

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Dialogue On Vinaya

IBC Initiative: Dialogue on Vinaya: A first in centuries 1

At a two-day Dialogue on Vinaya  held on March 18-19, 2015, senior monks of the Nalanda tradition based in India, and high-ranking monks of the Theravada tradition from Sri Lanka

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No To Plastics

IBC organised tree plantation drive , suggests avoid plastic use 0

To celebrate the 80th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on July 5, 2015, the International Buddhist Confederation (IBC) organised a ‘Tree Plantation’ drive along the banks of the

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Wild LIfe Conservation

Bhutan Planted 108K Trees Saplings to Celeberate first birthday of Crown prince 0

  Volunteers in the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan planted a total of 108,000 trees in the month of March  to commemorate the birth of the first child of the King

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Interfaith Understanding

IBC organizes exhibition of Buddhist Bhoti and Islamic Calligraphy 0

The International Buddhist Confederation organized a unique Calligraphy exhibition and talk featuring Buddhist Bhoti and Islamic Calligraphy in August 2014 to highlight creativity as the highest form of spirituality at the India, International Centre,

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IBC Global Envoy, Ani Choying Drolma Singing for Nepal relief at Hong Kong on April 20 0

Many people say the ethereal singing of Nepalese Buddhist nun and world-renowned musician Ani Choying Drolma has a healing effect—not only due to her remarkable talent but also because of

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