FOCUS: KF India’s Reviving Activities
India is the root of the Buddhadharma. It’s important to replenish that source.
Nurturing the Source in India
KF-India’s Impact in Villages, Academia, and Beyond
Being a part of KF has not only made it possible for me to connect to people who are engaged in extraordinary work in Buddhist studies—be it research or the work of translation—it has given me an opportunity to meet amazing teachers of Buddhadharma. Rinpoche has always inspired me to explore the great Nalanda tradition and recognize the hidden jewels there.
KF First Person: Uma Pitta
Hindi Translation of Oldest Women-Authored Text
Therīgāthā Pāli Shares the Spiritual Practice of Buddhist Nuns
There are few places in this world where all Buddhists come together under one umbrella—from the pilgrim who offers orchids fresh from Thailand to the Tibetan who has journeyed by bus or train from the Himalayas with a mandala offering of turquoise and coral or the westerner who meditates under the sacred Bodhi Tree. They all share a common commitment to understanding and deepening their relationship to this sacred place—the Mahabodhi Mahavihara, the great Temple at Bodhgaya.