The "spirit" of unused paid leaves will be mourned, and then "purified" by a priest’s prayers.
Buddhist night festivals are infamous for mistreating elephants, whose legs are shackled and stabbed during the parades.
"Being a practitioner of Buddhism, we sit around and meditate a lot—and that's free."
The Japanese hashtag #僧衣でできるもん, “I can do it in monk’s robes,” is more than just a Twitter thing.
On today's podcast episode, we talk about how the traditional Buddhist practice has been commodified.
They posed bare-ass in front of a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, which could leave them behind bars for a decade.
Designer Patricia Wu Wu teams up with digital artist Asad Khan to bring you abstract animated short, 'Metanoia.'
Yota Yoshida’s contemplative images are far from what you’d expect from the most populous metropolitan area in the world.
'Monumental Lhasa: Fortress, Palace, Temple' brings Tibetan architecture to New York City's Rubin Museum.
Kazuki Yazawa, 27, will represent his country at Rio 2016, despite having to balance his training with daily prayer and meditation.
Forget macabre-looking cakes—Kittiwat Un-ar-rom's been baking bodies out of bread.
Stephen O'Malley and Greg Anderson open up about the cathartic nature of music in dark times, the strength of spiritual imagery, and the power of the almighty riff.