"Jag har sett folk krafsa i springorna mellan stenskulpturer med vassa föremål för att se om det är en dörr till ett rum som bara går att öppna med en viss nyckel."
To her followers, Amma is at least a saint and at best a reincarnation of god.
Photographer Yani Clarke spent a month documenting life and death at Nepal's Pashupatinath Temple, a site that holds more than 40 incinerations a day.
An interview with a man who lacks empathy.
Tibetan Buddhists have been performing sky burials for centuries, and it's one of the most economical – but also totally gory – funeral practices in the world.
If he quits skating every day, his body's going to completely fall apart.
Critics argue that the "Kumari" tradition robs the young girls of their childhoods.
Khyentse Norbu goes to Hollywood.
Remembering the Civil War is reserved for those who won.
Richard Harrison left behind a life of crime to become Bhante, the devout Buddhist.
Banging the drum of Islamophobia might not be the best tactic.
We asked some people in the street.