Tag Archives: Archaeology

Shambhala SunSpace » On the Buddhism Beat: The “Rule-Breakers” Edition

Shambhala SunSpace » On the Buddhism Beat: The “Rule-Breakers” Edition
By Danny Fisher
There are also many truly fascinating odds-and-ends to report on, including (my favorites) the discovery of the missing piece of a Cambodian Buddhist statue that has been on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for

The ancient Buddhist cave temples at Xumishan face danger

The ancient Buddhist cave temples at Xumishan face danger
Examiner.com
Much of the art you’ll find here is religious in nature, having been influenced by both Indian and central Asian cultures. Note that the 130 grottoes are

KU to Study Silk Route: Relevance, Revival

KU to Study Silk Route: Relevance, Revival
Kashmir Observer – Srinagar,Jammu and Kashmir,India
Geography, Economy, Buddhist Studies, Sociology and Islamic Studies under the Another team consisting of an Archaeologist, Historian, Linguist and a

ASI plans to conduct more excavation

ASI plans to conduct more excavation
Times of India – New Delhi,India
Former Patna University HoD of Ancient Indian History and Archaeology the late BP was the major centre of the tantric cult of Buddhism, Sinha said.

News | The Independent UK – British ‘Indiana Jones’ finds missing …

News | The Independent UK – British ‘Indiana Jones’ finds missing
By The Independent
This theory undermines the view that the Khmers followed a compassionate Buddhist philosophy. “It’s something of a tectonic shift in archaeology“, Dr Sharrock said. View full article here

Missing legs of 900-year-old Buddhist statue found in Cambodian jungle

Missing legs of 900-year-old Buddhist statue found in Cambodian jungle
Daily News & Analysis – Mumbai,India
London: An archaeology professor has discovered the missing legs of a 900-year-old Buddhist statue deep in the Cambodian jungle, rewriting history in the

Enjoy the glory of a unique heritage

The entrance to the Museum .

Enjoy the glory of a unique heritage
Sunday Times.lk – Columbo,Sri Lanka
Primarily an archaeological site museum, it is also a visitor information early Buddhist monasteries, the ‘golden age’ of Sigiriya, the terracotta