Publication of a video of chanting of the three main protection discourses along with subtitles.
New photographs on the Photo Dharma website published from a syncretic, Chinese Traditional/Mahāyāna Temple on the Malaysian coast.
The hidden Karmavibhanga reliefs at Borobudur are now available on the Photo Dharma website
Photographs of the 84 Guan Yin Statues at Wat Khao Rup Chang illustrating the Great Compassion Mantra.
A large Temple complex featuring many unusual Thai folk-style reliefs of the Buddha in unusual postures.
Photographs of the Karmavibhanga stories of good and bad deeds and their Heavenly rewards and Hellish punishments at Borobudur, Java.
A new set of photographs telling the story of the Life of the Buddha as carved in reliefs at Borobudur, in Java, Indonesia.
Publication of photographs of modern murals from a Ubosot in Sadao showing the Life of the Buddha.
A university trip to Songkhla and Wat Phranon Laem Pho which houses some fine Golden Buddha statues.
High-definition creative commons photographs from a small but colourful Chinese temple in Sadao District, Thailand, showing the decoration work, together with some further information
New photographs from the stainless steel Chedi Traiphop Traimongkhon in Hatyai, showing the unique structure and the fine murals found inside.
Account of a hectic 1,500 km round trip to see the main Buddhist pilgrimage sites in India.
Photographs from in and around Bodhgaya, including nearly 100 photographs from the Mahabodhi temple.
A new set of six maps showing the main schools of Buddhist Art in India and their provenance, together with further information about the schools.
Photographs and report from the ancient university site of Nalanda, near Rajgir in Bihar.
Report of a trip to the many pilgrimage sites around the old capital of Magadha, Rajgir, where the Buddha was given his first monastery and gave many of his discourses.
History of the sacking of the former capital of Thailand, Ayutthaya, and photographs of the ruined temples that are still to be seen there.
The Uposatha calendar for the recitation of the Pātimokkha from the beginning of Hemanta 2012 up and till the end of Hemanta in 2014.