Buddhist links by Roger Garin-Michaud
Buddhist Videos on line
Buddhist Audio files on line
Please help build a Tara statue
some links for those who have an interest for sanskrit
For beginners students of Buddhism
if you are looking for books on Buddhism
Buddhist mailing lists in English language
- Buddhist Statements by Bhikkhu Samahita (on Yahoo Groups)
- FPMT (the mailing list of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition on Yahoo Groups)
- Kagyu (on Yahoo Groups)
- Pali (on Yahoo Groups)
- Theravada Buddhists (on Yahoo Groups)
- What Buddha Said (on Google Groups)
Buddhist mailing lists in German language
- General Buddhism (German language, send an email with "subscribe" as subject)
- Zen Forum (German language)
Articles on Wikipedia
new URL for the Maitreya Project
some new pages added recently
some new Buddhist sites found recently
Buddhist websites in Afghanistan
Buddhist websites in Argentina
Buddhist websites in Australia
Buddhist websites in Austria
Buddhist centers in Benelux
Buddhist sites in Brazil
Buddhist sites in Canada
Buddhist sites in China
Buddhist sites in Finland
Buddhist sites in France
Buddhist sites in Germany
Buddhist sites in Hong Kong
Buddhist sites in India
Buddhist sites in Indonesia
- Kadam Choeling (Bandung)
- Wihara (translation into Indonesian of some Buddhist texts)
Buddhist sites in Ireland
- Chagchen (Alex Wilding's site)
Buddhist sites in Italy
Buddhist sites in Japan
Buddhist sites in Malaysia
Buddhist sites in Mexico
Buddhist sites in Nepal
Buddhist sites in New Zealand
Buddhist sites in the Netherlands
Buddhist websites in Panama
- Poyin unknown new address for this web site (in Cantonese only for the time being)
Buddhist sites in Poland
Buddhist sites in Portugal
Buddhist web sites in Russia
Buddhist sites in Singapore
Buddhist sites in Spain
Buddhist sites in Sri Lanka
Buddhist sites in Switzerland
Buddhist sites in Taiwan
Buddhist sites in Thailand
- Kuisomchai's Buddhist monk's site unknown address for this website in Thai language only for the time being
Buddhist sites in the UK
Buddhist sites in Ukraine
Buddhist sites in the USA
Buddhist sites in Vietnam
sites on Tibetan medicine
Here are some links gathered from
- Asynchronous School of Buddhist Dialectics
- Dharma Haven
- Jhampa Shaneman - Buddhist astrology, Thubten Choling, and background information.
- Kagyu Samye Ling Tibetan Centre - Meditation courses, Buddhist teachings, Tibetan medicine and therapy, and the Holy Island Project.
- Tibetan Buddhism
- Tibetan Buddhist Resource - comprehensive links to Tibetan Buddhist centers, Tibetan arts & crafts, and educational file sources.
- Dhargyey Buddhist Centre of Dunedin - regular meetings and classes are held at the Centre covering Buddhist philosophy, meditation and practice, as well as Tibetan language. All classes are free and open to the public.
- Dzogchen Foundation - preserving the teachings of Dzogchen and transmitting them to Westerners in an accessible form.
- Karma Kagyu Thigsum Chokhorling - Buddhist study and retreat facility accepted by H.H. XV1 Gyalwa Karmapa as his
New Zealand headquarters.
- Karmê Chöling - Buddhist meditation center founded by Venerable Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche.
- Milarepa Fund, The - non-profit organization started by the Beastie Boys in 1994 to raise funds for helping the
- Namgyal Monastery Online - info about monastery and the Institute of Buddhist Studies, plus other links, sounds,
and images of a related nature.
- Nyingma Centers - founded by Head Lama Tarthang Tulku, a reincarnate master, the Center offers education through
six non-profit institutions and service organizations.
- Padmasambhava Buddhist Center - devoted to the study and teaching of Tibetan Buddhism, and the preservation of Tibetan culture.
- Rokpa - presents the work of Dr Akong Tulku Rinpoche in the fields of
Tibetan Buddhism, humanitarian aid and therapy.
- Sakya Losal Choe Dzong - is run by the Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra.
- Shambhala - Buddhist meditation, creating enlightened society, and Shambhala
Training (non-religious application of meditation in everyday life).
- Dalai Lama - Tibetans in exile.
- Nobel Prize for Peace: Acceptance Speech, Oslo, Norway, 1989 by Tenzin Gyatso, 16th Dalai Lama of Tibet ........ transcribed by Jessica Brown, for Mountain Man Graphics, Australia, 2nd Day of (the Sou
some FPMT centers
here is a few Gelug-pa
here is a list of some Sakya-pa centers
here is a list of some Kagyu-pa centers
here is a list of some Nyingma centers
and last but not least the site of Namgyal Monastery is at : http://www.namgyal.org
and they listed the following sites
Other Sites of Interest
These links are valid at the creation of this page (December 22nd 1997), my apologies if they are not when you
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