The University of Indianapolis is hosting a group of seven Tibetan Buddhist monks from one of the most celebrated monasteries, Labrang Tashi Kyil. This is the fourth visit of the monks to Indiana, which has a special relation with Tibetan Buddhism.
Most people agree that religious cultures are shaped by — and in turn influence — what believers can and cannot eat. Taste what we mean.
CIC board member KP Singh reports on the celebration of Losar at the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center in Bloomington
The Center for Interfaith Cooperation Invites You to the Sacred Space Tours Please join us in visiting the diverse congregations of Indianapolis. This opportunity will allow you to meet people and learn about the various faiths within
May 3rd — Explore practice based on the Lotus Sutra and Nichiren Buddhism, which teaches that each person has within the courage, wisdom and compassion to face and surmount any of life’s challenges.
April 19th — History, beliefs and practices of Buddhism and Jainism. The second in the series of Sunday morning classes taught by Don Knebel.