Sudarshanaloka and the Beyul tradition

At the age of nineteen, while studying scroll painting in Katmandhu, Ian Baker became fascinated with the Tibetan Buddhist stories of beyuls: remote…

Posted by Ratnavyuha on 28 December 2019

A path of regular steps

It was a rocky road, but now we have a path that runs true. Much like the dharma!

Posted by Akasamati on 19 December 2019

New President for Sudarshanaloka

It's a great pleasure to announce that Dharmachari Arthavadin has been appointed as president of the Sudarshanaloka Trust.

Posted by Akasamati on 19 December 2019

Violence under the name of 'Buddhism' is not Buddhism

If you are worried about the ever-worsening Buddhist-led violence against the mostly-Muslim Rohingya in Burma ... so are we. It is a principle of our…

Posted by Ratnavyuha on 13 September 2017

Giant Kauri near Sudarshanaloka

One of the largest known Kauri trees in Aotearoa was located along the ridge feeding water into the Tararu river. It was considered a local treasure,…

Posted by Ratnavyuha on 10 September 2017

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