Monthly Archives: March 2016

From Building Buddhism to Building Hinduism…..

Here at the Centre for Religion and Public Life, Emma and I have been busy writing up our research about Buddhist buildings in England into a final report and some academic journal articles.  Once the report is finalised, our aim … Continue reading

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‘Where Do We Start? Right Here…’ Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey, Northumberland

  In 1970, the Northumberland farm buildings and land that were to become Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey were purchased by the early disciples of Reverend Master Jiyu-Kennett, the founder of the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives.  The burgeoning Sōtō Zen Buddhist … Continue reading

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