Buddhist Library, Nagoya
Lotus Research Centre, Nepal
Lotus Research Centre (LRC) is a non-profit,
non-government and government registered
organization dedicated to the cause of
preserving and promoting Buddhist culture
through research and studies with a view to
contributing to the quality of life of all
Buddhists in Nepal.
Asa Archives (Asa Saphu kuthi), Nepal
Asha Archives is a public library of Nepalese
manuscripts, named after the late Mr. Asha Man
Singh Kansakar. The nucleus of this collection
was donated by Prem Bahadur Kansakar to Cwasa
Pasa, a premier literary association of Newar
writers on August 16, 1985. To this personal
collection were later added the donations of
valuable manuscripts and palmleaf documents by
several well-wishers and friends.
FOAB (Forum of Asian Buddhism), Japan
an evening of May 2003, a small meeting took
place at Tokurinji temple of Nagoya, Japan. The
meeting was a farewell party to Hoan Tron Sho,
Ph.D. on the occasion of his going back to his
home land, Vietnam after a nine-year study in
Japan on Buddhism. Among the people present on
the occasion were Professor Maeda Egaku, a
retired Professor of Buddhism from Aichi Gakuin
Daigaku, Ven. Shucho Takaoka, . . .
Kids Guernika, Nagoya
m× 7.8m)の巨大なキャンパスに平和の絵画を描くというプロジェクトです。. . .
who feel a special attachment to Nepal and the
Nepalese people, welcomed the . . .
Singhini Research Centre
Singhini Anusandhan Kendra (Singhini Research
Center) is an independent association, which
aims to preserve and promote the cultural
heritage of the Himalayas. Founded in March 2001
at the instigation of Franck Bernede, a french
cellist and ethnomusicologist, the center is
situated in the ancient royal city of Patan (Lalitpur).