A-Z Photo Dictionary of Japanese Buddhism … “The Face of Buddhism & Shintoism in Japanese Art.” Webmaster Mark Schumacher writes: “This photo library and dictionary is a labor of love. After moving to Kamakura in 1993, I became intrigued by the many deities and faces of Japanese Buddhism and Shintoism. There are dozens of temples and shrines near my home, many dating from the 8th to 13th centuries, many open to the public. There are now 1,000+ photos in this library, ranging from the treasures of Kamakura to those of Nara, Kyoto, and elsewhere in Japan.”
… Sister site: Buddhist Art – Resources & Links page (includes a list of “Schools, Sects, and Religious Organizations” plus Dictionaries & Glossaries; Museums; Temples, Shrines & Pilgrimages, and more). An e-store and informational site that is…”Aimed at art lovers, Buddhist practitioners, and laity alike…not associated with any educational institution, private corporation, governmental agency, or religious group.”
Access to Insight – Readings in Theravada Buddhism.
The Berzin Archives [Tibetan Buddhism] – Collection of works of American scholar and author Alexander Berzin, who spent 29 years in India studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism. … Supported exclusively by user donations, Berzin Archives aims to provide on the Internet a free multilingual tool for learning about the four Tibetan Buddhist traditions and about Central Asian history and culture.
The Blue Mountain Lotus Society – Embraces aspects of the Zen and Shin teachings. Affiliated with the Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii Betsuin Cyber Sangha through Sensei Tony Stultz and Shuso Virginia Parkum.
Bright Dawn Center of Oneness Buddhism – (formerly the Rev. Gyomay Kubose Dharma Legacy and then the Bright Dawn Institute for American Buddhism) A nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Rev. Gyomay M. Kubose’s vision of American Buddhism. Open, eclectic. Concentrates on individual spiritual growth.
BuddhaNet – Buddhist Information Network, affiliated with the Buddha Dharma Education Association, Inc. Offers extensive information and links.
Buddhist Hospices & HIV/Aids – Sections: Buddhist Hospice Directory • Caring for the Dying & Bereaved • Funeral Rites for the Dead • Download Articles and eBooks on Death & Dying • HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care
Buddhist Peace Fellowship – An organization of engaged Buddhists involved in disarmament work, environmental issues and human rights.
Buddhist Studies – WWW Virtual Library – A comprehensive website provided by the Australian National University that contains massive amounts of information on all schools of Buddhism.
Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai: Society for the Promotion of Buddhism – Established in 1965 by the Rev. Dr. Yehan Numata “to transmit the Buddhist religion to as many people in the world as possible, without expounding the doctrines of any particular sect or denomination.” Promotes “a wide range of activities and projects in the hope of contributing to world peace and mutual understanding among humanity.”
Center for Global Nonkilling (was The Center for Global Non-violence) – “The mission of the Center for Global Nonkilling is to promote change toward the measurable goal of a killing-free world.”
CloudWater Zendo – A Buddhist meditation center dedicated to Ch’an meditation, Pure Land Buddhism, the combined practice of Ch’an and Pure Land meditation.
DharmaNet – A “multi-media resource center for learning about meditation, wisdom and compassionate action.” …Links to “the most effective teachings on the web.” …Includes a directory of Dharma centers and practice groups.
Digital Library and Museum of Buddhist Studies – Comprehensive online Buddhist resource site maintained by the Center for Buddhist Studies, National Taiwan University.
The Edicts of King Ashoka – Presented by the Buddhist Publication Society.
Honganji Otani Web – Interactive temple, Shin Buddhism in Japan (English version home page with access to Japanese version as well).
International Buddhist Meditation Center – Founded by Vietnamese scholar and Zen master, the late Dr. Thich Thien-An, this center focuses on Zen practice with an openness to Pure Land teachings. Offers Dharma talks.
The Journal of Buddhist Ethics – An online journal promoting the study of Buddhist ethics through the publication of research articles, discussions and critical notes, bulletins, and reviews.
Nichiren’s Coffeehouse and Gohonzon Gallery – The most extensive site on the Internet regarding the Lotus Sutra and Nichiren Buddhism. Also, many links to other traditions including Pure Land.