Buddhist Magazines and Journals
Buddhist magazine published three times a year. Contains articles, features, tips and quotes that inspire and allow readers to gain insight on life, and to better understand the Buddhist teachings.
Provides daily aggregated international news and features on Buddhism.
Offers regular Buddhist news, glossary, art, and Bodhi Journal, featuring articles on Buddha's life, sutra commentaries, zen stories, and more.
Buddhist Society UK
Publishes quarterly journal The Middle Way presenting articles by noted Buddhist teachers and scholars on various aspects of Buddhist theory, practice, history, etc.
Linking Buddha Dharma and related subjects for a better understanding of the current Buddhist trends in order to build bridges connecting Buddhists and inspiring Buddhists from all over the world.
Articles and commentaries about Buddhist practice from a contemporary Western Zen perspective.
Free weekly Buddhist email newsletter.
Produces On the Way journal - monthly selection of Zen, Buddhist, and Taoist classics.
Newsletter of Abhayagiri Monastery (USA), a Buddhist community in the tradition of Ajahn Chah.
Newsletter informing about the activities of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, as well as other Buddhist teachers and their teachings.
International Journal of Tantric Studies
Scholarly journal dealing with both Buddhist and Hindu aspects of Tantra.
Journal of Global Buddhism
Scholarly journal established to promote the study of Buddhism's globalization with a particular focus on non-Asian countries. Includes research articles, discussions, critical notes, bulletins, and reviews.
Tibetan Buddhist magazine published by the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. Contains real stories of Tibetan Buddhist life, teachings from the lamas and sangha, as well as news.
Online Journal of Indology
Dedicated to promoting scholarly research in the history of Indian philosophy and logic, science, technology, religion, and medicine.
Official newsletter site of the Center for Pragmatic Buddhism (CPB). Pragmatic Buddhism is a form of applied pragmatism, and can also be viewed as a naturalistic approach to spirituality.
Sacred Texts: Buddhism
Includes free online Buddhist texts of hundreds of the most important books and articles ever written.
Buddhist-inspired magazine offering perspectives on to the arts, social issues, politics and health.
Presents the teachings of recognized lamas and teachers, with an emphasis on the Karma Kagyu and the Shangpa Kagyu lineages.
Buddhist magazine providing forum for exploring Buddhist ideas and their integration with Western disciplines. Presents non-dogmatic approach to daily-life issues.
Selected articles from magazine exploring the arts and Western culture from a Buddhist perspective.