Anagarika Dharmapala

A short biography of the great Sri Lankan reformer and revivalist Anagarika Dharmapala.

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Anuradhapura, the City of the Buddhist Sangha

A talk at the University of California by Osmund Bopearachchi on the ancient capital of Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.

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Children’s Past Lives

A documentary looking at various cases of past life recall amongst children around the world.

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Amazing Sri Lanka

Three videos from Sri Lanka in the Amazing Places series covering temples and shrines in Anuradhapura, Dambulla and Sigiriya.

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Footprint of the Buddha

A journey through the early form of Buddhism as practised in Sri Lanka, with Ven Ananda Maitreya as our guide.

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Wild Sri Lanka: Forests of Clouds

The last of three films about the natural ecology of Sri Lanka, looks at the forests and the amazing biodiversity found in them (NatGeo).

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Wild Sri Lanka: Land of Lakes

The second of three films about the natural ecology of Sri Lanka, looks at the difference the lakes, both natural and man-made, make to the wildlife (NatGeo).

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Wild Sri Lanka: Coast of Giants

The first of three films about the natural ecology of Sri Lanka, explores the oceans and coastlands of the country (NatGeo).

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A Christian Buddha: The Medieval Tale of Barlaam and Josaphat

The first in a series of three lectures by Prof. Donald S. Lopez, in which he looks at the medieval encounters between Buddhism and Christianity, and the misunderstandings it gave rise to.

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The Sukhothai Dynasty (Folkways of Indochina)

A look at the first Thai kingdom of Sukhothai which flourished from the 13th to the 15th centuries.

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