A documentary by CCTV about the earliest Buddhist cave complex in China, the Yungang Grottoes.
This film was shot between 2007 and 2008 during the run up to the Beijing Olympics, and interviews most of the main players on the Tibetan side.
Slideshows made of photographs taken in India by youtube user kartazon.
A documentary tracing the history of the discovery of the Buddha’s relics at Piprahwa in northern India and the subsequent controversy surrounding them.
In these episodes of National Geographic Live! three of the participants in the making of the documentaries about lost caves in Mustang, Nepal discuss what making these films meant for them.
This is a wonderful documentary looking at the close cross-cultural links between India and Indonesia.
A documentary by David Cherniack that looks the place of the oracles in Tibetan Buddhism, their history and their role in the current tradition.
This film from 2002 is a look at the esoteric world of the Tibetan yogi, and includes interviews with the Dalai Lama and some outstanding practitioners in the modern era.
This 15-minute film is afascinating look at the decade-long conservation effort being made on the oldest, complete, dated printed book in history, a scroll of the Diamond Sutra, from 868 CE.