The performances featured different indigenous music, colorful garments, ancient instruments and sacred artifacts.
Students can watch the monks build their sand Mandala until Friday at noon, where the sand will be destroyed with flowing water.
With a day left before one of the most contentious elections in recent history, many are finding their lives consumed by political news. One Cal Poly professor with a new book on Buddhism and politics says we may be setting ourselves up for unnecessary distress. Political science professor Matthew J. Moore’s first book, “Buddhism and […]
My Buddhist philosophy professor is a 40-something white man from New Jersey. He was ordained as a Buddhist monk in China and practiced in Thailand for many years. He is also a surgeon.
The sand mandala located at Cal Poly was destroyed on Friday in a closing ceremony performing by visiting Tibetan Buddhist monks.