Our Journal is published to promote both the academic study of Buddhism, especially the origins of Buddhism and the application of the teachings to daily life.
Collaboration with the International Institute
Dhammachai International Research Institute initiated their projects by seeking cooperation with international organizations and scholars who specialize in the area of early Buddhist teachings. They also encourage the scholars and researchers of DIRI to do the research and publish their work. DIRI have signed a memorandum of understanding with well known universities in many countries for promoting the Buddhist studies, supporting the studies on early Buddhist teachings, training researchers to transliterate the ancient scripts from early Buddhist manuscripts, and providing scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate students in Buddhist studies. These universities include University of Washington in Seattle, America, University of Oslo in Norway, University of Oxford in England, University of Sydney in Australia, and University of Otago in NZ.
What kind of research do they do and what are their interests?
Research interests : An edition and study of the Pali and Sanskrit Buddhist texts.
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