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在这里探索来自各大佛教传统的千万页文本

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BUDA:BDRC的档案平台

BDRC的佛教数字档案馆(BUDA)提供了数字研究工具,并提供了由BDRC及其众多合作伙伴提供的数百万页佛教文本。请在这里阅读我们的使用指南。

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BUDA:BDRC的档案平台

BUDA’s IIIF interface

BDRC的佛教数字档案馆(BUDA)提供超过一千七百万页的佛教文献,并提供数字工具以支持研究。

项目

我们的团队由学者、技术专家、图书馆员和项目专家组成,他们充满保护和分享佛教文化遗产的热情,帮助BDRC实现它的使命。

Budhist Digital Resource Center Preservation of Tibetan literary heritage

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新闻

团队

我们的国际团队以创新和专注的精神来开展BDRC的各项任务,用他们各自的专长使BDRC成为佛教文献的网上家园。

合作伙伴

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Indian Council for Cultural Relations

Led by the Buddhist scholar Lokesh Chandra, the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) ICCR is an organization of the government of India supporting cultural exchange, dialogue, and India’s external cultural relations. Centered in New Delhi, the ICCR offers an online library comprised of culturally significant texts in a number of languages and formats. The organization was founded in 1950 by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

ICCR President Lokesh Chandra has published prolifically, producing notable volumes including Tibetan-Sanskrit Dictionary, A History of Tibetan Literature, and Dictionary of Buddhist Art. The Council commits itself to promoting and actualizing cultural diplomacy through a broad range of activities, and financially supports a number of cultural institutions throughout India.

BDRC is partnered with ICCR President Lokesh Chandra to scan and make accessible his personal collection of Sanskrit materials.

Indian Council for Cultural Relations

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Digital Divide Data

Digital Divide Data transforms lives around the world through sustainable training and employment programs which provide a path to lifelong employment and opportunity. DDD has built a proven work-study methodology to train, support and employ talented individuals around the world, and thereby provide high quality, competitively priced ITO/BPO services to customers. Since 2001, DDD’s program has increased lifetime earning for youth in Cambodia, Laos and Kenya by a projected total of more than US$350 million.

Digital Divide Data

Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies

Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies

The Central University of Tibetan Studies (CUTS) at Sarnath is one of a kind in the country. The university was established in 1967. The university was established in 1967 for the education of the young Tibetans and those from the Himalayan border regions of India, who have religion, culture, and language in common with Tibet. Originally called Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies (CIHTS), it began functioning as a constituent wing of the Sampurnananda Sanskrit University, and eventually emerged as an autonomous body in 1977 under the Department of Culture, Ministry of Education, Government of India.

BDRC is engaged in a scanning and digitization partnership with the Central University of Tibetan Studies focusing on collections located in India.

Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies

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Budhist Digital Resource Center Locations map

剑桥,马萨诸塞州 
美国USA

乌兰巴托
蒙古

杭州
中国

新德里 
印度

曼谷
泰国

金边
柬埔寨