Emptiness Hall, an online Buddhist monastery

William Blackburn Tuladhar-Douglas

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Abstract

Emptiness Hall is a Buddhist monastery in Second Life. It is intended both as a teaching tool for students learning about Buddhist rituals and as a research and outreach centre for the Scottish Buddhist studies community.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Tuladhar-Douglas, W. B. (Author). (2009). Emptiness Hall, an online Buddhist monastery. Digital or Visual Products
Emptiness Hall, an online Buddhist monastery. Tuladhar-Douglas, William Blackburn (Author). 2009.

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Tuladhar-Douglas, WB, Emptiness Hall, an online Buddhist monastery, 2009, Digital or Visual Products.
Tuladhar-Douglas WB (Author). Emptiness Hall, an online Buddhist monastery 2009.
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