Sakyadhita Resources on Women in Buddhism
A Tibetan lady spins the prayer wheels near the exit of the Potala Palace. Lhasa, Tibet.
Photo Credit: Dennis Walker via Flickr.
Sakyadhita is a clearinghouse for a number of resources on women and gender in Buddhism. We are working to make those resources more easily accessible through this website and a variety of social media platforms. Please bear with us as we continue to improve these resources. If you have questions or concerns please feel free to contact us
The Sakyadhita newsletter has been published once or twice a year since 1990 and currently is mailed to its members.
The newsletter contains information on the Sakyadhita International conferences, articles on the most recent conferences, reviews of recently published books related to women and Buddhism, and other articles of interest to women practitioners of the Dharma. All of the articles are written by Sakyadhita members on a volunteer basis. If you're interested in volunteering, please contact us.
Sakyadhita is working to make conference proceedings and published papers available in e-book format. Over the next few months the list of publications available on this page will grow. Interested in helping with this project? Contact us! We'd love to hear from you.