A constellation of SGI websites
SGI President Daisaku Ikeda’s engagement is sustained by his belief in the dignity and supreme value of life and the creative potential of every individual.
Thoughts and essays on the concepts and teachings of Mahayana Buddhism. A lay practitioner who wants to help others understand the teachings of the Buddha.
The African and African American Proud Black Buddhist Website. We are the modern World's 1st Black Sangha. This is the website where Nichiren Buddhism is explained via a Black cultural model. We are like the Black entertainment Television of Buddhism. We are like a Black radio station where you can learn Buddhism with Soul. We just added Proud Black Buddhist India.For live chat Download Proud Black Buddhist Online Chat Room from Paltalk.
Worldwide Buddhist network which promotes peace, culture and education through personal transformation and social contribution. Buddhist concepts, news, links with SGI organizations around the world and more.
Buddhism - Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Lincoln - SGI-UK East Midlands HQ - The Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin -
Our philosophy is rooted in the concept of human revolution, a process of inner transformation through Buddhist practice. We believe that happiness is being able to experience profound joy that comes from never being defeated by any problem in life. The constituent organizations and members of the Soka Gakkai International embrace the fundamental aim and mission of contributing to peace, culture and education based on the philosophy and ideals of the Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin.
Thoughts and essays on the concepts and teachings of the Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin. Not part of the SGI, just a lay member who wants to help others understand the teachings of Nichiren Daishonin.
Sun Lotus Jewelry & Art makes juzu beads for Nichiren Daishonin Buddhists, members of the Soka Gakkai International. I have created several designs that stick to the traditional symbolism of juzu. They are all handmade and come in a variety of stones and glass colors.
The Los Angeles Friendship Center is primarily for used for Buddhist practice and study. In addition to its primary use, SGI-USA, along with neighborhood associations, promote activities based on peace, culture, education and art. Many events cover interesting topics such as Human Rights, Non-Violence, Relationships and Self Transformation. These events are generally open to the public at no cost, and often include guest lecturers, and various programs for youth.
We are members of the Soka Gakkai International-USA in Richmond, VA. We practice the Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin for personal happiness & peace.
Soka Gakkai Luxembourg (SGI-LUX)consists of the Luxembourg membership of Soka Gakkai International (SGI). Soka Gakkai International (SGI) is an organization committed to the promotion of peace, culture and education, rooted in the philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism. SGI's activities are centered on developing the human potential for hope, courage and altruistic action.
Welcome! We trust that here you will find the information required to understand and start practicing Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism. Also, from here you can contact us to answer any additional questions and schedule a visit to one of our NY Temples in
Dharmic religions are a family of religions which originated in the Indian subcontinent. They encompass the Vedic religion (now Hinduism), Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism
Nichren Shoshu Seiganzan Myoshinji temple is a place where people from all backgrounds and cultures come together to chant and learn the teachings of true Buddhism, based on the 750 year tradition of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism and our head temple Taisekiji located at the foot of Mt. Fuji in Japan. We invite you to come visit Myoshinji temple and learn about true Buddhism.
Nichiren Shoshu believers follow the orthodox teachings of true Buddhism. Learn about Nichiren Shoshu True Buddhism and experience its beneficial power.
The greatest impediment to discovery is not ignorance but the illusion of knowledge - Danial Boysten
"About NSTNY" is a place to reflect on Buddhist practice at Myosetsuji and Myosenji, the Nichiren Shoshu temples of New York and WDC. It poses a series of questions to Chief Priests Shinga Takikawa and Yuzui Murata.