International Journal of Buddhist Thoughts and Studies (IJoBTS)

International Journal of Buddhist Thoughts and Studies (IJoBTS) aims to disseminate the study of Buddhism and other relevant areas for multidiciplinary, interdiciplinary and transdiciplinary inquiries, diversities of thoughts and studies that spread over the regions of Asia and expanded to all parts of the world including European, American, and African continent. IJoBTS seel to expand the diverse voices, research-based findings and perspectives in the academic study of Buddhism by featuring research from all parts of the world. In particular, it seeks to forum scholarly investigations from  scholars based on thier scientific endeavours. In the light of expanding the study of Buddhism, IJoBTS highly encourages research articles that explore the novelty of perspectiv, findings and evidences as well as methods while not disregarding the values of Buddhist studies and the teaching of the Lord Buddha.


  1. Buddhist Teachings and Philosophy: Research on core Buddhist teachings such as the Four Noble Truths, the Middle Way, Mindfulness, and Impermanence Concepts.
  2. Buddhist History: Analysis of the historical development of Buddhism, including the roles of significant figures, movements, organizations, and events.
  3. Buddhist Practices: Studies on meditation practices, rituals, and ceremonies within the Buddhist tradition, as well as their impact on the transformation of individuals and society.
  4. Buddhist Culture and Arts: Research on the influence of Buddhism in arts, literature, architecture, and other material culture across various geographical regions.
  5. Comparative Religious Studies: Comparisons between Buddhism and other religions, both in theological, philosophical, and spiritual practice aspects.
  6. Buddhism in Modern Context: How Buddhism adapts to and influences the modern world, including issues such as globalization, technology, and contemporary ethical challenges.
  7. Buddhism and Interdisciplinary Studies: The relationship between Buddhism and fields such as psychology, social sciences, political science, and other sciences.
  8. Buddhism and Society: Research on the role of Buddhism in shaping society, peace, social justice, and general welfare.
  9. Textual Critique and Analysis: Critical reviews of classical Buddhist texts, modern interpretations, and critical methodologies in religious studies.

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