The Soka Gakkai International (SGI) is a worldwide association of Buddhist Lay Believers with members in over 140 countries and territories. The breadth and focus of its mission derive from the philosophy and practice of Buddhism as taught by Nichiren in 13th Century Japan. Rooted in the life-affirming philosophy of Buddhism, members of SGI share a profound commitment to the values of peace, culture, and education. This category exists for sites affiliated with or espousing the views of the Soka Gakkai.

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Soka Gakkai International (SGI)
Organization's main site, featuring the SGI Quarterly magazine, news releases, history, and other study and religious materials for both newcomers and practitioners.
Allegations without Substance
Provides synopses and critical commentary of specific court cases brought against Soka Gakkai by Akiyo Asaki, Nobuko Nobuhira, and Nobuyuki Shirayama.
Romancing the Buddha
Book in progress and collection of articles that chronicle the application of Buddhist principles into daily practice.
Soka Gakkai Controversies Explored
Offers analyses of controversies surrounding Soka Gakkai in Japan, particularly with regard to allegations brought against its President, Daisaku Ikeda.
Soka Gakkai International - USA
Offers explanation of Buddhist topics and views, with facilities locators and publication details.
Soka Gakkai Japan
Presents views, news, organizational initiatives, and resources, along with articles reconciling current events and issues with Buddhist teachings.
Soka in the World
Offers weekly guidance, quotes from the Ongi Kuden, and Gosho cross-reference.
Words of Wisdom
Quotes from Daisaku Ikeda offering daily inspirational messages along with topical index and short essays.
New Religions, Part III: Soka Gakkai
Provides audio archive of a National Public Radio segment in "All Things Considered" featuring Mandalit del Barco's exploration of the Soka Gakkai. (May 12, 2004)

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