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==Affiliation with Dhamma Wheel==
 
==Affiliation with Dhamma Wheel==
  
[http://www.dharmawheel.net/ DharmaWheel.net] is affiliated with, a sister site with [http://www.dhammawheel.com/ DhammaWheel.com] and [http://www.dharmapaths.com/ DharmaPaths.com].  It was created from the success of [[Dhamma Wheel]] in an effort to allow for Mahayana Buddhists to discuss Buddhism, whereas the [[Dhamma Wheel]] forum focuses on the [[Theravada]].
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[https://dharmawheel.net/ DharmaWheel.net] is affiliated with, a sister site with [https://dhammawheel.com/ DhammaWheel.com] and [https://dharmapaths.com/ DharmaPaths.com].  It was created from the success of [[Dhamma Wheel]] in an effort to allow for Mahayana Buddhists to discuss Buddhism, whereas the [[Dhamma Wheel]] forum focuses on the [[Theravada]].
  
 
==Dharma Wheel milestones==
 
==Dharma Wheel milestones==
  
*April 2009:  [http://www.dharmawheel.net/ DharmaWheel.net] is created.
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*April 2009:  [https://dharmawheel.net/ DharmaWheel.net] is created.
 
*October 2009:  Over 100 members and over 3,000 posts.
 
*October 2009:  Over 100 members and over 3,000 posts.
 
*June 2011:  Over 1,000 members and over 45,000 posts.
 
*June 2011:  Over 1,000 members and over 45,000 posts.
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==Link to the forum==
 
==Link to the forum==
  
*http://www.DharmaWheel.net/
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*https://DharmaWheel.net/
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 03:51, 7 October 2017

Dharma Wheel is a Buddhist online forum, specializing in the Mahayana schools of Buddhism.

It was created on April 6, 2009 by Dr. David Snyder. It is a place to discuss any aspect of the Dharma or for Buddhism in general. It is currently the second largest Buddhist discussion forum on the internet. (Number one is the sister site of Dharma Wheel; Dhamma Wheel.)

Affiliation with Dhamma Wheel

DharmaWheel.net is affiliated with, a sister site with DhammaWheel.com and DharmaPaths.com. It was created from the success of Dhamma Wheel in an effort to allow for Mahayana Buddhists to discuss Buddhism, whereas the Dhamma Wheel forum focuses on the Theravada.

Dharma Wheel milestones

  • April 2009: DharmaWheel.net is created.
  • October 2009: Over 100 members and over 3,000 posts.
  • June 2011: Over 1,000 members and over 45,000 posts.
  • June 2012: Over 100,000 posts.

Link to the forum

See also