According to the article, Promoting Buddhism in Europe by Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi, the author has tried to explain that the religion of Buddhism is not known barely in the region of Europe because since the past 20 years awareness in public in the West has raised on Buddhism and is sharply increasing (Bodhi, 2000). This proclamation has been made by the authors in order to make sure that Buddhism in Europe is not just a result of mass media sources and Buddhist films but actually has to be healthily promoted by making the religion seep through the soil of Europe. The author discretely interprets the way in which the poem, The light of Asia by Sir Edwin Arnold has been inspiring the growth of Buddhism in the Western region. The reason for Buddhism to flourish as per the authors comes from various factors inclusive of political uniformity, favorable belief and the need to adopt a system of spiritual belief. Buddhism for the westerners was the only process by which training of mind could take place for bringing peace inside and deep knowledge of the self which also led towards fulfilling alternative profound requirement of the soul in the western region. Additionally, the authors proclaim that various problems the westerners will have to face are not only external but also internal (Bodhi, 2000). Therefore, according to this article, there requires a maintenance of delicate discipline in the middle of western culture temptations that may hide the clear intention behind the religion. From this article, it can be implied that mass media coverage using films on television will not help Buddhism to expand and reach the hearts of people because films often misinterpret the real stimulation. For example, in the film the little Buddha the directors have not focused on arousing and interpreting the right feeling of the religion. This article also has depicted the need for real monks and nuns who are actual embodiments of Dhamma.