View photos by Alison Wright and information about her latest book
"The Spirit of Tibet: Portrait of a Culture in Exile."
Magazine: ASCENT is a new yoga magazine with a fresh perspective.
Filled with inspiration, intelligent writing and vision. ASCENT provides
insights about stretching your mind and living according to spiritual
ideals. In ASCENT, you'll find articles by a wide range of creative
induviduals from diverse fields.
to Tibet: Aid to Tibet is a Tibet Foundation programme launched
in 1993, provides practical sustainable assistance in the fields of
education, health, and rural development in Tibet. This page introduces
you to the programme, providing both background and information on
how you can assist.
in Tibet: Chogyam Trungpa, et al / Paperback.
Buddha Maitreya: Structural change is to take place, with the
people and the earth in mind-the finite mind.
Information Resource - Links to the Tibetan Community, Arts and Culture,
Schools and Meditation Centres, Directories and Buddhist Web-sites,
Women of Dharamsala, Holiday and Travel Guides, Health and the Environment,
Computers, Radio stations and Lists of Tibetan Films, International
Associations, Support Groups, World News Services, Weather, Web Radio,
Music and Discourse downloads and Teaching Schedules
of Tibetan Women's Association (FOTWA):
Friends of Tibetan Women's Association (FOTWA) is a nonprofit educational
organization. Our mission is to aid Tibetans living in exile and to
expand worldwide awareness of the refugee experience. It is a difficult
journey for Tibetans leaving their homeland; our sponsors lessen the
hardships by providing funds for food and shelter, education and family
support, clean water and medicine. When basic needs are met, the important
work of cultural preservation begins.
of Tibet - India: The official web site of friendsoftibetINDIA,
an international network of Tibet supporters. Inaugurated by Ven Yeshe
Togen at Dharamsala, friendsoftibetINDIA has more than 3000 members
Tibet Foundation: Dedicated to helping Tibetan people living both
inside and outside of Tibet through support of spiritual and educational
Explorers Club: The Himalayan Explorers Club (HEC) is a tax-exempt
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to promote a better understanding
of and respect for the environment and culture of the Himalayan Region.
Members can receive e-mail, postal mail, and faxes, store luggage,
and browse through trip reports at our Clubhouses in Kathmandu and
Porter Protection Group: A grass roots organization whose aim
is to educate trekkers and trekking companies of the issue of porter
& Kashmir website:All about Jammu & Kashmir - its beauty and its
problems as seen by the Kashmiri people.
Chu - Photographer:A comprehensive, high quality collection of
recent photos depicting people and the way of life in Tibet and S.W.
Tibetan Terrriers: An introduction to the Tibetan Terrier. Learn
more about one of the original Tibetan dog breeds.
A forum for Kashmiris around the world.: Our objective is to bring
all the people of this unique, beautiful and much talked about land
together so that we will contribute something back to the great land
from which our generations have come forth.
Foundation International: The goal of the MFI is to support the
local people of Muktinath Valley at the Annapurna Circuit, Mustang
District, Nepal, in their efforts to preserve and manage Muktinath,
also known as Chumig Gyatsa, as an interfaith pilgrimage place.
Land and My People : The Original Autobiography of His Holiness the
Dalai Lama of Tibet: Dalai Lama, Melissa Mathison Ford, Published
Student Society in Germany: This
is the homepage of Nepalese Student in Germany. Web pages of this
organization provide various information and also gives opportunities
to discuss on several topics.
Ling International: Meditation, Tibetan Buddhism and Dzogchen
Study: Palyul Ling promotes the study of Tibetan Buddhism guided by
Dzogchen master, Drubwang Pema Norbu Rinpoche, the Supreme Head of
the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism and the Throneholder of the
Palyul Lineage. You can find information here on teaching schedules,
transcripts of past teachings, retreats and retreat centers.
Here you can explore the mountain ranges of the world, and network
with other rock climbers, mountaineers, hikers, and backpackers, who
share your love for the mountains.
INTERNATIONAL: ROKPA INTERNATIONAL is a non-profit organisation
helping and supporting people in need irrespective of their nationality,
religion or cultural background. ROKPA INTERNATIONAL works in the
areas of basic education, further education, health care, relief of
hunger and preservation of culture, self-help and ecology. The organisation
both offers emergency and long-term help through its projects. Preference
is given to girls as future purveyors of culture who often have no
other opportunity beyond traditional marriage and gruelling manual
labour. It is run and served mainly by volunteers worldwide.
Razzetti: Journalism, Photography and Himalayan Guiding.
Children of Nepal Trust: The charity's aims for destitute children
is to relieve hunger, improve nutrition, support education, relieve
financial hardship and assist like minded individuals and organisations
in Nepal to attain their own similar objectives. The charity is a
fundraising vehicle and welcomes the financial support of interested
parties to achieve these objectives.
Journey: You will meet in the following pages some wonderful Tibetan
characters and have a chance to witness the beauty of their land.
The pictures you will see is the memory of a small Tibetan adventure.
Photo Project: There are many wonderful photo collections on the
Tibetan people, most from the outside looking in. this project is
being conducted by monks living in southern India, using a camera
for the first time. The project just recieved a letter of support
from the office of the Dalai Lama. It is through expanded awareness
and the political action that grows with knowledge that Tibet will
Village Project: The Tibetan Village Project is a non-profit organization
that is dedicated to serving the people of Tibet through funding healthcare,
education and sustainable development projects that will make a big
difference in the lives of those who need it the most. The organization
is run by a US-based couple from rural Tibet. We are committed to
improving the living standards of rural Tibetans who live in impoverished
villages across the Tibetan plateau. The Tibetan Village Project maintains
no political or religious affiliations. To learn about what we do,
please visit at www.tibetanvilalgeproject.org
Virtual Homeland (Multilingual Site) (English
only): The official name of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Tibetan
Government-in-Exile is the "Central Tibetan Administration" (CTA).
The CTA was first established on 29 April 1959 in Mussoorie as the
continuation of the Tibetan Government in Tibet. In May 1960, the
CTA was moved to Dharamsala in north-west India. The Tibetan people,
both in and outside Tibet, recognise the CTA as their sole and legitimate
government. It is also being increasingly recognised as the legitimate
government of the Tibetan people by parliaments around the world.
The CTA spearheads the Tibetan people's struggle to regain their freedom.
It also looks after the welfare of some 130,000 Tibetans in exile.
The CTA functions according to the modern democratic principles of
its constitution, which is adopted by the popularly-elected legislative
assembly known as the Assembly of Tibetan People's Deputies. His Holiness
the Dalai Lama, reviewing the website before launch, said that he
was greatly encouraged to see information on Tibet in so many languages.
"With the sudden proliferation of Tibet-related Web sites, it is my
hope that a virtual Tibetan community can be created in cyberspace,
to be freely accessible to everyone interested in Tibetan Buddhism,
Tibetan culture and Tibet's present tragic fate," the Dalai Lama said
in a message on the launch. TibetNet is thought to be the first large
Web site published in Tibetan.
Fischnaller <...feel the adventure...>: Adventures with bike &
ski all around the world. Product tests, storys, pictures,....
Tibetan Association: To provide Tibetans living in Wisconsin with
an organized means of participating in the government of the Central
Tibetan Administration in-Exile, to perpetuate Tibetan cultural activities,
and to provide mutual assistance to fellow Tibetans living in Wisconsin.
Tibet Photos: Photos of HH, the Dalai Lama, Dharamsala, and several
major events held at the Main Temple
Tibet Screening Room: Streamable videos of Tibetan New Year Celebrations
and various other aspects of the modern Tibetan Exile Culture
Norbu Appello per il Tibet: Long distance adoptions for tibetan
refugees in India and Nepal and related projects like the Food Fund
for the Sera-je Monastery in South India. Many links to related sites
Osada: Freelance writer of "Boku no Tibet Lesson" (meaning 'My
Own Lessons on Tibet') ISBN4-7845-0356-0 C0030 and "Ryokojin-note
Tibet" ("Travel Guide to Tibet Area") ISBN4-947702-13-3 C0026. Both
books are in Japanese.
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