Tag Archives: Tibetan Culture

  • Walking the talk: Fulfilling the wishes of others at Kalachakra

    Following the advice of the Dalai Lama, that it is necessary to help others not only in our prayers but in our daily lives, Pema Gyalpo started Oshi Shenphen Tsokchung to help Tibetan elders ...

  • In a first, 20 Tibetan Buddhist nuns awarded Geshema degree

    The nuns were awarded certificates along with a graduation cap in the traditional red and yellow colours at a convocation held at the Drepung Lachi monastery. ...

  • Seven people named for defaming Dalai Lama; are warned of serious consequences

    Tibetan organisations said seven Tibetans have been posting malicious comments against the Dalai Lama on WeChat, and plan to file defamation cases in Indian courts. ...

  • Land of Happiness: Vision of a fearless Tibetan mother

    Despite all hardships, one can conceive and give birth to a vision of giving life to the “Land of Happiness.” We can be mere spectators, or active Buddhists -- it is up to us! ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo A cherished second life

    No matter how successful you have become as a refugee, it is morally imperative that you must never forget where we all came from and from what challenged environmental roots we all grew. ...

  • Tibetan Foundation helps rebuild Yushu after earthquake

    The Tibet Foundation believes that even though there are national and political boundaries, there is no boundary to love and compassion. ...

  • TYC social service programmes during Kalachakra in Bodh Gaya

    Tibetan Youth Congress will offer services including health, security, care for aged and destitute, translation, and more during the 34th Kalachakra empowerment in Bodh Gaya in January. ...

  • Families desperately seeking help after shops gutted in fire

    After a devastating fire that gutted 138 shops in Delhi on the night of 8 November, the Tibetan families of shopkeepers are desperately seeking help. ...

  • Kazi Dawa Samdup, and Tibet in the Twilight Zone

    Kazi Dawa Samdup and Dr Walter Evans-Wentz collaborated on groundbreaking literary works which played an important part in bringing Tibetan Buddhism and people to the West. ...

  • Laden Tshering Samdup Lobsang Wangyal: The show must go on

    I don’t own as large and strong heart as Lobsang to take things in my stride, but as long as it makes news and keeps Tibet from fading from public memory, you have to be Lobsang Wangyal. ...