Tag Archives: Tibetan History

  • Chewang Ngokhang Books for the President-elect

    It is both amazing and delightful to learn that our President-elect Donald Trump has read several meaningful books. ...

  • 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. ...

  • Kalimpong: Tibetan times in days gone by

    Kalimpong is well-known and perhaps dear to many Tibetans. It was a major trading outpost to Tibet. ...

  • New book My Name Is Tenzin released in Dharamshala

    In first-person narrative Tenzin Phuntsok tells about a young Tibetan's experiences as a college student in Chennai, India. ...

  • Vijay Kranti photos celebrate life of Dalai Lama

    This photo festival is an Indian photographer's artistic tribute to the success story of a peaceful and brave refugee community, its monk leader the Dalai Lama, and their magnanimous hosts -- the people and Government of India. ...

  • Tibetan Opera Festival Shoton 2016 under way in Mundgod

    The quiet Tibetan settlement of Mundgod, home to around 18,000 Tibetans in South India, is abuzz with festivity during the ongoing 21st Tibetan Opera Festival, Shoton 2016. ...

  • Relentless: The Dalai Lama’s heart of steel

    Who exactly is this man? What combination of chutzpah, charisma, and tempered steel have kept him firmly and lovably in the public eye for more than 50 years? ...

  • Tsewang Rigzin Legality the major impediment to growth of Tibetan entrepreneurs in India

    If Tibetan entrepreneurship improves, this can solve the major problems of unemployment and migration from settlements. And in the long run, we will be in a better position to safeguard our cultural heritage. ...

  • Vijay Kranti A slave mindset

    Finding virtues in a dead enemy may be a great virtue in Buddhism, but is national hari-kiri in the struggle of nation striving for freedom and justice. ...