Tag Archives: Tibetan History

  • 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. ...

  • Obituary: Kalsang Wangchuk la (1937 – 2014)

    Kalsang Wangchuk la, also known as Ku-ngo Wangchuk la, passed away peacefully on 23 January 2014 in Toronto, Canada, following a brief illness. ...

  • Anger as China ‘restores’ Dalai Lama’s ancestral home

    The Chinese town where the Dalai Lama was born is undergoing huge redevelopment, and behind a mountain the exiled spiritual leader's family home has received a makeover of its own. ...

  • Elections, Reincarnation, and the Dalai Lama in Kentucky

    For a serious supporter of democracy in Asia, the adulation of the Dalai Lama seems misplaced. ...

  • Tashi Wangyal Remembering Gompo Dhatsenpa: Obituary

    On the morning of 6 April, Mr Gompo Dhatsenpa made his somber decision to close his eyes for the last time and embark upon his next journey to a distant world unknown. ...

  • Dalai Lama guard recalls leader’s dramatic escape

    Sitting in his riverside house in north Delhi, Ratu Ngawang casts his mind back 50 years and recalls how he helped smuggle the Dalai Lama to safety. ...