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.
Art as a Spiritual
Path: A well known teacher, lecturer and fourth generation artist,
Paul Heussenstamm has been sharing his unique gift of helping people
find their creative soul through his Spiritual Workshops. The mandala,
an ancient symbol and concentric map of the psyche, has been used
by various cultures around the world, including Tibetan Buddhists,
Aborigines, Native Americans.
Net: The mission of Asian American Net is to promote and strengthen
cultural, educational, and commercial ties between Asia and North
Tibet Domani: We are a small organization dedicated to the preservation
of Tibetan Religion, Science and Arts through publication. A major
portion of the proceeds from the sales goes to the Institutes that
we are collaborating with on the publications. The balance is used
for further publications being translated into different languages.
Poland: Our major aim is to gather texts on Buddhism from all
over the world, and we are interested in source texts, studies, scientific
dissertations, as well as popularised academic papers. We have been
organising lectures every month, under a general title "Academia Buddhica",
with the view to present Buddhism in its various aspects.
Worldwide: Covers the earth's deepest canyon which is in Tibet
the Yarlung Tsang-po and we also have a book on the topic. Coverage
of the Mekong canyon, the Tiger Leaping Gorge, the Salween canyon,
in eastern Tibet and also the Hotan Canyon which is carved by the
Kara Kash river in far western China/northwestern Tibet.
Casa Tibet Mexico:
General information of our center, cultural and educational programs,
academic profiles, activities of our human rights group, a cultural
section and links to more than 350 Tibetan Buddhism related sites.
Tibet Mexico - Sede Guatemala (Spanish only): Casa Tibet Mexico
- Sede Guatemala (hln-trup dong-ba ling, "Parque de la Espontnea Vacuidad")
es una asociacin educativa no sectaria, fundada en 1995 como el primer
centro dedicado exclusivamente al estudio y practica del Budismo Tibetano
en Guatemala. Con el respaldo de Casa Tbet Mxico (la primera representacin
oficial del pueblo Tibetano para Latino Amrica) hemos diseado un programa
educativo y organizamos seminarios, conferencias, eventos especiales,
programas de radio y televisin, con la esperanza de hacer accesible
a toda persona la filosofa, ciencias y milenarios mtodos de desarrollo
humano preservados en el "techo del mundo".
for Research on Tibet: The website of the Center for Research
on Tibet, a leading research institute housed at Case Western Reserve
University in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.
Buddha Maitreya: "Structural change is to take place, with
the people and the earth in mind-the finite mind"
Himalayan Cultural Center of El Paso, Texas: Featuring a time-lapse
video of Lobsang Samten constructing a Manjusri Sand Mandala. Includes
a list of events at the meditation center, an anotated list of Himalayan
websites, Tibetan quotes, booklist and plenty of pictures.
of Tibet: CFT is a non-profit, state-wide educational charity
which serves the people of Colorado and Tibet by preserving and presenting
the rich cultural heritage of Tibet while advocating self-determination
for the Tibetan people in their homeland. You can visit our website
to become a member and receive our newsletter Lothun.
Tibetana: Tibetan culture, language, science and religion; specially
the conceptions of mind, cognition, healing and consciousness related
to Tibetan Buddhism and its relationships with quantum physics and
Dongyu Gatsal Ling
Site): Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery is a project started by Ven.
Tenzin Palmo. The aim of the nunnery is to provide formal education
as well as spiritual development to nuns in the Himalayan border region
who are of the Drukpa Kagyu lineage. DGL Nunnery is located at Himachel
Pradesh in India.
is a non-profit organization dedicated to partnering with pastoral
communities in Central Asia and the Himalaya to implement grassroots
development projects to cultivate the health of their endangered cultural
and natural systems, using simple tools and replicable strategies.
Association : We are a Tibetan Buddhist organization of the Nyingma
School, and all our activities are dedicated to Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche,
His incarnation and all His enlightened activities all over the world.
Our spiritual leader is Kyabje Dudjom Yangsi Pema Osel Rinpoche, and
our spiritual advisor is Kyabje Chadral Sangye Dorje Rinpoche.
Rinpoche: Dzogchen Gemang Rinpoche is the founder of Shri Singha
University in Tibet. Many scholars such as Patrul Rinpoche has received
trainings from this university. Now Shri Singha University needs funds
to re-establish after the communist invasion. This website is dedicated
to the works and activities of Dzogchen Gemang Rinpoche.
Cultural Society: Estonian-Tibetan Cultural Society (ETCS) is
an academic organization, founded with the aim to study and introduce
Tibetan culture in Estonia and help preserve its inheritance in Tibet.
The society publishes texts and translations, organizes lectures and
Foundation for the
Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT): FPMT is an organization
devoted to the transmission of the Mahayana Buddhist tradition and
values worldwide through teaching, meditation, and community service.
Our organization is based on the Buddhist tradition of Lama Tsong
Khapa of Tibet as taught to us by our founder Lama Thubten Yeshe and
spiritual director Lama Zopa Rinpoche.
Friends 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
Projects: Helping Tibetans preserve their unique culture and religion
through health and educational programs and religious institutional
support. GRP supports health clinics, nunneries, and monasteries in
India and Tibet. GRP has provided over $200,000 of direct aid to Tibetans
Harvest Educational Center: Global Harvest Educational Center,
Listings of Tibetan and Buddhist Organizations, Temples and web sites
in general. Contains Buddhist study materials, devotionals, etc.
Gyudmed Tantric University:
One of two tantric universities of the Gelugpa School of Tibetan Buddhism.
Founded in 1433 by Je Sherab Sengey, a disciple of Lama Tsongkhapa,
founder of the Gelugpa School.
Heian International Publishers: HEIAN (pronounced "hey-an") means "peace" in Japanese. Our selection
of books about Asia hopes to promote peace through a better understanding
between cultures. Adults will enjoy our books on Asian philosophy,
art, religion, and literature, and may find our dictionaries especially
useful. Children will find delight in our colorful fairy tales and
Education Foundation: This website is designed to provide information
on Buddhist activities in Nepal, directory of Buddhist centers, meditation
courses, Buddhist sites, and specially its sponsoring of Buddhist
awareness programs conducted in different parts of Nepal. It also
is going to provide to give information on Lumbini, the birth place
of Lord Buddha.
Connection: The mission of the Himalayan Explorers Connection
is to promote a better understanding of and respect for the environment
and cultures of the Himalayan region. HEC coordinates education, assistance,
and cross-cultural experiences for members, volunteers, trekkers,
and Himalayan residents.
Languages Project : Home Page of the Himalayan Languages Project,
an international group of doctoral and post-doctoral linguists and
anthropologists working on grammars of the endangered and hitherto
undescribed languages of Nepal, Bhutan, India and Tibet.
Chu - Photographer: A comprehensive, quality collection of recent
photos depicting people and the way of life in Tibet and S.W. China.
Journal of Buddhist
Ethics: Home page of the Journal of Buddhist ethics, an academic
jounal devoted to promoting the study of ethicaal issues from a Buddhist
Project International: Building a complex of temples, parks, gardens,
monasteries, educational and medical facilities in Bodhgaya, India,
the place of Buddhas Enlightenment. At the centre will be a large
statue of Maitreya, the future Buddha.
Center of Tibetan Culture (Darjeeling): MCTC is a charitable trust
that was established to help preserve the culture of the Tibetan people.
Manjushree Center of Tibetan Culture was founded in 1988. It is registered
and approved by the Department of Education of the Central Tibetan
Administration of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Program: A programme of year round introductory meditation courses
in the Tibetan Tradition of Buddhism at Kopan Monastery in Nepal.
The courses offer introduction to Buddhist philosophy, teach meditation
and advice on how to integrate the teachings of the Buddha into everyday
life. Courses are between 7 to 10 days.
Buddhist-inspired, fully accredited private college, offering graduate
degrees in contemplative psychotherapy, somatic psychology, and transpersonal
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.
Neydo Foundation : Dedicated to helping Tibetan people living both inside and outside
of Tibet through support of spiritual and educational programs.
Tibetan to English Translation/Dictionary Tool: This Java tool
takes Tibetan language passages - which can be cut and pasted in,
typed in Wylie transliteration, or typed in Tibetan script - and divides
the passages up into their component phrases and words, and displays
corresponding dictionary definitions.
Overview of History,
Philosophy and Culture of Buddhism: A non-sectarian overview of
Buddhism, the history, the main teachings, and cultural information.
Sakya Centers/Vikramasila Foundation: Four religious and educational
centers in the New York/New Jersey area that offer classes following
the Sakya order of Tibetan Buddhism. Part of the Vikramasila Foundation,
headed by the Venerable Lama Pema Wangdak.
Ts'al India: School for Tibetan refugee children in Mundgod, South
India. Efforts are currently underway to raise money to build a permanent
institution for the boys and girls. Sponsorships available. Any assistance
Ts'al Nepal: Monastic institute following the Sakya tradition
of Tibetan Buddhism for boys from the Mustang area of Nepal. Located
in Pokhara. Efforts are currently underway to raise money to finish
construction on the monastery where 100 boys will eventually live
and study. Sponsorships also available.
Publications: Rangjung Yeshe Publications is dedicated to presenting
high quality translations of authentic Buddhist literature as well
as commentaries by contemporary Buddhist masters.
Rangzen Means Independence:
The home page of the International Tibet Independence Movement. Provides
links to: Why Tibet is important, What you can do? Tibet Merchandise;
Important addresses & websites.
Hoop Magazine Home Page: Sacred Hoop magazine serves to network
the spiritual traditions of shamanism and animism. We have many fascinating
articles to read on the site, including some from the Tibetan, Mongolian,
Tuvan, Siberian and Native American traditions. The site also includes
beautiful art work and links to many other sites worldwide.
Foreign Language Institute: The University of Virginia's Summer
Foreign Language Institute offers a nine-week, 12-credit introduction
to the Tibetan language in both its classical and colloquial forms.
Students learn to read Tibetan literature through exposure to a range
of sources. Colloquial Tibetan is learned through intensive conversational
practice and multimedia programs.
The goal of Surmang Foundation is the economic, cultural and social
revitalization of an ethnic Tibetan region in Qinghai province, China.
Surmang Foundation's current projects include the development of a
network of rural medical clinics, educational programs and economic
Society for School and Culture: The Swedish Tibetan Society for
School and Culture is a non-profit organization founded in 1988, have
been active in the field of education in Tibet since 1993. The aim
of teh societi is to build, renovate, or otherwise support 108 schools
in the rural areas in Tibet. By the autumn of 2000, 42of the schools
will have been completed.
Video Project: Tibetan Video Project, a non-profit project of
Four Corners Foundation, has been doing video documentation of Tibetan
culture and Buddhist teachings since 1994. Recently TVP produced the
award-winning film, Tashi Jong: A Traditional Tibetan Community in
Exile, which portrays daily life, monastic rituals, and sacred dancing
in one of the oldest refuge communities in India. All proceeds directly
benefit the community.
Studio: We are two western artists working for H.H. the Karnapa
at Tsurphu Monastery Tibet since 1992. Our sight also contains our
artwork in Hawaii
Tibetan Alphabet and Language: Instructions and material for learning
the Tibetan alphabet - also includes useful phrases.
The Tibet Game: Play your way to Nirvana! Starting with no kharma, 1000 Chinese dollars
and three illegal photos of the Dalai Lama, your quest is to get to
Nirvana by navigating 24 linked interactive panoramas shot on location.
of Northern California: Web site for the Tibetan community in
the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. Many slide show
images of our events and members, plus a feature on His Holiness the
Dalai Lama and up-to-date links to other related Tibetan sites.
Avenue : It is mainly about Tibet and so on. In this site, there
are lots of information, articles, links and much more. How to help
and contact. so log in and find out more.. Tashi delek ! Peace [Yega]
Bonpo Media Archive Project : The Tibetan Bonpo Media Archive
Project is creating a non-linear digital archive that will represent
Company : The Tibetan Computer Company was established in 1986
for the purpose of developing high quality Tibetan-script capable
software for the use on the IBM PC platform. Since then the company
has developed software for use with the Tibetan language in both the
DOS and Windows environments. The Company is famous especially for
its fonts which are regarded as the best in the world.
Tibetanmedicine.com provides detailed information regarding the natural
healing tradition of Tibet, enhanced by beautiful traditional illustrations.
It explains Tibetan medicine's theory, and its practices for diagnosing
and treating illness. It contains a resource list of practitioners
as well as articles, which provide readers with a uniquely sophisticated
understanding of Tibetan medicine from a scientific/medical, environmental,
spiritual, historical and social perspective.
storyteller & author
The TIBETcenter is a not-for-profit Tibetan art & cultural organization,
recognized by IRS as tax-exempt under 501(c)(3) and eligible to receive
tax deductible contributions to the maximum extent permitted by law.
It endeavors to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of Tibet,
as well as providing a venue for Tibetan and Buddhist studies. The
organization was founded in January 1999 with the blessing of His
Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Watch (TEW): Welcome to the Tibet Environmental Watch (TEW) site.
Our focus is to bring awareness to the publication TIBET: Enduring
Spirit, Exploited Land, which describes the relationship of Tibetan
nomads and farmers with the environment, and to publish related environmental
news on the region. This site will be used to update important Tibetan
environmental information as new data becomes available and to build
upon the concept of a "Zone of Peace" as presented by His Holiness
the Dalai Lama.
Expeditions & Overland Tours: Educational overland tours and expeditions
throughout Tibet region.
major Tibet Support Group was named in 1995 and is comprised of individuals
and organizations working together to help bring about statewide awareness
and action on behalf of the people and culture of Chinese-occupied
Studies Internet Newsletter: A newsletter dedicated to the field
of Tibet Studies.
Damchos Ling Buddhist Monastery: A small monastery in Mundgod,
South India, that follows the Sakya tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
Headed by the Venerable Lama Guru Gyaltsen, also director of the Pema
Ts'al schools in Mundgod and Pokhara, Nepal. The current building
is literally crumbling, so fundraising efforts are underway to construct
a new building. Sponsorships also available.
Tse Chen Ling
Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies & Bookstore: Located in San
Francisco, CA. We offer classes in meditation and Buddhist Studies.
We have a resident teacher, Geshe Ngawang Dakpa, and many other teachers
who teach on a regular basis, including Ven. Robina Courtin & Ngawang
Centre: The homepage of Tushita Meditation Centre in Dharamsala,
Foundation: Founded by the Venerable Lama Pema Wangdak in 1989.
Based on the teachings of the Sakya school, the foundation seeks to
preserve Tibetan culture and to provide the teachings of the Buddha
to the growing community of interested people in the New York area
through Tibetan Buddhist studies and meditative practices, special
events and spiritual gatherings.
Prayers - Portraits and Prose of Tibetans in Exile
Wide Fund for Nature: You can learn more about the work we do
and our attempts to preserve the environment.
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 in english.
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