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21st-November-2011-mumbai-india

Peace and Freedom Through Music, Poem and Documentaries

Mumbai, India: -Nitesh Mohanty of The Root - a company that platforms artistic expression with a social agenda - reports on 2 Days for Tibet, a cultural evening he organized in association with Friends of Tibet, which ran from November 9 to 10 at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
 
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New Book Documents Life and Culture on the Plateau of Tibet

Dharamshala, India: - A new book Tibet: Culture on the Edge, by award-winning American photographer Phil Borges, documents the environmental, developmental and cultural issues of the Tibetan Plateau.

Last Updated on Sunday, 20 November 2011 09:27
 
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Tibetan Author Launches Second Book 'Ghost Writer' in Exile

Dharamshala: - It has almost been a year since Gendun Tsering, a 24 year old environmental activist and writer, fled from his motherland and staggered through the Himalayas to India, the seat of the Tibetan Government-in-exile. Last Updated on Friday, 04 November 2011 12:53
 
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Folk Music Soars in Exile: A Dedication to the People of Tibet

London: The soaring melodies of Tibetan folk music have blessed not just the ears of those living in the land of snows. The Tibetan community in exile based in London have been fortunate enough to enjoy the rich vocals and melodic harmonies of Tibetan musicians, with performances by a trio of Tibetan performers, who have all come from Eastern Tibet's Amdo region.
 
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Tibetan Artist Transports Twenty Tonnes of soil from Tibet to India

Dharamshala: - The Tibetan contemporary artist Tenzing Rigdol has transported 20,000 kg of soil from Tibet to Dharamshala, northern India, to build a site-specific installation. Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 October 2011 15:26
 
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"Tibetan Culture Still So Relevant Today:" Library Director Geshe Lhakdor

Dharamshala: The Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA) was founded in 1970 by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, and the library began functioning in 1971. Buddhist and Tibetan scholars, students, researchers, and interested travelers come from all corners of the world to access this resource. Ms. Colleen McKown, a staff writer of The Tibet Post International talked with Ven. Lhakdor, the director of LTWA. Last Updated on Friday, 26 August 2011 15:32
 

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