Dharamshala — If you are an avid reader of anything that is Tibetan, then, you might be interested in buying a newly released Tibetan memoir book: Two More Years.
A new book on Tibetans in exile: Mountains to Manhattan
Dharamshala — A new book focused on a Tibetan female protagonist and based on the story of Tibetans in exile, Mountains to Manhattan by Pinakie Kansabanik, is a refreshing breath of general accuracy regarding the Tibetan experience in diaspora.
Tibetan singer Norbu Samphel released new album
Dharamsala - A new music album was launched July 5th, at Norbu Hotel in Dharamsala by Tibetan singer, Norbu Samphel.
Indian PM gifts sacred Tibetan books to Russian Buddhist Temple
St. Petersberg — On the 3rd of June, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented over 100 volumes of the sacred Tibetan Buddhist text "Urga Kanjur" to Jampa Donor, Buda Balzheivich Badmayev, the head priest of the Monastery, Gunzechoinei Buddhist Temple.
An examination of Namdroling Monastery and The Golden Temple
Bylakuppe In Focus: Part 6
In a series of special features, TPI journalist Tashi Choekyi reports from India's largest Tibetan settlement, Bylakuppe, in the southern state of Karnataka, India.
Profile of a Nun: Pasang Dolma of Geden Choeling Nunnery
Dharamshala — Located in McLeod Ganj, Geden Choeling Nunnery, of the Gelugpa tradition, is the oldest nunnery in Dharmshala. The nunnery had absorbed a steady stream of refugee nuns since 1975. Today, it is home to 140 nuns, one of whom TPI had the pleasure of speaking to.
Compassion and emptiness are the keys: The 17th Karmapa of Tibet
London, UK — "Free from concretizing the eight worldly concerns, we train our mind in the illusion-like outlook that sees things as not real," the 17th Karmapa said during his first trip to the UK, Through training our mind, "our compassion and patience increase and our minds open up."