- Saturday, 01 June 2013 12:48
- By: Sonam Sangay
28 May 2013 – Dharamsala: - When a group of students from Emory University in the United States recently visited the Gyalwang Karmapa, he spoke candidly with them about his life.
- Friday, 24 October 2014 10:37
- By: Tibet Heritage Fund
Tibet has produced one of the world's most unique and easily-recognizable forms of architecture. Nevertheless, systematic study of Tibetan architecture is still a comparatively unexplored field.
- Monday, 21 November 2011 03:17
- By: Samuel Ivor, The Tibet Post International
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.
- Friday, 24 October 2014 10:28
- By: Columbia University Press
Tibetan art and architecture have been almost entirely religious in character (see Tibetan Buddhism). The art of Tibetan Lamaism retains strong elements drawn from the forms of both Hinduism and Buddhism in India and Nepal, and was later influenced by the arts of China.
- Monday, 12 September 2011 04:17
- By: Maggie Knapp, OutLook Tibet
Dharamshala: - Culture is an indispensable tool in the expression of both personal and collective identity. The Tibetan culture in particular is increasingly fractured as it is suspended without geographical grounding, and the identities of Tibetans living in exile as well as those who remain in Tibet teeter on precarious footing.
- Monday, 21 November 2011 03:18
- By: Sonam Sangay
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.
- Friday, 24 October 2014 10:51
- By: Tibet Discovery
When talking about Tibetan architecture, most people associate it with Tibetan Buddhist architecture, especially the elaborately decorated temples and monasteries with notable Buddhist characteristics. However, Tibet architecture is more than that.
- Tuesday, 13 September 2011 20:51
- By: Robert van Mulligen, LTWA
TADC was founded in 1991 as an integral part of the Library of Tibetan Works & Archives (LTWA), JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING . It primarily aims to act as a significant guiding force for disseminating information about Tibetan Architecture as a living and evolving practice.