ཕྱི་ལོ་༢༠༡༤ ཟླ་༡ ཚེས་༡༤ ལ་བོད་ཤར་ཕྱོགས་འབྲི་རུ་རྫོང་དམུ་ཁྱིམ་གྲོང་གི་གྲོང་ཚོའི་འགོ་ཁྲིད་ངང་གྲགས་ལགས་དང་རིག་གསལ་གཉིས་ལ་རྒྱ་ནག་གཞུང་གིས་ལོ་ངོ་བཅུ་རེར་ཁྲིམས་ཐག་བཅད་པ་དང་། ད་ལྟའི་ཆར་བཙོན་ཁང་གང་དུ་བཅུག་ཡོད་མེད་དང་། ཁོང་གཉིས་ཀྱི་གནས་སྟངས་གང་འདྲ་ཆགས་ཡོད་མེད་སོགས་ཤེས་རྟོགས་ཐུབ་ཀྱི་མེད་པ་རེད།
The 17th Karmapa (head of the Karma Kagyu school, one of the four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism), Ogyen Trinley Dorjee, in exile in India since the age of 14 from 2000. He is based in Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh where many from Tibetan community reside. During one of his rare visits to Delhi Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury of ET met the Karmapa. For the first time ever he slammed Beijing's totalitarian rule in Tibet and has come out in open support of Dalai Lama and his middle-path approach for meaningful autonomy for Tibet.
DHARAMSALA, Apr 3: After completing 30 episodes chronicling the early life of Buddha from his birth to relinquishing the princely life to living an ascetic life practising self-mortification in pursuit of contemplative ideals, Siddharth, the prince of Kapilavastu transforms into Buddha, the enlightened one in two weeks time on Buddha (The King of Kings), an Indian TV serial.
དཔའ་བོ་ཟེར་བ་དེའི་ཚེ་ཐག་ཐུང་ན་ཡག་གི་རེད། སྐུ་ཚེ་རིང་པོར་བསྡད་ན་དཔའ་བོའི་མི་ཚེ་དེ་འཆོ...Read more...
ཕྱི་ལོ་༢༠༡༤ ཟླ་༡ ཚེས་༡༤ ལ་བོད་ཤར་ཕྱོགས་འབྲི་རུ་རྫོང་དམུ་ཁྱིམ་གྲོང་གི་གྲོང་ཚོའི་འགོ་ཁ...Read more...
The head office of this weekly newsletter is based at Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh and its branch agencies are based in the most populated exile settlements Byllakuppe and Mundgod. (Its branch agency based in Kathmandu, Nepal has been compelled to close on 5th March 2009 after the regional reporter was detained by local police. He was released after paying the sum of Nepali Rupees six and half lakhs as bribe, but legally stopped us to continue our work there. Therefore, the branch agency based in Nepal is temporarily closed). The newsletter Bod-kyi-bang-chen is being printed and distributed simultaneously in Dharamsala, Mundgod and Byllakuppe.
Anyone can enter our website from both the addresses either khawakarpo.org or bangchen.net and both have same content. One can enrich one’s knowledge from our website by choosing any language either English or Tibetan or Chinese and also the readers can do online discussion and debate on any topic. Especially, one can get updated information about in and outside Tibet in our Tibetan web-version and one can participate in discussion through blog as well. We keep on working hard on tri-lingual discussion forums, articles on religion and culture, monasteries in exile, Tibetan settlements, etc.
We try our level best to translate any articles written by foreign learned and scholars on Tibetan issues, or any other important contemporary studies, articles written by Tibetans in other languages like English or Chinese. Khawa Karpo Tibet Culture Centre has published four books so far and whenever we find any book in other language which are important for Tibet and Tibetans, then we’ll surely work hard to translate and publish them. We have translated Wang Lixiong’s two important articles on Tibet and have kept in our paper, and it has received much appreciation and acknowledgement from our readers.
NEW DELHI, May 21: India on Monday elevated peace on the border to a "core issue" with China, making it plain that it could not countenance any disturbance of the status quo, and that provocation like the recent Depsang incursion could push bilateral ties off track.