A quote by Alexandra David-Néel (24 October 1868 – 8 September 1969).
Interview with the Dalai Lama by Justin Rowlatt via a video conferencing app. Published on BBC, June 13, 2020.
Keerti writes on the significance of dharamshalas that have been in existence for thousands of years in India. Published in the Asian Age, 2 October 1019.
The Dalai Lama talks to a group of seekers led by Deepak Chopra at his residence in Dharamsala/McLeodGanj, HP, India on February 11, 2019.
A thousand years of Tibetan masterpieces revealed for the first time. Writer and photographer Thomas Laird’s 10-year project records crumbling Buddhist murals before they are lost. Published in The Guardian on May 6, 2018.
Writer Pico Iyer understands that by keeping an outer journey short, you can make the inner journey that follows echo across a lifetime. Published on BBC on March 8, 2018.
A call from heaven – that’s Tibet to me, writes Urvashi after her recent journey together with Anuragi to the top of the world. (You can view the three slideshows of photos taken by Anuragi in fullscreen mode.)
With the third eye you become capable of seeing things which are there, but which cannot be seen with ordinary eyes, says Osho.
How the indigenous Tibetan population evolved to live with so little oxygen has been a mystery. Now we are beginning to understand that another species may lie behind their survival. Alex Riley explores the issue – published on BBC on February 27, 2017.
Although the Mekong river slides through six countries and various climates, its geographical and spiritual source is said to lie on the high, dry Tibetan plateau. Text and photographs by Christine McNab. Published on BBC on December 6, 2016.
A photo-video by Pankaja from her journey by train with two friends from the Chinese capital to Lhasa in Tibet.
Rashid visited the Wellcome Collection’s exhibition of ‘Body, Mind and Meditation in Tantric Buddhism’, currently showing in London, England.
Published in Business Standard, India, on February 2, 2014, Guhawati of Press Trust of India writes:
Reported widely by various media, Matthieu Ricard, a French Tibetan Buddhist monk was declared the happiest man on Earth by a group of scientists at the University of Wisconsin.
Q: I’ve always been fascinated by the state of bardo as described in ancient Tibetan scriptures. Could you say something about this?
Review of a documentary about a Tibetan monk who had served his Lama for 23 years and is given the task to find the reincarnation of his master.
Osho speaks about energy and vibrations of enlightened ones, and in particular about a cave underneath Potala monastery in Tibet