With an average elevation of 16,000 ft, Tibet is the highest region on the face of the Planet, and for this reason, is sometimes referred to as the roof of the world. With geo-political changes adding more to the already climate change impacted Tibetan region, things are not doing too good here. At the forefront of the impacts of this change is India, where not only do rivers feed millions of its citizens, they are also of religious and cultural significance.

Students for a Free Tibet (SFT) invite applications from interested candidates to visit Mcleod Ganj (Dharamshala), the heart of the exile Tibetan community in India. The Little Lhasa in India from 7th-13th June,2010 Visit Buddhist Monasteries Meet former political prisoners from Tibet Interact with Tibetan activists in Exile Trek and […]

Maitri Sthal at BumLa, the highest pass to Tibet in Tawang Delhi Greens wishes its readers a very Happy Republic Day! We dedicate this day to all the soldiers who brave extreme environmental conditions to protect our borders and keep us safe and secure. May peace always be the way […]

After decades of repression, the Tibetan people are crying out to the world for change. The Olympic spotlight is now on China, and Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama is calling to end all riots and violence through restraint and dialogue. China’s hardliners are lashing out publicly at the Dalai Lama […]

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