Extensive Museum renovation has taken its toll on the intricate sand Mandala of Avalokeshtewara prompting the Library to dismantle the art to recreate it. Senior monk experts from Namgyal Monastery are seen here dismantling the Mandala.
Wasfia Nazreen at LTWA
The students of the 2014 Intensive Translators Course interviewed a special 'Mystery Guest' recently when Wasfia Nazreen accepted their teacher's invitation to visit LTWA. As well as sharing details of her unusual life, she told them about reaching the summit of Everest, her upbringing in Bangladesh, her education abroad and her work for Tibetans, her travels (including in Tibet) and the Seven Summit challenge she set herself.
Dr. Ross Michael Pink, professor at Leicester University, and co-founder of Global Water Rights, speaking on Global Water Scarcity and its impact on health, human rights and environment, at the LTWA conference hall on 4th June 2014.
Students and faculty members during the inaugural function of the 9th three-month Intensive Translation Program beginning 1 July at LTWA.
His Eminence the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje, visits LTWA on 30 June to study and refer to the resources available at the institute.
In its continued effort to promote, disseminate and cater to the larger audience interested in Tibetan culture six new publications in Tibetan and English have been brought out.
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