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Tibet House

Tibet House, established in 1963 by the spiritual leader Dalai Lama, is the first cultural center of its kind in the world. Located in New Delhi, it was opened with the aim to preserve the unique cultural heritage of Tibet. Tibet House highlights inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue and ecological responsibility from a Buddhist viewpoint.

Tibet House is a center for Tibetan and Buddhist studies. It has a museum and a well-equipped library. The museum is a repository of Tibetan artifacts. The library has an extensive collection of both English and Tibetan books including 233 volumes of the Kagyur and Tengyur.

Tibet House has published a number of important texts illustrating the culture of Tibet. The 'Tibet House Bulletin', a biannual published at Tibet House, reaches all over the world.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: New Delhi
Location: 1, Institutional Area
Lodhi Road
New Delhi    


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