websites currently being hosted on TibetBridges:
These are most (not all) of the websites, in (mostly) alphabetical order,
as of June 2021:
Acharya Nyima Tsering
was a prolific writer, with many books on Buddhist practice and Philosophy.
He had also translated the whole ranges of volume of Kunkyen Gowo Ramjampa.
and two of the important works of Dza Patrul Rinpoche:
The Lotus Garden Play and The Way of Living.
more about Acharya Nyima at AcharyaNyima.com
Help with Books is a not-for-profit initiative founded in 2008
to make books easily available in the Tibetan settlements in India,
to encourage as many children as possible to read.
more about HelpWithBooks at HelpwithBooks.org/about
IBD-Buddhism.org hosts materials for classes in
Advanced Studies in Buddhist Philosophy
of the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics [IBD] in McLeod Ganj.
(The home page is outdated as the materials are hosted separately and
available only to class members.)
more at IBD-Buddhism.org
KowThamCenter.org - coming soon.
Lobsang Wangyal websites:
Lobsang Wangyal is a photojournalist as his main work, and produces art and contemporary events as well, calling himself a "small-town impresario".
He also finds time to be active in social causes for the Tibetan community –
his most high-profile action was moving the High Court of Delhi to
order all Indian passport issuing authorities to issue passports to eligible Tibetans.
This month all his websites will be moving to TibetBridges.
You can see a list of them in their current location at
Tenyim is a blog made by a hard-working monk with many dreams,
who hasn't had time to update it, or the dns servers,
in the process of realising all those dreams :)
more at Tenyim.com
Tenzin Tsundue is a Tibetan activist, writer, and poet, who has devoted his
life to the Tibetan cause.
On his website he shares some of his poems, stories and essays, as well
as an account of his 2021 Walk for Tibet.
more about Tenzin Tsundue at TenzinTsundue.com/about
TibetWrites - "Where Tibetans Write" –
is a not-for-profit site dedicated to Tibetan people, to writers, and to Tibet.
it emerged from a core of writers and poets creating in the English language.
TibetWrites also hosts its publishing imprint
more about TibetWrites at TibetWrites.in/about
Wat Khao Tham — Mountain Cave Monastery — is a small monastery following the Thai Forest Tradition,
located in the forested hills above Baan Tai, on Koh Pha Ngan, Thailand.
more about Wat Khao Tham at WatKhaoTham.org
WebWalker / JW / Tometaxu helps out with Web hosting and sharing
Web development info in the Tibetan exile world since 2001.
more about Webwalker at SiteName.com/walker
His websites on Tibetbridges are:
- sharing Web dev and gnu/linux info.
- sharing writings on Buddhism and on self-identity.
- sharing random writings and image forms.
Many thanks to
And ... to
for hosting service,
the many Tibetans building so many websites,
the many geeks providing expertise,
and the good karma that brings us all together!
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