|Tibet at a Glance Rs- 100|
|Tibet at a Glance is a compilation of the Tibet Museum’s photographic archives that seeks to highlight Tibet’s identity through its national symbols, maps and history. These are presented through photos and text.
The book aims to present the rich Tibetan religious culture, which has existed since the three religious kings up to the Dalai Lamas of the modern era. It also presents Tibet’s beautiful snow capped mountains, sacred lakes and rivers of the three Tibetan provinces. This book is a great reference for those who are interested in learning about Tibet and Tibetans.
|Tibet’s Journey in Exile Rs- 300|
|Tibet’s Journey in Exile covers the chronology of Tibet’s ancient cultural heritage and presents the means through which its culture is preserved in exile. The Tibetan culture, which has flourished on the “roof of the world” for thousands of years, came under assault when the People’s Liberation Army invaded, in 1949. Thousands of temples and monasteries were destroyed during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), and the People’s Republic of China launched numerous policies to sinicize the Tibetans’ way of life, with the aim of wiping out their rich cultural heritage. After coming into exile in India, however, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), along with the generous help of the Indian government, rebuilt monasteries and learning centers which preserve and promote Tibet’s rich culture.
Tibet’s Journey in Exile takes us through the journey of over 50 years and shows how Tibetans, with the able guidance of H.H the Dalai Lama and the CTA, have been able to establish a cohesive and functioning community in exile.
|A Long Look Homeward Rs- 150|
A Long Look Homeward is an exhibition catalog meant to preserve the memories of Tibetans who lived in Tibet before the Chinese occupation. This exhibition is a fabric of symbols, visuals and narratives that weave together a collective consciousness of memory, commemoration and hope. The exhibition takes us on a journey depicting the darkness of invasion, destruction and oppression, while also shedding light on Tibet’s magnificent past and expressing hopes for its future.