Dear friends, volunteers and students This is to notify all the teachers and students that Tibet World winter holiday is from 20/12/2013 to 24/02 /2014 for two months. The office is going to open at 9 am 24th February 2014 and class will be starting at 9 am 04/03/2014. Most welcome to Tibet World all of you in March 2014.
Dear Friends, We cordially invite you all to the INAUGURATION CEREMONY of Tibet World. Tibet world means “Tibet meets the world, the world meets Tibet”, and was recently established in McLeod Ganj. Our mission is to preserve and cultivate the Tibetan culture and empower Tibetans to improve their lives. We organize intercultural exchange programs and provide education as well as training in a variety of Read More
Tibet World is excited to announce our new walking tour! As a creative, new way to raise money for the organization we’ve mapped out an exciting tour of McLeod Ganj and the surrounding areas. Your local guide will tell you everything you need to know about all major monuments as well as interesting, little known facts about this beautiful hill station. Please join us for Read More
We are working on many new projects and we need your help! We currently receive no external funding and rely completely on the kind donations of our volunteers, friends and family. A great way to support us is to sign up for our volunteer service. Alternatively if you wish to donate funds to support the work of Tibet World we would love to hear from you. Read More
The 19th of October, 2013, saw Tibet World be officially inaugurated. Students, Tibetan support groups and Tibet World’s friends from different places in India, Germany, Spain, USA, Taiwan, Japan and Vietnam, come together to celebrate this moment. The Opening Ceremony started at 9.30AM. All the guests to Tibet World were welcomed by international volunteers. Among the guests were members of the Tibetan Parliament, the President Read More
The entire world knows Tibet is a country of highlands, grasslands, thick forests and abundant natural resources. Areas inhabited by Tibetans boast huge cultural diversity with folk songs and dances playing a major part. Almost every Tibetan can sing and wherever there is a crowd, there is bound to be dance. Tibetans sing anytime, anywhere, for any event. They dance at festivals, weddings, gatherings, New Read More