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  1. In Tibetan "Gang Chenpa" means People from the Land of Snow (Tibetans).
    The Tibetan Group Gang Chenpa consists of Namgyal Lhamo, Chukie Tethong…

  2. Singer, Songwriter, Actor and Performing Artist Namgyal Lhamo originally hails from Shigatse in Tibet. Winner of the Best Female Singer award at the…

  3. Techung is a prominent Tibetan singer/songwriter living in exile in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is best known for his performances of…

  4. Eight Lamas From Drepung, Tibetan chordal/microtonal singing is an incredibly cosmic event one has to experience because it goes beyond mere…

  5. The Gyuto monks practice traditional throat singing or overtone singing. Combined with ancient Tibetan instruments, they create a very bound,…

  6. The Maitri Vihar Monastery is located in Swoyambu Nath in Nepal and is home to some 50 monks from both Nepal and Tibet.

    They have released a CD,…

  7. The Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery is currently located in Dharamsala, India. It was originally situated in Tibet, a few kilometers south of Lhasa and…

  8. Karsangjamtso (Karjam for short) Saeji was born in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, the third son and sixth child in a nomadic Tibetan…

  9. Born in November 1956 in Nepal in a family of Tibetan refugees, Kelsang Chukie Tethong was raised in a musical family which deeply influenced her as…

  10. Gyume (Lower Tantric College) is one of the two main Tantric orders within the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism, the other being Gyuto. It was…

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