Dharma Publishing and Dharma Press began operations in America in 1970 and in 1975 they were formally incorporated as a non-profit organization under the name Dharma Mudranalaya DBA Dharma Publishing and Dharma Press. All proceeds from the sale of our products contribute to the preservation of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
Fibre Tibet shawls are made of the finest Tibetan cashmere. The cashmere was collected by Tibetan nomads near Mount Kailash and woven into shawls by Tibetan, Newari and Nepali women in Kathmandu, Nepal. Tibetan nomad cooperatives, businesses and Himalayan artisans directly benefit from this special collection.
Situated in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas and home to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Dharamsala is the capital of the Tibetan exile community. Within this remarkably beautiful and culturally rich environment, Emory University and its partner the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics (IBD) offer two study abroad programs (Spring Semester and Summer Term) for students interested in both India and Tibet. Both programs are open to undergraduate students from any accredited university.
Tibetan Language Class is an online initiative taken to help improve your basic speaking and writing. It is free and open to anyone interested. The class is online and will be taught on Saturday mornings.
The Tibetan Language Institute has one of the largest Tibetan language study on-line bookstores in the US, and many of the titles are unique to our bookstore. Our Dharma Materials Bookstore is huge and constantly updated.
Conscious Journeys is an educational travel program of Tibetan Village Project in Tibet that offers unique experiences around cultural immersion, volun-tourism, and sustainable travel. We invite you to learn more about our program and experience a Conscious Journey to the rooftop of the world!
Tibet Ecotravel Collective is a group of energetic travel companies from the Tibetan Plateau. Each of us has had training in and committed to benefiting local communities, preserving cultural heritage and minimizing negative impact on the environment of the Tibetan Plateau.