I am Tibetan ( actually Indo-Tibetan ). But I am not from Tibet. Never been there. Yet I dream of dying there. ( Crossing the Border ) - Tibetan in India! Tashi Delek! Kameng
Governor Of Bali, I Made Mangku Pastika, Indonesia’s only Hindu region, refuses to cover Dharmic Statues of Bali for King Salman of Arabia! Awesome! The Governor of Bali stood up firm for his faith and culture, wonder what would have happened if such an event would have taken place in "Secular Hindu Majority" India? Already … Continue reading Indonesian Hindus *Perfect* Rebuttal to Islamist’s!
Bhutan introduces new 100 Ngultrum Commemorative Banknote! According to a press release by Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan these banknotes commemorate the First Anniversary of the birth of His Royal Highness The Gyalsey, Jigme Namgyel Wangchuck. 1,000,000 notes were printed. Info on the New Banknote- B225 (PNL): 100 ngultrum (US$1.50) Yellow, gold, blue, and red. … Continue reading Bhutan : New 100 Ngultrum Banknote
A short note on my life as a Hostelite! Of the 20+ years of my student life, 15 ( or more ) were spent living in Hostels across India, thanks mainly to 2 important factor's that shaped my childhood.... 1 - My parents "transferable" monochromatic government job with the Department of Agriculture that ultimately freaked … Continue reading Hostel Life was / is Awesome!
Saraswati Puja Greetings to all Dharmic Brethren! Goddess Saraswati is revered & respected by ( Traditional ) Buddhists as much as the Hindus. She is the Goddess of Art, Knowledge, Music, Wisdom and Learning In Tibetan, she appears as a Buddhist Yidam* in her capacity as an embodiment of virtuous activities of all kinds especially … Continue reading Saraswati Puja Greetings!
Word Press Article's from my BLOG on The Eight Auspicious Symbols of Tibetan Buddhist Tradition - Kameng Shambhala Have a look on the article's & let me know your views. Ashtamangala – The Eight Auspicious Symbols of Tibetan Buddhist Tradition – Part I Ashtamangala – The Eight Auspicious Symbols of Tibetan Buddhist Tradition – Part … Continue reading The Eight Auspicious Symbols of Tibetan Buddhist Tradition Part I and II
What's with everyone asking ( actually demanding ) Bak-Sheesh during Diwali? I mean it's not that I'm a stingy creep who refuses to share his hard earned taxable wealth with my fellow human beings on God's beautiful Earth! Also I understand if the Maid, Garbage Pick Up Guy, Complex Receptionist, That Hunk @ the Complex … Continue reading Diwali Baksheesh?
Rangoli,It takes time...It involves art ( colour powder x imagination ) It needs patience ( lots of it ) ... But the end result is AWESOME! Concluding thought - It's almost like drawing the Buddhist Mandala!!! Once again, Happy Diwali! Tashi Delek! PS : It's sad by tomorrow this art work will be gone as … Continue reading If YOU can write, maybe YOU can also DRAW!
Happy Diwali ( Lakshmi Puja ) to Hindu brethren! दीपक का प्रकाश हर पल आपके जीवन में नई रोशनी लाए,बस यही शुभकामना है आपके लिए इस दीपावली में। शुभ दीपावली! We Buddhists & Hindus are Dharmic people of the same Motherland - Jambudweep or Bharatvarsha! Our aspirations, concerns, adversaries and challenges are the same & … Continue reading Happy Diwali!