An Exhibition of Tibetan Calligraphy
Forty-six works written in ink on paper by P. N. Dhumkhang
The premier online journal for the study and exhibition of the arts of Asia.
Screen Savers & Tibetan Fonts
Guide to Tibetan Art, Theatre and Music
A list of useful links from the World-Wide Web Virtual Library.
Kathmandu University Department of Music
A Short Introduction by Gert-Matthias Wegner.
The Kora of the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa Tibet
These photographs are part of a project that documents the kora.
Lotus Research Centre, (LRC) Nepal
Lotus Research Centre (LRC) is a non-profit, non-government and government registered organization dedicated to the cause of preserving and promoting Buddhist culture through research and studies with a view to contributing to the quality of life of all Buddhists in Nepal.
Oriental Sacred Art and the Art of Collecting in the West
by Ana P?niker.
The Samantabhadra Collection
The Tibetan and Himalayan Digital Library (University of Virginia).
Soma, Offertory and Elixer by Francois Pannier
This article appeared in number 4 of KAOS - PARCOURS DES MONDES, 2004
translated by David Hunter from the French.
Tantric Hinduism in Khmer Culture
Tantric Hinduism in Khmer Culture by Emma C. Bunker, Asian Department, Denver Art Museum.
Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center
Dedicated to creating and maintaining a digital archive of Tibetan literature.
Tibetan Studies WWW Virtual Library
The Internet Guide to Tibetan Studies, edited by Dr.T.Matthew Ciolek.
Treasures in Monasteries
The few surviving monasteries of the 11th century bring to light important aspects of the development of Buddhist art in the Himalayan region and its deep connections with the philosophy and art of eastern India and Kashmir.
The Wheel of Life
An interactive tour through the symbolic meanings of the Wheel of Life.
Woodslips: An On-line Digital Database of Tibetan Woodslips
The largest, and most well-known, single cache of Central Asian manuscripts is that discovered in a walled-up library in the monastic cave complex of Dunhuang.