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Tibet

Putting Tibet Back in Focus

Vinaya Chandran

Historian Claude Arpi goes beyond the British and Chinese narratives to examine older ties between India and the region

Tibet as Buffer

Does India understand the importance of the Dalai Lama?

The Dalai Lama at 85

The many hurdles that His Holiness overcame to make India his home

Rahul Sankrityayan: Our Kind of Seeker

Manuscript hunter Rahul Sankrityayan was a nationalist at home in the world

In the Dalai Lama’s Shadow

Why Tibetans are worried and yet hopeful about the succession in Dharamsala

The Myriad Colours of Mansarovar

The physical form of divinity and the greatest beauty accessible to us

Songs of Snow

The agility and vulnerability of Tibetan verse

Mind Wars: China Punches Above its Weight

By insisting on an unconditional Indian withdrawal from Doklam plateau

Spare the Momo Please

A Tibetan snack that encloses varied flavours as well as memories, draws investment as much as political flak, it boasts of a culinary heritage that some trace to the Mongol Empire

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