Come one. Come all. Our Annual Tibet Fest, a free event, highlights the cultural roots and influences of Tibet. The festival features visual arts, hands-on activities, foods, games, a marketplace, group dances, artwork, and discussions. There also will be handmade arts and crafts, prayer flags, children’s activities and traditional food. Meet local Tibetans and reminisce/talk to them about your travels to Nepal, India and Tibet..
Author: Tenzin Dargyal
UTSAV FESTIVAL this Saturday March 16th, -at Bellevue High School:- They will be showing a play called ‘Sabriya the Superwoman’ This is a true story about Tibetan Blind children.
This is a true story about Tibetan Blind children. This is a drama about German blind girl – who fell in love with Tibet and Asian culture. She goes to college and learns that there is no Braille for Tibetan language. So, she invents Tibetan Braille and also writes a Tibet-German/German-Tibet Dictionary. Then she built the 1st Tibetan Blind School for Tibetan Children – brought education to Tibetan blind children. Gave them dignity and self respect. Now, many of her students – who are blind run blind schools in Tibet. This drama is part of a big event called –...
His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trinchen Dorje Chang and His Holiness the 42nd Sakya Trizin Dorje Chang will preside over the historic occasion of Sakya world peace Monlam
The Tibetan Association of Washington invites you to their annual Tibetan New Year Losar Party. PROGRAM 4:15 Doors open Games, sho para, playing cards, carrom board. etc.
5:30 Program begins Namthar by Lharik Songs and entertainment Welcome speech by TAW President More songs and entertainment 6:30 TAW Annual Report presentation 7:00 Dinner and open mike 8:30 Gorshay Price $35 Children 5 – 15 years : $15 Price includes entrance, dinner to New Year Party and your annual TAW membership