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The Dalai Lama


"Today, we are going through a critical period in time. We are a nation with an ancient culture, which is now facing the threat of extinction. We need your help, the international community's help, to protect our culture. Our culture is one of the world heritages cultures. Protecting an ancient culture like this is the responsibility not only of the concerned nation, but also of the world community as a whole."

  XIV Dalai Lama of Tibet



Tashi Delek & Welcome to Tibet Home Stay


We are a group of Tibetan family living in exile for more than twenty five years, joining hands to show the world what we really are and at the same time extending our hands to learn more and make the world aware of what we believe.....



About Us



Dear guest, if you have opened this site seeking a homestay in Tibet,we apologize for the fact that it is not so and this homestay is by the Tibetans in exile i.e. in India, we do not believe that Tibet is a part of China and we pray and will fight that, in a near future, we would be able to provide you with a homestay in a Free Tibet, where the freedom to have faith and believe to any one, is a basic human right no matter what your religion is along with all the other basic human rights that are deprived from the Tibetans in Tibet.



Tibetans in Exile


 Despite forty years of Chinese occupation and various policies designed to assimilate or sinify Tibetans and to destroy their separate national, cultural and religious identity, the Tibetan people's determination to preserve their heritage and regain their freedom is as strong as ever.



Why Tibet Homestay ?


Tibethomestay.com is registered online as a web portal wherein it will mediate the bookings between Tibet homestay host and its guests. Tibethomestay.com will arrange all the possible requirements of the guest and its host.




Our Logo


Our logo: At the back ground the Tibetan National flag representing Tibet and in the front, the great Yumbu Lhakhang, representing all the homes that we have in Exile.Yumbu lhakhang, according to legend, was the first building in Tibet and the palace of the first Tibetan king, Nyatri Tsenpo.





The word Losar is a Tibetan word for New Year. LO means year and SAR means new. Tibetans celebrate their New Year as Losar. The Tibetan New Year is commemorated on the first day of the first month of the Tibetan lunar calendar, which usually falls in the month of January or February or even in March.



News from Across

  • Nobel laureates visit Dharamsala to show support for His Holiness the Dalai Lama 1 Oct 2014 | 6:51 am

    DHARAMSALA: Two prominent women Nobel laureates expressed their strong support to His Holiness the Dalai Lama as they arrived in Dharamsala today to join the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the conferment of Nobel Peace prize on the Tibetan spiritual leader in 1989. His Holiness the Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace prize More>>

  • “UMAYLAM“ – THE MIDDLE WAY APPROACH 29 Sep 2014 | 7:17 am

    The Dalai Lama’s Conflict Resolution in 21st Century Written by Kelsang Gyaltsen, Special Representative of H. H. the Dalai Lama for Europe Looking around the world today one cannot fail to notice how unattended conflicts with strong ethnic and religious undercurrents can erupt into devastating violence and bloodshed that make them virtually impossible to solve. More>>

  • Tibetans forced to celebrate summer festival in Driru 29 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am

    DHARMSHALA: Chinese authorities in Driru have forced Tibetans in Tsala township to celebrate a summer festival threatening them with arrests and imprisonment if they do not comply with the order, according to news reports. Local Tibetans have stopped celebrating the summer festival a few years back, in solidarity with the self-immolations that swept Tibet since More>>

  • Brahma Chellaney: Tibet is the real source of Sino-Indian friction 29 Sep 2014 | 1:15 am

    by Brahma Chellaney, Nikkei Asian Review The sprawling, mountainous country of Tibet was annexed by China in the 1950s, eliminating a historical buffer with India. Today, the region remains at the heart of Sino-Indian problems, including territorial disputes, border tensions and water feuds. Beijing lays claim to adjacent Indian territories on the basis of alleged More>>

  • Book review: A Home in Tibet by Tsering Wangmo Dhompa 29 Sep 2014 | 12:59 am

    by Thubten Samphel* Published on 27 September, Hindustan Times It is not easy to classify Tsering Wangmo Dhompa’s debut book, A Home in Tibet, into any genre. How should we read her book, as a memoir or a travelogue? Perhaps, it is both and in this sense, is evocative of Colin Thubron’s To A Mountain More>>

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