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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

  • Festival of Tibet 2015 held in Brisbane 27 Jan 2015 | 8:12 am

    The seventh annual Festival of Tibet recently held in Brisbane, Australia, was a resounding success.  Running this year from Monday 19th until Sunday 25th January, the Festival offered something for everyone and was well attended by the wider community. Enthusiastic audiences enjoy varied and engaging experiences that showcased the rich Tibetan culture through concerts, exhibitions, More>>

  • CTA organises workshop on Empowering Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs 27 Jan 2015 | 7:00 am

    BANGALORE: The Department of Home, Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) organised a two-day workshop on ‘Empowering Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs’ from 24 – 25 January 2015. Participants include 36 trainees who are  learning small trade skills at the Institute of Small Trade Learning Centre at Neelamangala, Bangalore, under Youth Empowerment Support (YES) program. The workshop was aimed to raise More>>

  • Tibetan Scholarship Program (TSP) Announcement 2016 (Update) 27 Jan 2015 | 4:42 am

    The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), is pleased to announce the opening of the 2016 Tibetan Scholarship Program (TSP). The TSP is sponsored by ECA and administered through a Cooperative Agreement with The Tibet Fund, in collaboration with the Central Tibetan Administration’s (CTA) Department of Education (DOE). Applications will More>>

  • U.S. and India Share Sense of Unease Over China 27 Jan 2015 | 4:06 am

    By Peter Baker and Gardiner Harris, New York Times, 26 January 2015 NEW DELHI — When President Barack Obama landed here for a three-day visit, he brought a long list of issues to discuss, like energy and trade. But when he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India sat down to talk, the first 45 More>>

  • Beijing’s Xinjiang Policy: Striking Too Hard? 26 Jan 2015 | 9:17 am

    The Diplomat, 23 January 2015 By Gabe Collins – China’s  long running Uighur insurgency has flared up dramatically of late, with more than 900 recorded deaths in the past seven years. This puts the conflict’s cumulative death toll in a range similar to that of The Troubles in Ireland or the ETA/Basque separatist violence in Spain. Russia’s longstanding More>>

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