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The Tibetan Language Student
http://www.learntibetan.net/
The Tibetan Language Student
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An exhibition of Tibetan Calligraphy
http://www.asianart.com/exhibitions/calligraphy/
An exhibition of Tibetan Calligraphy
Forty-six works written in ink on paper by P. N. Dhumkhang
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Tibetan Calligraphy and Tibetan Medicine
http://www.medecinetibet.org/english-index.htm
Tibetan Calligraphy and Tibetan Medicine
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Tibetan Language Institute
http://www.tibetanlanguage.org/
Tibetan Language Institute
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Tibetan Studies WWW Virtual Library
http://www.ciolek.com/WWWVL-TibetanStudies.html
Tibetan Studies WWW Virtual Library
This document keeps track of leading information facilities in the field of Tibetan studies. It is a part of the Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library and of its specialist subsection, the East Asia WWW Virtual Library.
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Tibetan-English Dictionary.
http://www.nitartha.org/dictionary_search04.html
Tibetan-English Dictionary.
his special frameset page lets you easily search the Nitartha international online version of the Rangjung Yeshe Tibetan-English Dictionary.
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Tibetan Language audio guide
http://www.wordbridge.com/Tibeng/tibeng.html
Tibetan Language audio guide
Welcome to the first part of our Tibetan Langauge audio guide. You can stream the audio for each section of words or download the Real audio file to your hard drive for offline practice.
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Sino-Tibetan languages
http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/society/A0845365.html
Sino-Tibetan languages
Sino-Tibetan languages, family of languages spoken by over a billion people in central and SE Asia. This linguistic family is second only to the Indo-European stock in the number of its speakers. It is usually said to have three subfamilies: Tibeto-Burman, Chinese, and Tai, or Thai. One school of thought, however, assigns the Tai and Chinese languages to a single subfamily called Sino-Siamese or Sinitic.
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Tibetan Buddhist Internet Radio
http://www.lamrim.com/
Tibetan Buddhist Internet Radio
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Tibetan-English-Dictionary
http://www.diamondway-buddhism.org/
Tibetan-English-Dictionary
The Dharma Dictionary is an ongoing project involved in compiling Buddhist terminology and translation terms to bridge the Tibetan and English languages. Begun in 1979, it has slowly grown to a database of approx 5 megabytes with 65,000 entries.
Comparatively, the Tibetan-English Dictionary of Sarat Chandra Das has approximately 27,000 entries.
The project is supported by Rangjung Yeshe Translations and Publications, located in the Kathmandu valley of Nepal.
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Tibetan language on Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibetan_language
Tibetan language on Wikipedia
The Tibetan language is spoken primarily by the Tibetan people who live across a wide area of eastern Central Asia bordering South Asia, as well as by overseas Tibetan communities all over the world.
Several forms of Tibetan are also spoken by various peoples of northern Pakistan and India in areas like Baltistan and Ladakh, which are both in or around Kashmir.
Its classical written form is a major regional literary language; particularly its use in Buddhist literature.
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