|Book Name:||Views of the Bodhanath-Stupa|
|Author Name:||Franz-karl Ehrhard|
Views of the Bodhanath-Stupa Author: Franz-karl Ehrhard
|Book Name:||Every Place Every People|
|Author Name:||Peter J. Karthak|
Peter Karthakâ€™s prose burns with energy in this dark, compelling novel that is simultaneously a meditation on postcolonial displacement and the nature of good and evil. Through his irresistible characters, whose emotional lives are dramatized in the flawed beauty of the â€œhill stationâ€ of Darjeeling, Karthak weaves a complex story that is at once suspenseful and reflective. It also marks him as a potent voice in Nepali literature in English. â€“ Samrat Upadhyay Indiana University, USA; author of Arresting God…
|Book Name:||From Goddess To Mortal|
|Author Name:||Scott Berry|
Scott Berry is a very well-known name to me. I came across his book AStranger in Tibet when I was working on the life and works of EkaiKawaguchi in Tokyo in 1997-1998. I was very impressed by his narrativestyle and his ability to combine humanism with the wisdom of culture.Berry has precisely done that in this book From Goddess to Mortal.
|Book Name:||Fragile Mountains|
|Author Name:||MK Limbu|
Fragile Mountains is a story of three generations of a family who hope and dream and generally life as it comes until they find themselves trapped in the midst of a bloody Maoist rebellion. Itâ€™s also about the tradition and culture of the Limbu people, an ancient and proud race of Mongoloid stock who have made the eastern hills of Nepal their home for countless centuries.
|Author Name:||D.S. Kansakar Hilker|
Syamukapu is a personal account about Bhajuratna and his son Gyan Jyoti. The book stretches over a period of 122 years, from 1882 to 2004 and unfolds in Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Lhasa and Kathmandu.
|Book Name:||A Ngor Mandala Collection|
|Author Name:||Lokesh Chandra, Musanshi Tachichikawa & Sumie Watanabe|
Scholars of the Ngor Monastery belonging to the Sa skya School of Tibetan Buddhism started to compose a systematic work of theories and practices of Indian and Tibetan maË†d.alas in 1870 and finished its publication by 1894. The title of this work is the rgyud sde kun btus (Collection of the Tantras), which consists of thirty-two volumes. The work was reprinted in India during 1971 and 1972. Probably shortly after the completion of the compilation of texts at the Ngor…
|Book Name:||The Ancestral Forest|
|Author Name:||Martino Nicoletti|
Lost among the high hills of eastern Nepal, which has meant centuries of cultural isolation, the Kulunge Rai ethnic group have tenaciously maintained their religious tradition ever since their ancient origins. Bearing witness to a far-off past of hunting and nomadic life, their myths and legends form a plot and scenario that comprise a multitude of invisible entitles: the hunter-spirits and the monkey spirits, the undisputed sovereigns of the forest world; Laladum, the deity who resembles a little girl, the…
|Book Name:||The Lamp of Scriptures and Reasoning|
|Author Name:||Phurbu Tashi|
If one isnot, perhaps this discussion willinspire a reduction in consumption.In general, abandoning eating meatis a profound means of practicingcompassion and loving kindness â€“the foundation of MahayanaBuddhism, and in particular it surelycontributes to enjoying a long andhealthy life. I hope this is of somebenefit to all who encounter thisreading.The Lamp of Scriptures and Reasoning.