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  1. Tibetan Medical & Astro. College (TMAC)


    Men-Tsee-Khang (TMAI) was initially established by H.H the 13th Dalai Lama in Tibet in 1916 with the sole objective of preserving Tibetan medicine and astrology, catering optimum medical facilities to the people and as a centre for higher study and research on Tibetan medicine and Astrology.
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  2. Department of Sowa-Rigpa, CUTS, Varanasi


    The Central University of Tibetan Studies (CUTS) is a five star accredited University and research institute founded in 1967 as conceived by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the first Prime Minister of India, Pt.Jawahar Lal Nehru, financed by Govt, of India. In the year 1988, the Institute was declared Deemed to be a University and in the year 2001, the Institute became one of the few five star accredited among the Universities of India. It offers degree programs in Buddhist Philosophy and Classical Languages; Tibetan Medicine and Astrology; and Tibetan fine Arts.
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  3. Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute

    Chagpori Med. College

    Chagpori Medical College was initially established at Lhasa in Tibet, 1696 by Desi Sangye Gyatso, one of the foremost scholars of Tibetan Medicine & Astrology, in line with a divine wish of His Holiness The Great Fifth Dalai Lama. Dr.Trogawa Rinpoche (late), a direct descendant of Chagpori medical lineage has reestablished the Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute in March of 1992 at Darjeeling, West Bengal to promote its ancient medical tradition. It is a non-profit charitable organization registered under the West Bengal Societies Act XXVI of the 1961.
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  4. Department of Sowa-Rigpa, CIBS, Ladakh

    Dept.of Tibetan Medicine

    Prior to 1959, scholars, novices and monks of Ladakh used to go to Tibet in pursuit of higher monastic Buddhist education and return back to practice in their regional centers in Ladakh. This practice abruptly came to an end because of the changed political scenario of present Tibet since 1959. Hence, the Central Institute of Buddhist Studies came into existence for imparting multi-disciplinary Buddhist education in this part of the country to preserve & promote its traditional learning systems.
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Message from His Holiness

His Holiness Speech

CCTM Ist Term (2004 - 2007)

CCTM IInd Term (2007 - 2010)

CCTM IIIrd Term (2010 - 2013)


Executive Member
Presenting Yuthog Award to His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama

Executive Member
Presenting Yuthog Award to Late Dr. Tenzin Choedak - 15th March 2010

Executive Member
Presenting Yuthog Award Certificate to Late Dr. Tenzin Choedak - 15th March 2010

Executive Member
Presenting Yuthog Award to Dr. Yeshi Dhonden - 27th October 2012

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