- Tibetan Books
- Foreign Library
- Multimedia Library
- Meditational Hall
- Lecture Hall
- Recording Studio
- Public Library
Here you will find the LTWA receptionist who is more than happy to answer any of your questions.
You can purchase any books and dvds that have been published by the LTWA.
This department houses one of the richest collections of Tibetan books and manuscripts.
Gain access to a variety of foreign language journals, magazines and books on a wide range of topics.
With the setting up of a new Multimedia library, now one can listen to, watch, read or even study any of the resources available which include Tibetan documentary films, movies, oral histories, songs and dance, speeches, spiritual discourses, e-books, etc..
Visit our museum to explore the acient Tibetan cultural heritage.
It provides a comfortable space for 70 seats.
We have classrooms for language and workshop students.
This modern space provides full multi-media support for press conferences and lectures.
The state-of-the-art recording studio for various audio works.
In between classes, relax over a cup of tea and chat with your classmates at our cafe. You can also order a variety of traditional Tibetan foods.
Unlike the libraries located at the institute’s main building where they exclusively hold reference resources on Tibetan, Buddhist and on relevant subjects other than Tibetan studies
A limited number of semi-furnished rooms with attached kitchen and either attached or common bathrooms with hot water are available for research scholars and students enrolled in two or more courses.