April 21, 2018: Saturday Lha Charitable Trust in collaboration with Clean Upper Dharamshala (CUDP) and Tibetan Women’s Association (TWA) organised a mass clean-up drive to observe World Earth day. This time, we have picked up trashes around Kyirong village site at Tipa road. We will focus on the areas which are in danger of becoming […]
Clean and GreenLha’s monthly mass clean up for December was held on the 16th with about50 participants, as usual Lha students and volunteers came along to help. This month we picked up litter around the main temple, Kora pathway and below Potala road. Even though we clean the area every month, there is a truck […]
by Wayne Schlegel My wife Leslie Potter and I have had the privilege of teaching English at Lha for the past two months, she in the Beginners class and I in the advanced. It has been a wonderful experience on many levels, both professional and personal, and we heartedly recommend it to both
By Lodoe Gyatso Moving to McLeod Ganj was one of the best ideas I had in my life. My wife and I have lived here for two years and have had the privilege of meeting many new friends.
Lha Charitable Trust, a non-government institute for social work and education based in Mcleod Ganj, Dharamshala, celebrated its 20 year anniversary of providing social services for the Tibetan community, local Indians and people from Himalayan regions. The anniversary was celebrated with a formal event followed by lunch, fun and frolic at the
On October 21, Lha staff, students and volunteers gathered for the monthly mass cleanup.The day started from Mcleod Ganj main square with around 40 participantswhoworked in three groups to clean the areas near Tipa road, Bhugsu Road and Tushita road.
Lha hosted two groups under our Cultural Exchange Programme during October་ First was a group of eightpeople from the United States who stayed for a week at Ahimsa House from October 3 – 11. The group was from different walks of life and everyone had a keen interest in
Lha staff, students and volunteers gathered on September 16 for a cleanup around the main temple. Around 60 people took part in the day which was a part of our monthly mass cleanup programme. This monthly mass cleanup takes place every third Saturday and all offers of help are very much appreciated.
Lha hosted a group of seven women from the United States for a week in September, 2017. Members of the group were from different walks of life and everyone had a keen interest in Tibetan Buddhism and the unique culture of Tibet. Staying at Lha’s Ahimsa House, they participated in our English conversation classes to […]
by Kenny McCann I came to Dharamsala because I was inspired by the compassionate resolve of the Tibetan people. I am now leaving with a genuine love and respect for the Tibetan community and culture. You have shown me what it truly means to be free from attachment even in a dire