Yearly Archive for: ‘2010’

  • Trailer: Living Tantra with Pandit Rajmani Tigunait PhD.

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    Register now & save. Special registration price ends on March 8th! Unlock the complete power of yoga, Ayurveda, and meditation… Living Tantra™ is the premier online educational offering of the Himalayan Institute. It is designed to ensure that distance does not come between the student …

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  • School of Carpentry & Construction Builds a Name for Itself

    It’s been 10 months since the Himalayan Institute Cameroon School of Carpentry & Construction opened its doors in Kumbo, and since then it has created many opportunities for the community. Each project that the school undertakes is designed to target local needs in the community …

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  • HI Mexico’s New Home in Jonotla

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    The Himalayan Institute Mexico (HIM) team is on the ground and settling into its new headquarters and home in the small mountain town of Jonotla. Once a parcel of land, community center building, and home were decided upon, the first week in town was spent …

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  • New Projects and Areas of Expansion in India

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    Over the last year, the Himalayan Institute’s work in India has been growing rapidly. Yoga+, the institute’s magazine, will be launched in India this spring, to coincide with a 6-city tour and lectures from Pandit Rajmani Tigunait. The humanitarian projects at the Tibetan Settlements in …

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  • Breaking Ground in Jonotla, Mexico

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    After having arrived in Jonotla only one week before, the Himalayan Institute Mexico (HIM) start up team has successfully acquired a plot of land on which to begin its Energy Farming project. The one acre plot is only a twenty minute walk from the center …

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  • Mahua Trees in Allahabad, India

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    The Himalayan Institute campus in Allahabad, India has been used to test different techniques and crops for the Energy Farming program since 2006 when the first pongamia trees were planted on its land. The most recent addition to the Allahabad campus is the Mahua tree …

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  • HI Mexico Takes Off

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    In December 2009, Humanitarian Projects Manager Jeff Abella and Project Coordinator Cheryl Malkoun traveled to Mexico and secured office space in metropolitan Puebla and farmland in the rural mountain town of Jonotla. This trip was a culmination of two years’ worth of scouting trips and …

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  • 2009 Major Activities and Timeline

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    2009 was an exciting and very busy year for the Himalayan Institute Humanitarian Initiatives. Here is a timeline of major events: HI Cameroon, HI & Tibetan Partnership, HI India, HI Mexico January In depth planning trip to Rabgayling Tibetan Settlement in South India to begin …

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