Category Archive for: ‘India’

  • Preparing the Land

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    The Himalayan Institute Energy Farming team at the Tibetan Rabgayling Settlement has set to work preparing the land for planting young pongamia seedlings. Currently, the seedlings are doing very well at their nursery where they were planted only a few months ago. A tractor from …

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  • Origins of the Himalayan Institute, Tibetan Collaboration

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    The seed of the Himalayan Institute Tibetan Community Center vision was planted in winter 2007, when an Institute member introduced the HI Community Center concept to representatives of the Tibet Fund, an independent US-based nonprofit organization that works closely with the Central Tibetan Administration and …

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  • Planting a Biodiesel Nursery

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    On March 22nd P.S. Reddy, project manager for the Energy Farming Pilot Project at the Tibetan Rabgayling Settlement, finished the planting of 10,000 seeds of pongamia pinnata. Many members of the project’s founding group were there to assist in the work. Rigden, Rabgayling’s Agricultural Extension …

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  • Energy Farming Plants New Seeds

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    On July 28, 2008 the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA hosted Professor Samdhong Rinpoche, prime minister of the Central Tibetan Administration (the official Tibetan government in exile). During his visit, Professor Rinpoche met with the leaders of the Himalayan Institute’s humanitarian projects to discuss some …

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  • Sandra Anderson’s weblog: “Adventures in Yoga”

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    Please take a moment to discover Sandra Anderson’s weblog “Re-Enchanting the World: Adventures in Yoga” today. You’ll find food for thought, inspiration (hopefully), stories from pilgrimages to India, and ruminations on various topics related to yoga practice, including the interesting tendency of science to validate …

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