BUDDHISMO NEPALESE - I MAESTRI VAJRACHARYA
The Buddhist Library
Buddhist Library (BL), Japan has been created and supported by volunteers who
first encountered the spirit of the Buddhism of Nepal and its culture in a small
house in Kathmandu called "Shanti Kuthi".
Tokurin-ji 28-341 Aioi Tenpaku-ku Nagoya-shi 468-0037 Japan
Singhini Research Centre
A research and documentation centre dedicated to the preservation and promotion of art and culture of Himalayan region.
Dhobighat, Lalitpur, nepal
Asha Saphu Kuthi (Asha Archives)
Asha Archives is a public library of Nepalese manuscripts, named after the late
Mr. Asha Man Singh Kansakar who was a prominent activist, social worker,
educationist and Newar writer who had founded several social, cultural, literary
and educational institutions.
Gha 3/563 Kulanbhulu, Raktakali, Kathmandu, Nepal
Buddhist Education Foundation (HBEF)
HBEF was established on January 1st, 1995 with a view to educating Nepalese people of various social strata and of different castes about Buddhism. It aims at spreading Buddhism throughout the whole country in order to encourage and enhance morale and Buddhist ethics among the various ethnic groups of Nepal.
P.O.Box 100, Chakupat, Lalitpur, Nepal
Centre For Nepal and Asian Studies (CNAS)
Postgraduate Diploma in Buddhist Studies (Tribhuvan University)
Department of NeHCA
T.U., Kirtipur, Nepal
Nepal Research Centre
A Website on Nepal and Himalayan Studies.
University, Department of Music
A Short Introduction of the Kathmandu University Department of Music.
Nagarjuna Institute of Exact Methods
P.O.Box 100, Chakupat, Lalitpur,