Some Internet-sources

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Bonpo

Aid to Bon children

“Bon Children`s Home”. Children of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

“NYATRI Fundacja”. Aid to the Bon children. It is the Polish project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples (in Polish).

“Bon Children`s Home”. It is Austrian project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples.

“The Bоn Shen Foundation”. It is American project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples, it`s a non-profit corporation, formed in 1996. Their mission is to help preserve the Bon culture by supporting its children and the community they live in.

“Bon Future Fund Inc.” Investing in the higher education of Bon children.

Bon in Asia

“The Bon Foundation”. It was founded in 1989 to assist Bonpo refugees who have settled in India and to help preserve the ancient traditions of Bon.

“Dzogchen Wodsel Ling”. Center for Bon spiritual tradition founded under spiritual direction of H.E. Menri Ponlob Trinley Nyima Rinpoche.

“Zhang Zhung Bon”. Geshe Murig Nyima Kunchap Rinpoche, Nepal Bon Religion Association (NBRA), Nepal and Dolpo Bon Society (DBS).

“Nepal Bon Religion Associacion”. It is trying to deliver spiritual education to the people of the country, which help to keep peace and taking them to build a road of peace.

“Dolpo Bon Society”. Ensure that the Bon as a religions and culture revives and continues to flourish in the changing times by fulfilling the needs of the people of Dolpo, Nepal.

“Friends of Dolpa”. It serves as a liaison between Dolpa communities and their supporters in Nepal and other countries.

“Tapriza Projects”. Tapriza Verein Schwitzerland cares for the people of the Dolpo region in Nepal.

“Jamma Foundation”. It is support for Bonpo nuns of the Monastery in Lo Montang (Mustang), Nepal.

“Tashi Gy Gye Thaten Ling Bonpo Monastery”. Bon in District Baglung, Dhaulagiri Zone, West Nepal.

Bon in Europe

“Yungdrung Bon”. It is French project. Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche and Triten Norbutse Monastery.

“TYBSC”. Lama Khemsar Rinpoche and his Tibetan Yungdrung Bon Study Centre (TYBSC) in United Kingdom.

“Tibetan Bon Tradition in Russia”. It is the oldest of Russian-speaking Bonpo sources (in Russian).

“Bon Children”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Belarus and Ukraine. It is non-profit cultural project of Shen Chen Ling in Minsk, Bon Gyi Drup De in Donetsk, Bon Shen Drup De in Kharkov founded by Master Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

“Shen Chen Ling”. It is webpage of Minsk Centre founded by Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

“Bon Gyi Drup De”. It is webpage of Donetsk Centre founded by Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

“Bon Shen Drup De”. It is webpage of Kharkov Centre founded by Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

“Gyer.Ru”. It is website of Moscow Study Centre of the Yung Drung Bon religion.

“Yung Drung Bon Centre”. It is website of Moscow Centre opened by H.H. Lungtok Tenpa`i Nyima Rinpoche`s blessing.

“Jungdrung Bon”. It is the Polish project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples (in Polish).

“Sklep Bon Garuda”. In Polish.

“Polska Garuda”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Poland.

“Tendzin Dardze Ling”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Lithuania (in Lithuanian).

“Garuda Bon Association Frankfurt/Main”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Germany.

“Garuda Switzerland”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Switzerland.

“Bon Garuda Ireland”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Ireland.

“Bon Garuda Foundation Holland”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Holland (in Dutch).

“Bonpo.Dk”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Denmark (in Dutch).

“Yungdrung Bon Italia”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Italy (in Italian).

“Bon Italy”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Italy (in Italian).

“A Nyingmapa Kozosseg honlapja”. Tibetan Bon and Nyingma in Hungary (in Hungarian).

Bon in America

“Ligmincha Institute”. Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche and his international Bon institute.

“Houston Ligmincha Institute”. Ligmincha of Texas.

“Yeru Bon Center”. American disciples of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche in Los Angeles.

“Bon Shen Ling”. Bon Shen Ling is a non-profit organization borned by Tog Den Won Po Chongtul Rinpoche in US, Pennsylvania.

“Chamma Ling Retreat Center”. It has been established and is in the early stages of development in the mountains near Crestone, Colorado, to support personal meditation retreats.

“Sherab Chamma Ling”. The Tibetan Bon Buddhist Centre in Canada founded by Geshe YongDong.

“Za Mongyal YungDrung Ling”. The Tibetan Bon Buddhist Centre in Canada founded by 7th Kundol Namkha Thinley Wangyal Rinpoche.

“Garuda — Asociacion Cultural Tibetana, A.C.” Tibetan Bon Tradition in Mexico (in Spanish).

Bonpo art

“Tibetan Yungdrung Bon Arts”. Bonpo deities, thangkas, statues, carpets, etc.

“Bon Art”. Part of Himalayan Art collection (see below).

“Bon Tibetan culture”. Here are photos and video from Menri Monastery.

Bonpo links

“Bonpo Lamas Directory”. Part of TibetanLama.Com (see below).

“Bonpo”. Here is English-speaking mail-list (Yahoo-group) for communication between Western students and scholars of Tibetan Bon and Dzogchen.

“Bon-Encyclopedia”. It is wiki-based project.

“Bon Tengyur”. The canonical collection of our masters' teachings has been printed from the original manuscripts in Tibet and can be ordered.

“The Bonpo Textual Collection”. It is an electronic and collaborative project aiming at the reproduction, analysis, interpretation, and translation (as appropriate) of Tibetan literature in the indigenous Bonpo tradition.

“Ligmincha Store”. Cool Bonpo`s online shop: Search by Practice, Search by Category.

“Books on Bon”: 1, 2, 3.

“Bon content of the Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center”

“Tibetan Bon Link`s Collection 1”
“Tibetan Bon Link`s Collection 2”

Dzogchen

“Dzogchen Monastery”. It is one of the six major seats of the Nyingma Lineage.

“The Mirror”. It is the newspaper of the International Dzogchen Community of Chogyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche.

“Vajranatha”. It is an official web site of John Myrdhin Reynolds.

“Dzogchen Atiyoga Links Collection”. There are very many sources!

Buddhism

“His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet”. The website of H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama.

“Patrul Rinpoche”. We are happy to introduce you to Patrul Rinpoche`s worldwide home page.

“Rigpa”. It is multilingual international project of Sogyal Rinpoche.

“Nyingma Dharma Centres”. Link list.

“Diamond Way Buddhism Worldwide”. This website represents 484 or more lay Diamond Way Buddhist centers and groups of the Karma Kagyu Tradition under the spiritual guidance of H.H. the 17th Karmapa, Trinley Thaye Dorje, and directed by Lama Ole Nydahl.

“BuddhaNet”. Worldwide Buddhist Information and Education Network.

“The Berzin Archives”. It is the collection of works of the American scholar and author Alexander Berzin, who spent 29 years in India, studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism.

“Dharma Media”. Rime Buddhist archives.

“Buddhist InfoWeb”. Online Buddhist Centers & Information in the Tibetan / Vajrayana / Dzogchen Traditions

“E-Sangha Buddhism Directory”. Browse through link categories…

“Buddhist Links”. Now there are more than 7000 links in the collection!

Tibetan language

“The Tibetan Language Student”. Learn Tibetan.

“Tibetan Language Institute”. Montana, USA.

“Tibetan Fonts Resource”. Fonts, tools, software, services.

“Lotsawa Server”. Internet Tibetan Translation Resource System.

“Worldbridge Tibetan Language Audio Guide”. You can stream the audio for each section of words or download the Real audio file to your hard drive for offline practice.

Tibet and Himalaya

“Tibetan Government in Exile”
“The Official Web Site of the Tibetan Administration”

“TibetanLama.Com”. It is the Tibetan Lamas Directory. Nyingma, Kagyu, Sakya, Gelug, Bon, Jonang.

“Voice of Tibet”. Internet radio.

“Tibet Online Web TV”. It is a project of the Central Tibetan Administration.

“Save Tibet!”. International Compaign for Tibet.

“Tibet Search”. Tibetan portal.

“En.Tibet.Cn”. It is the China Tibet Information Center: official Chinese site.

“Himalayan Art”. Bhutanese, Nepalese, Bon, Gandharan and Tibetan Buddhist Art, Sculpture & Artifacts.

“Zhang Zhung Preservation Project”. It is dedicated to the study and conservation of the remnants of the ancient Zhang Zhung Empire and civilization of Tibet.

“The Tibetan Photo Project”. Images of Tibet.

“Tibet on Film”: 1921 – 1984, 1985 – 2005.

Publishing

“Snow Lion Publications”

The Cloudy Network

“The Cloudy Network”. Cultural space of TONKOBLAKO-9.NET.

“BON CHILDREN”. Tibetan Bon Tradition in Belarus and Ukraine. It is non-profit cultural project of Shen Chen Ling in Minsk, Bon Gyi Drup De in Donetsk, Bon Shen Drup De in Kharkov founded by Master Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche. Website has devoted to the Bonpo are native spiritual tradition of Tibet, to the following of this tradition from other world's parts, to the Children's Home for children of tibetan Bonpo refugeis in Dolanji (North India). To Right Worthy Lha-Tri Khenpo Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche it devotes…

Our parthners

“Web Ring of India”

“DMOZ — Open Directory Project”

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Title: BON CHILDREN
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Possible description: Tibetan Bon Tradition in Belarus. It is non-profit cultural project of Shen Chen Ling Centre in Minsk founded by Master Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche. Website has devoted to the Bonpo are native spiritual tradition of Tibet, to the following of this tradition from other world's parts, to the Children's Home for children of tibetan Bonpo refugeis in Dolanji (North India). To Right Worthy Lha-Tri Khenpo Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche it devotes…




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