Dialogue  October-December, 2012, Volume 14 No. 2


      Editorial Perspective
         Tibetan Tragedy
1.   North-East Scan
         Our diabolic mix of sleaze - D. N. Bezboruah
         NSAB gets first hand account of NE problems - Patricia Mukhim
Naga dream : so near but still very far - Pradip Phanjoubam
2.   The Tibetan State and Buddhist Culture (State, sancta and security)  - Lokesh Chandra
3.   A new Tibet Policy - Claud Arpi
4.   India, China and the Loss of the Himalayas - B.B. Kumar
5.   The Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism - Tashi Tsering
6.   14th Century Emergence of Gelug Tradition and its Significance in Revival of Buddhism in Tibetan Tradition - Kalsang

7.   Buddhist Meditation Practices - Wangchuk Dorjee Negi
8.   Arya Nagarjuna’s View of Ultimate Reality : The Final Panacea to All Our Miseries - Geshe Dorji Damdul
9.   Facets of Tibetan Language - Tashi Tsering
10. Tibetan Buddhist Literature : A preview of Sanskrit texts translation in Tibet - Lobsang Norbu-Shastri
11. Tibetan Buddhist Art: A preview on Paintings - Lobsang Norbu Shastri
12. The Syncretic Cultural Legacy of the Western Himalayas - Hira Paul Gangnegi
13. Tibetan Women: Past and Present - Madhu Rajput
14. A Journey to Monasteries of Lhasa - Sunita Dwivedi
15. Continuity and Change in Agricultural Practices in Manipur : Changing face of Khutlang - Wahengbam Sushma Devi

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