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Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing

The Wellbeing Programme is a philanthropic initiative by Friends of Tibet, a non-profit organisation founded in 1999 to support the cause of Tibet and to create awareness about the issue of Tibet amongst people all over the world. This initiative researched, designed and implemented by Friends of Tibet aims at the restoration, propagation and promotion of the endangered traditions and practices of Tibet.

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On the auspicious occasion of the 82nd birthday of Tibetan spiritual leader, HH the XIV Dalai Lama on July 6, 2017, celebrated worldwide as World Tibet Day, Tushar Gandhi, Great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi launched Friends of Tibet's 'Vision Wellbeing', is a 18-minute long film by C-Wing, a Mumbai-based design firm in solidarity with Tibet and Tibetan people. The film was produced using selected images from various activities of Friends of Tibet and the philanthropic work carried out by Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing since 1999 capturing 18 years of the organisation's activities in 18 minutes.

Honorable Governor of West Bengal and former National Security Advisor HE Shri MK Narayanan presents <B>'Award for Excellence in Social Service' to 'Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing'</B> for its 'outstanding and tireless efforts in addressing and raising awareness about social issues and causes'. Shri Eswar Anandan (Left), Campaigner, Friends of Tibet  received the award on the behalf of the organisation at a function organised by Daya Charitable Trust on March 15, 2014. Justice Shri Chettur Sankaran Nair and Shri P Sanjumon, Chairman, Daya Charitable Trust (DCT) are also seen. (Photo: DCT)

Honorable Governor of West Bengal and former National Security Advisor HE Shri MK Narayanan presents 'Award for Excellence in Social Service' to 'Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing' for its "outstanding and tireless efforts in addressing and raising awareness about social issues and causes". Shri Eswar Anandan (Left), Campaigner, Friends of Tibet received the award on the behalf of the organisation at a function organised by Daya Charitable Trust on March 15, 2014. Justice Shri Chettur Sankaran Nair and Shri P Sanjumon, Chairman, Daya Charitable Trust (DCT) are also seen. (Photo: DCT)

20 close associates of Friends of Tibet gathered at the CSPA, Alappuzha on February 11, 2015 and lighted 20 traditional Tibetan butter lamps which also marked the beginning of CSPA activities at Sylviander Land. 20 People who lighed butter lamps are: 1) Dr Shri Dorjee Rapten Neshar, Chief Medical Officer, Men-Tsee-Khang, Bangalore; 2) Shri Tenzin Tsundue, Tibetan Poet-Activist 3) Shri CJ Yesudasan, Political Cartoonist 4) Fr Shri Nelson 5) Fr Shri Rimson 6) Shri Ravi Palathinkal, Gandhian Activist; 7) Shri Viswambaran; 8) Shri Francis Kodankandath, Artist and Customs Official; 9) Shri Mathewkutty J Mattom, designer and photographer; 10) Dr Madhavachandran V, Director, Nagarjuna Ayurveda; 11) Shri TS Anandan; 12) Shri L Manjunath of Bhima Group 13) Shri Kailashnath of Bhima Group 14) Shri Rajan Menon, Retired Scientist, BARC; 15) Smt Victoria Sheldon, Friends of Tibet Volunteer from Canada; 16) Smt Sylvie Bantle, Co-founder, Centre for Social & Political Art (CSPA); 17) Shri Alexander Devasia, Co-founder, Centre for Social & Political Art (CSPA); 18) Shri Suku Dass, Friends of Tibet Campaigner 19) Shri Yeldtho Mathew, Friends of Tibet Campaigner 20) CA Kallianpur, National Coordinator, Friends of Tibet.

20 Lamps for Centre for Social & Political Art (CSPA): 20 close associates of Friends of Tibet gathered at the CSPA, Alappuzha on February 11, 2015 and lighted 20 traditional Tibetan butter lamps which also marked the beginning of CSPA activities at Sylviander Land. 20 People who lighed butter lamps are: 1) Dr Shri Dorjee Rapten Neshar, Chief Medical Officer, Men-Tsee-Khang, Bangalore; 2) Shri Tenzin Tsundue, Tibetan Poet-Activist 3) Shri CJ Yesudasan, Political Cartoonist 4) Fr Shri Nelson 5) Fr Shri Rimson 6) Shri Ravi Palathinkal, Gandhian Activist; 7) Shri Viswambaran; 8) Shri Francis Kodankandath, Artist and Customs Official; 9) Shri Mathewkutty J Mattom, designer and photographer; 10) Dr Madhavachandran V, Director, Nagarjuna Ayurveda; 11) Shri TS Anandan; 12) Shri L Manjunath of Bhima Group 13) Shri Kailashnath of Bhima Group 14) Shri Rajan Menon, Retired Scientist, BARC; 15) Smt Victoria Sheldon, Friends of Tibet Volunteer from Canada; 16) Smt Sylvie Bantle, Co-founder, Centre for Social & Political Art (CSPA); 17) Shri Alexander Devasia, Co-founder, Centre for Social & Political Art (CSPA); 18) Shri Suku Dass, Friends of Tibet Campaigner 19) Shri Yeldtho Mathew, Friends of Tibet Campaigner 20) CA Kallianpur, National Coordinator, Friends of Tibet.

Screenshot of Wellbeing Mobile App developed by ThoughtShastra Solutions, Mumbai'.

November 25, 2013: His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama of Tibet addressing a gathering of 'Friends of Tibet' Members and 'Wellbeing' Beneficiaries at the Holiday Inn in the southern city of Kochi in Kerala on November 25, 2012. His Holiness spoke about 'The Art of Happiness' at this event organised by the 'Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing'. (Photo: Ramesh Kumar PS)

His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama of Tibet addressing a gathering of 'Friends of Tibet' Members and 'Wellbeing' Beneficiaries at the Holiday Inn in the southern city of Kochi in Kerala on November 25, 2012. His Holiness spoke about "The Art of Happiness" at this event organised by the 'Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing'. (Photo: Ramesh Kumar PS)

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Friends of Tibet Foundation for the Wellbeing, PO Box 16674, Mumbai 400050, India.
Tel: +91.9400354354, +91.9061354354 Fax: +91.11.47615142
Email: wellbeing@friendsoftibet.org Web: www.friendsoftibet.org/wellbeing/

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