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    Havelock Villa,
    119/B, Gandhi Road,
    Darjeeling. West Bengal, INDIA - 734101

    Workshop
    Hillside
    27, West Lebong Cart Road
    Darjeeling. West Bengal, INDIA - 734101
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The Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Centre was started on October 2, 1959. Following the dramatic escape of His Holiness the Dalai Lama during that period of mayhem, thousands of our fellow countrymen, leaving hearth and home, fled into neighboring countries so they could live as free human beings.

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wikipedia.org
  • 4 years ago

Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tibetan Refugee Self Help Centre in Darjeeling, India is a rehabilitation Centre for the Tibetan refugees in the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region. It was established in 1 October 1959, after they followed Dalai Lama and escaped from Tibet. The production of Tibetan handicraft is the centre's main activity.
tripadvisor.com
  • 2 years ago
  • 38 reviews

Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center Reviews - Darjeeling, West Bengal Attractions - TripAdvisor

Book your tickets online for Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center, Darjeeling: See 38 reviews, articles, and 45 photos of Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 8 attractions in Darjeeling.

Anythinglily: Darjeeling Part 6: Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Centre

The Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Center was established in 1959 to provide an emergency relief to Tibetan refugees who had come through a hazardous trek ...
thewanderblogger.com
  • 6 years ago

Visiting The Tibetan Refugee Center In Darjeeling, India - The Wanderblogger

Our second day in Darjeeling was spent visiting the Tibetan Refugee Center in West Bengal, India and meeting the people living and working there.

Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center, Darjeeling | Commercial and Editorial Photography

A somewhat sad anniversary of sorts passed by recently with the 50th year of the Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center being marked, ironically, on October 1st. In 1959, months after the 14th Dalai Lama fled Tibet for what has become a life in exile, the Refugee Self Help Center was started. At the time, thousands of Tibetans had followed the Dalai Lama into exile, seeking the ability to live lives as free human beings, something that wasn’t possible in Chinese controlled Tibet.