The international recognition of the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet in the decades following the 1959 invasion of Tibet by China has brought a greater awareness of the practices and beliefs of Tibetan Buddhism. Since the exile of the Tibetan community after the invasion of Lhasa, the Tibetan Government-in-exile keeps the culture and religious practices of Tibetan Buddhism alive in Dharamsala, India. I was able to visit Dharamsala on a visit to India in 2006, and was very fortunate to attend a seminar about the “Thirty-Seven Practices of a Bodhisattva” taught by the Dalai Lama himself at the Tsuglagkhang Temple (definitely a highlight of the entire six weeks I spent in India). Another highlight was visiting the Norbulingka, a center in Dharamsala which is dedicated to keeping traditional Tibetan culture and values alive. This photo gallery includes photos related to Tibetan Buddhism in my library, with more to be added in the coming months.