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Timeless Truths is a free online library with resources including books, midi, sheet music, and more. It is dedicated to the edification of those who love God, and to seriously address the questions and concerns of those who wish to inquire about the…

Friends of Tibet (INDIA), is a Tibet Support Group (TSG) formed in Dharamsala on March 9, 1999 with members from all over the world with an intention of informing people the unique cultural and religious identity of the Tibetan people and for working…

The SriPedia initiative attempts to provide universal access in a self-study environment to the numerous texts and related commentaries, explanations etc. that comprise the body of Vedic knowledge.

Somewhere in Morocco. Between African Shamanism and Islam. Between primitive traditions and modernity. At the crossroads of Globalism. You will find the Gnawa.Mystical Musician Healers from Morocco.From marginalized subculture to "official"…

The Multi-Education Centre is a non-profit educational centre to provide support for newly-arrived Tibetan refugees in Dharamsala, India.

This web is a collection of information on Buddhism picked up through random reading. The focus is on Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism, Gelukpa sect. Some information on Hinduism is also included, with the thought that Hinduism is the background of…

Carolina Crusade is UNC's branch of Campus Crusade for Christ, "aninter-denominational Christian fellowship devoted to helping students aroundthe world come into a personal relationship with Christ."

CyberSufis is an attempt to offer a small digital multimedia fragrance of the many roses that open up when one walks down the path of Sufism.

Sockpa Kangtsen is a hostel for monks at Gaden Monastic University which has been restablished in South India. The Kangtsen is part of Shartse College one of the two colleges at Gaden. At present there are over 120 monks at Sockpa Kangtsen. Almost…

by Mohammed (Muhamad), Rodwell, J. M., TranslatorFrom the Introduction: 'As a book it was published after the prophet's death. In Muhammed's life-time there were only disjointed notes, speeches, and the retentive memories of those who listened to…