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Good morning to all and Tashi Delek

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Welcome to Barkhor. 100% of the proceeds benefit our seniors and non-profit partners. Shop for a cause
Now available at Barkhor..We have all kinds of handmade Items for Losar All the way from Tibet! Grab your Ladies Bag, woolen Pashmina Shawl, woolen Pangden,Boy Shema Chupa, before it runs out. everything in Barkhor Store. Please visit us at 40-23, 76th St. Elmhurst, NY 11373
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Welcome to Barkhor. 100% of the proceeds benefit our seniors and non-profit partners. Shop for a cause
Now available at Barkhor..We have all kinds of handmade Items for Losar All the way from Tibet! Grab your Ladies Bag, woolen Pashmina Shawl, woolen Pangden,Boy Shema Chupa, before it runs out. everything in Barkhor Store. Please visit us at 40-23, 76th St. Elmhurst, NY 11373

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I really like the sumpa (Tibetan shoes) can you tell me what the price is?

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Welcome to Barkhor. 100% of the proceeds benefit our seniors and non-profit partners. Shop for a cause
Now available at Barkhor..We have all kinds of handmade Items for Losar ( Torma Shasay,Mentok,Dhopoe,Jha Bhojha,Jha Ril,Tsampa,Loungo,Lhophue,Lunkta) everything in Barkhor Store. Please visit us at 40-23, 76th St. Elmhurst, NY 11373
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ཕྱི་ལོ་༢༠༡༩ ལོ་གསར་པའི་དགའ་་སྟོན་ལ་གུས་པས་སྙིང་ཐག་པ་ནས་བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས་དང་ལྷན་རྒྱས་ཚང་མར་ནད་མེད་ཚེ་རིང་བདེ་སྐྱིད་ལེགས་ཚོགས་གོང་ནས་གོང་དུ་འཕེལ་བའི་སྨོན་འདུན་ཞུ།
01/01/2019
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ཕྱི་ལོ་༢༠༡༩ ལོ་གསར་པའི་དགའ་་སྟོན་ལ་གུས་པས་སྙིང་ཐག་པ་ནས་བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས་དང་ལྷན་རྒྱས་ཚང་མར་ནད་མེད་ཚེ་རིང་བདེ་སྐྱིད་ལེགས་ཚོགས་གོང་ནས་གོང་དུ་འཕེལ་བའི་སྨོན་འདུན་ཞུ། 
01/01/2019

1 month ago

Many thanks Eric Mendlow for dedicating your birthday to us and raising funds for our seniors. We love to have you at the Elders Project and hope to see you soon! Thank you again🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

This is from our Tibetan class test today. Each student were asked to read one verse from the Text called “37 Practices of Boddhisattvas” (རྒྱལ་སྲས་ལག་ལེན་སོ་བདུན།) that they have been learning. They were also asked to explain what they have read. Great to see their progress with reading & building confidence in speaking up in the class. They not only presented well but we have also witnessed some progress like in the way how students learn in a formal educational setting. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is from our Tibetan class test today. Each student were asked to read one verse from the Text called “37 Practices of Boddhisattvas” (རྒྱལ་སྲས་ལག་ལེན་སོ་བདུན།) that they have been learning. They were also asked to explain what they have read. Great to see their progress with reading & building confidence in speaking up in the class. They not only presented well but we have also witnessed some progress like in the way how students learn in a formal educational setting. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is from our Tibetan class test today. Each student were asked to read one verse from the Text called “37 Practices of Boddhisattvas” (རྒྱལ་སྲས་ལག་ལེན་སོ་བདུན།) that they have been learning. They were also asked to explain what they have read. Great to see their progress with reading & building confidence in speaking up in the class. They not only presented well but we have also witnessed some progress like in the way how students learn in a formal educational setting. ... See MoreSee Less

This is from our Tibetan class test today. Each student were asked to read one verse from the Text called “37 Practices of Boddhisattvas” (རྒྱལ་སྲས་ལག་ལེན་སོ་བདུན།) that they have been learning. They were also asked to explain what they have read. Great to see their progress with reading & building confidence in speaking up in the class. They not only presented well but we have also witnessed some progress like in the way how students learn in a formal educational setting.

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Such wonderful soft faces...and gentle true spirits!

Great! Learning never stops. Best wishes to ALL 💐👏👏👏

1 month ago

New issue of Barkhor Community Newsletter is out! Lots of stuffs including suggestion for things to buy if you’re traveling to India and Nepal. ... See MoreSee Less

New issue of Barkhor Community Newsletter is out! Lots of stuffs including suggestion for things to buy if you’re traveling to India and Nepal.

1 month ago

Today we had Mala making competition for our seniors. A great activity for seniors, several benefits and fun in general. Thanks to our activity director Karma Drukya for coming up with genius ideas 💡 ... See MoreSee Less

Today we had Mala making competition for our seniors. A great activity for seniors, several benefits and fun in general. Thanks to our activity director Karma Drukya for coming up with genius ideas 💡

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Really creative job for our senior citizens.

Happy faces later makes every one happy

I love to see them face with lovely smiles ❤️❤️❤️

1 month ago

29th Anniversary of the Nobel Peace Prize to H.H.The Dalai lama with Himalayan Elders Project 12/10/18 ... See MoreSee Less

29th Anniversary of the Nobel Peace Prize to H.H.The Dalai lama with Himalayan Elders Project 12/10/18

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Learn Piwang (Tibetan Fiddle) from Master musician Tenzin Norbu! Please book early, seats are limited, call (718) 726-2434

About the course: You will learn the basics of Piwang, the traditional Tibetan music instrument.

About the instructor: Tenzin Norbu (Tenor) is a master musician specializing in the traditional Piwang, a two stringed Tibetan bowed music instrument. Tenor is a former member of the prestigious Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts. Tenor has performed and taught extensively around the world and is one of the most respected Tibetan musicians in Exile.

Prerequisite: It is highly recommended that you bring your own Piwang (borrow from a Tibetan family) because there will be a lot of practice involved. If you don't have it, we can provide you a Piwang for use during the session (subject to availability, call to confirm). You can also rent Piwang from Barkhor to take home (also subject to availability).

Fees: The eight session (twice a week for a month) package course will be $180. If you just wish to take individual sessions then it will be $30 per session.

Proceeds benefit the Himalayan Elders Project, a non-profit based in New York that takes care of seniors from the Himalayan Region living in NY area.

How to register: To register call (718) 726-2434 and deposit fees at Barkhor shop (40-23 76th St, Elmhurst, NY 11373).

Classes start as soon as we book the minimum seats. Seats are limited. Friday and Saturday evening 6-7pm.
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Learn Piwang (Tibetan Fiddle) from Master musician Tenzin Norbu! Please book early, seats are limited, call (718) 726-2434

About the course: You will learn the basics of Piwang, the traditional Tibetan music instrument. 

About the instructor: Tenzin Norbu (Tenor) is a master musician specializing in the traditional Piwang, a two stringed Tibetan bowed music instrument. Tenor is a former member of the prestigious Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts. Tenor has performed and taught extensively around the world and is one of the most respected Tibetan musicians in Exile.

Prerequisite: It is highly recommended that you bring your own Piwang (borrow from a Tibetan family) because there will be a lot of practice involved. If you dont have it, we can provide you a Piwang for use during the session (subject to availability, call to confirm). You can also rent Piwang from Barkhor to take home (also subject to availability).

Fees: The eight session (twice a week for a month) package course will be $180. If you just wish to take individual sessions then it will be $30 per session.

Proceeds benefit the Himalayan Elders Project, a non-profit based in New York that takes care of seniors from the Himalayan Region living in NY area.

How to register: To register call (718) 726-2434 and deposit fees at Barkhor shop (40-23 76th St, Elmhurst, NY 11373).

Classes start as soon as we book the minimum seats. Seats are limited. Friday and Saturday evening 6-7pm.

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Great ! Tenor la is the best musician from Tipa👍 thank you Himalayan elders project for giving this wonderful opportunity to learn our tibetan traditional instruments 🙏

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