Tibetan Language Institute

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Tibetan Language Institute
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Affiliation Vajrayāna Buddhism
Administrative staff
David Curtis
United States
Website tibetanlanguage.org

The Tibetan Language Institute is a private, non-profit educational organization located in Hamilton, Montana. Its mission is to present classes, seminars, workshops, and public lectures on Tibetan language [1] , literature, and philosophy for the purpose of preserving Tibetan culture [2] and enriching one's study of the Dharma. [3] The main program of study is a series of classes in the Tibetan language (available via distance learning or through private tutoring in person). [4]


  1. Tibetan alphabet, pronunciation and language
  2. "Tibetan Language Institute | Tibetan Language Institute Hamilton Montana | Non Profit Organization". Archived from the original on 2011-07-27. Retrieved 2011-01-11.
  3. Organization: Tibetan Language Institute
  4. Tibetan Language Institutes

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