Friends of Tibet Foundation

Friends of Tibet Foundation, a Charitable Trust (Regn No: 126/IV/2021) is the philanthropic wing of Friends of Tibet, a non-profit organisation founded in 1999. The primary objective of the Foundation is to support the conservation and promotion of Tibet's tangible and intangible heritage including healing traditions. Friends of Tibet Foundation is also engaged in conducting research on the unique heritage, legacy and history of Tibet and publishing varied research papers with the collaboration of scholars, academicians, scientists, holistic health educationists and sociologists.






The primary objective of Friends of Tibet [Research] is to conduct and publish research on the unique heritage, legacy and history of Tibet, before and after Chinese occupation. Our research also focuses on Tibet's traditions, ecology, art, literature, medical, spiritual and other contributions to the World as a whole. Friends of Tibet [Research] co-ordinates, executes and produces varied researches with the collaboration of scholars, academicians, scientists, sociologists and holistic health educationists.




Download A Brief History of Sowa Rigpa (Tibetan Medical System) & Men-Tsee-Khang (Malayalam)

The Wellbeing programme is a philanthropic initiative of Friends of Tibet Foundation, begun from Mumbai in 1999 in association with Men-Tsee-Khang, the Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute of HH the Dalai Lama. This collaborative project continues to serve masses by conducting regular medical camps in Mumbai and Kerala for the past two decades. Men-Tsee-Khang, the charitable, cultural and educational institution of HH the Dalai Lama bring the healing traditions of Tibet, known world over as 'Sowa Rigpa' (Science of Healing) is a synthesis of centuries old Asian medical disciplines including holistic Ayurveda. Integratedly trained Tibetan doctors offer their service to all Wellbeing seekers at the Tibet Heritage Foundation, Alappuzha, Kerala.


To schedule an appointment with a Tibetan doctor for a Pulse Diagnosis, Call/WhatsApp/SMS your requirements to Men-Tsee-Khang (Kerala) at: +91.7356941910 or email: kerala@men-tsee-khang.org

Visitor Policy & Guidelines During Covid-19
1) Come to Men-Tsee-Khang clinic at the time of your appointment only. If you arrive early or without an appointment, you may be asked to wait in your own vehicle or some other suggested site to help maintain social distancing. Come to the clinic on your own, unless you need someone to assist you with translation. A parent or guardian can accompany a child to appointment. This is to reduce the number of people you come into contact with.

2) We expect everyone to wear a medical grade mask (N95 or Surgical Mask) when you visit Tibet Heritage Foundation. If you do not have one, get a N95 facemask kit from  the reception provided free of cost by The Mask Lab. Wash/scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds before entering the clinic.

Wearing a face mask, social distancing and frequent hand-washing are ancient methods to protect ourselves from viral pathogens causing emerging zoonotic infections. Be well, be healthy!

Friends of Tibet Foundation

फ्रेंड्स ऑफ तिब्बत फाउंडेशन, सिल्विअन्डेर हाउस, चेट्टिकाड बीच रोड, पतिराप्पल्ली पिओ, आलप्पुझा ६८८५२१, केरल, भारत | 
Friends of Tibet Foundation, Sylviander House, Chettikad Beach Road, Alappuzha 688521, Kerala, India.

Address for Correspondence: Friends of Tibet, PO Box 16674, Mumbai 400050
Tel: +91.9400354354 +91.9061354354 Email: foundation@friendsoftibet.org

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