Accessibility links

Breaking News

Dharamsala Marks International Mother Language Day

Dharamsala marks International Mother language day
please wait

No media source currently available

0:00 0:07:37 0:00
Direct link

The Tibetan Language Preservation Association based in Dharamsala, North India organized a panel discussion on preservation of Tibetan language to mark the international Mother language day on February 21, 2014.

The panel discussion held at Conference hall of Kirti Trust was attended by scores of Tibetan youth.

Dogru Chodar, President of the Tibetan Language Preservation Association spoke on the importance of marking this day specially when Tibetan language is facing danger of extinction.

Participants shared their views on the present situation of Tibetan language inside and outside Tibet, and how best it can be preserved.

The Tibetan Language Preservation Association was formed in 2005 by some young volunteers, and they have been promoting Tibetan language through hosting debates and publishing bi-monthly newspaper.