Aid to Bön children

1- “Bon Foundation”. Menri - The Menri Bön Children in Dolanji, India.

2- “Bön Children’s Home”. Children of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

3- “NYATRI Fundacja”. Aid to the Bön children. It is the Polish project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples (in Polish).

4- “Bön Children’s Home”. It is Austrian project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples.

5- “The Bön Shen Foundation”. It is American project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples, it`s a non-profit corporation, formed in 1996. Their mission is to help preserve the Bön culture by supporting its children and the community they live in.

6- Bön Future Fund Inc.”. Investing in the higher education of Bön children.

Bön in America

1- “Za Mongyal YungDrung Ling”. The Tibetan Bön Buddhist Centre in Canada founded by 7th Kundol Namkha Thinley Wangyal Rinpoche.

2- “Sherab Chamma Ling”. The Tibetan Bön Buddhist Centre in Canada founded by Geshe Yong Dong.

3- “American disciples of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche in Los Angeles.

4- “Bön Shen Ling”. Bon Shen Ling is a non-profit organization borned by Tog Den Won Po Chongtul Rinpoche in US, Pennsylvania.

5- “Ligmincha Institute”. Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche and his international Bön institute.

6- “Houston Ligmincha Institute”. Ligmincha of Texas.

7- “Chamma Ling Retreat Center”. It has been established and is in the early stages of development in the mountains near Crestone, Colorado, to support personal meditation retreats.

8- “Garuda — Asociacion Cultural Tibetana, A.C.” Tibetan Bön Tradition in Mexico (in Spanish).

Bön in Europe

1-“Yungdrung Bön”. It is French project. Lopön Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche and Triten Norbutse Monastery.

2-“TYBSC”. Lama Khemsar Rinpoche and his Tibetan Yungdrung Bön Study Centre (TYBSC) in United Kingdom.

3-“Tibetan Bön Tradition in Russia”. It is the oldest of Russian-speaking Bönpo sources (in Russian).

4-“Bön Children”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Belarus and Ukraine. It is non-profit cultural project of Shen Chen Ling in Minsk, Bön Gyi Drup De in Donetsk, Bön Shen Drup De in Kharkov founded by Master Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

5-“Shen Chen Ling”. It is webpage of Minsk Centre founded by Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

6-“Bön Gyi Drup De”. It is webpage of Donetsk Centre founded by Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

7-“Bön Shen Drup De”. It is webpage of Kharkov Centre founded by Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.

8-“Gyer.Ru”. It is website of Moscow Study Centre of the Yung Drung Bön religion.

9-“Yung Drung Bön Centre”. It is website of Moscow Centre opened by H.H. Lungtok Tenpa`i Nyima Rinpoche`s blessing.

10-“Jungdrung Bon”. It is the Polish project of Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche`s disciples (in Polish).

11-“Sklep Bon Garuda”. In Polish.

12-“Polska Garuda”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Poland.

13-“Tendzin Dardze Ling”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Lithuania (in Lithuanian).

14-“Garuda Bön Association Frankfurt/Main”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Germany.

15- “Garuda Switzerland”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Switzerland

16-“Bön Garuda Ireland”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Ireland.

17-“Bön Garuda Foundation Holland”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Holland (in Dutch).

18-“Bönpo.Dk”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Denmark (in Dutch).

19-“Yungdrung Bön Italia”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Italy (in Italian).

20-“Bön Italy”. Tibetan Bön Tradition in Italy (in Italian).

Bön in Asia

1-“The Bön Foundation”. It was founded in 1989 to assist Bönpo refugees who have settled in India and to help preserve the ancient traditions of Bön.

2-“Dzogchen Wödsel Ling”. Center for Bön spiritual tradition founded under spiritual direction of H.E. Menri Pönlob Trinley Nyima Rinpoche.

3-“Zhang Zhung Bön”. Geshe Murig Nyima Künchap Rinpoche, Nepal Bön Religion Association (NBRA), Nepal and Dölpo Bön Society (DBS).

4-“Nepal Bön Religion Associacion”. It is trying to deliver spiritual education to the people of the country, which help to keep peace and taking them to build a road of peace.

5-“Dölpo Bön Society”. Ensure that the Bön as a religions and culture revives and continues to flourish in the changing times by fulfilling the needs of the people of Dölpo, Nepal.

6-“Friends of Dölpa”. It serves as a liaison between Dölpa communities and their supporters in Nepal and other countries.

7-“Tapriza Projects”. Tapriza Verein Schwitzerland cares for the people of the Dölpo region in Nepal.

Bönpo art

1-“Bön Art”. Part of Himalayan Art collection (see below).

2-“Bön Tibetan culture”. Here are photos and video from Menri Monastery.

Bönpo links

1-“Bönpo Lamas Directory”. Part of TibetanLama.Com (see below).

2-“Bönpo”. Here is English-speaking mail-list (Yahoo-group) for communication between Western students and scholars of Tibetan Bön and Dzogchen.

3-“Bön-Encyclopedia”. It is wiki-based project.

4-“Ligmincha Store”. Bönpo`s online shop: Search by Practice, Search by Category.

5-“Books on Bön”

6-“Tibetan Bön Link’s Collection 1”

7-“Tibetan Bön Link’s Collection 2”

Tibet and Himalaya

1-“The Canada Tibet Committee” is an independent non-governmental organisation of Tibetans and non-Tibetans living in Canada, who are concerned about the continuing human rights violations and lack of democratic freedom in Tibet.

2-“Students For a Free Tibet Canada”

3-“Students for a Free Tibet Organisation” Students for a Free Tibet (SFT) works in solidarity with the Tibetan people in their struggle for freedom and independence.

4-“Tibetan Government in Exile” & “The Official Web Site of the Tibetan Administration”

5-“TibetanLama.Com”. It is the Tibetan Lamas Directory. Nyingma, Kagyu, Sakya, Gelug, Bön, Jonang.

6-“Voice of Tibet”. Internet radio.

7-“Tibet Online Web TV”. It is a project of the Central Tibetan Administration.

8-“Save Tibet!”. International Campaign for Tibet.

9-“Tibet Search”. Tibetan portal.

10-“En.Tibet.Cn”. It is the China Tibet Information Center: official Chinese site.

11-“Himalayan Art”. Bhutanese, Nepalese, Bön, Gandharan and Tibetan Buddhist Art, Sculpture & Artifacts.

12-“The Tibetan Photo Project”. Images of Tibet.

13-“Tibet on Film”:
1921 – 1984
1985 – 2005.

Tibetan language

1-“The Tibetan Language Student”. Learn Tibetan.
2-“Tibetan Language Institute”. Montana, USA.
3-“Tibetan Fonts Resource”. Fonts, tools, software, services.