Bon is acknowledged by H.H. the Dalai Lama as one of the five spiritual traditions of Tibet. Its origins date back before the advent of Buddhism in Tibet.

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Bon Children: Tibetan Bon tradition in Belarus
A non-profit cultural project of Shen Chen Ling Centre in Minsk founded by Master Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche.
The Bon Foundation
Formed in 1989 to preserve Bon traditions, and to assist Bonpo refugees in India. Includes information about the origin of Bon, current foundation projects, and associated monastery, monastic center, and children's home.
The Bonpo Traditions of Dzogchen
An article by John Reynolds giving the history and development of Bon.
Frontline: Dreams of Tibet - Bon
Introduction to Tibetan religious traditions focusing on Bon.
Himalayan Art: Bon Collection
Collection of thangkas and sculptures of the major figures, symbols, and deities of Bon. Each tangka or statue can be viewed in fine detail using a zoom capability.
Introduction To Yungdrung Bon
Sutra, Tantra and Dzogchen meditations taught by Lama Khyimsar Rinpoche. Contact information for related centers.
Ligmincha Institute
Historical information on the Bon tradition; teaching, retreat and event schedules; biographies of leading Lamas of the tradition; and educational resources.

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