Tashi is passionate about Himalayan civilization – his aim in life is to share Indo-Tibetan culture and its rich philosophy of living with the world.
He descends from a family of Tibetan nomads who lived in the shadow of sacred Mount Kailash. His parents moved to India in 1962 to live on the high plateaux of Ladakh, at an elevation of over 4,500 meters. Growing up in the vast Himalayas and coming from a long line of shamans and amchis, doctors of Tibetan medicine, Tashi has had an affinity for spiritual matters from an early age. When he was 20 years old, he left Ladakh for the first time to study history at the University of Delhi. With a degree, a growing interest in Buddhist thought, and a mastery of five languages, Tashi became an interpreter for Tibetan masters and yogis, traveling with them as a young man across Europe and the USA.
His heart lives in India, where he has worked as an assistant and coordinator for various documentaries and research projects about Himalayan traditions and spirituality. He also became a guide, facilitating the exploration of Himalayan wisdom for Western travellers.
Moreover, Tashi has a great knowledge of shamanism which has been passed down to him from his ancestors. He is an exceptional guide who will offer you a unique perspective of the wisdoms of India and the Himalayan mysteries. Through personal sharing and exchange, he will adapt his knowledge to your unique personal questions or challenges, making this journey a life changing experience for you.