Tibetan refugee community school thanks Rigul Trust funding

Letter of thanks to Rigul Trust for support of Ling Gesar School, Dehra Dun, India, a Tibetan refugee settlement.

Rigul Trust has sponsored the building of two new classrooms and funded all seven teacher’s salary.

Dear Margaret la,

Thank you very much for the prompt reply, yes the school function and the celebration was great and the shows and the programmes put up by the school kids were spot on, everyone enjoyed the programmes. The programme went up to 4 pm in the evening, the morning session was school sports and the afternoon was cultural show.  I am sending the photos of the events at the school.

We would like to thank the Rigul Trust for the generous support the centre have been doing for such a long time and we also look forward to your precious help in future also, the school has been doing very well, by the grace of your generous help and support. The teachers and the staff of the settlement send their regards to Rigul Trust.

We highly thank Rigul Trust for the new two class room building and the teacher’s salary. It is the support of Rigul Trust that the school is running well and smoothly. Our prayers and good wishes are always with you all for the support….

Enjoy the photos.


Kunzang Dorjee

Here is the blogspot for Ling Gesar School where you can see more photos of the school and staff and children: http://www.lingtsang.blogspot.com/

The children performed songs and dances from Tibet in their beautiful traditional costumes as part of the school festivities.

The provision of a good education is vital to escape the trap of poverty everywhere in India, but it is of very special importance that these Tibetan children have the opportunity to study the language, religion and customs of their native country in exile, something denied them in their homeland, but essential to a thriving refugee community, benefitting both themselves and also the wider Indian community also.


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