4th Sept. 2021, New Delhi: India Tibet Coordination Office (ITCO) based in New Delhi is delighted to announce the launch of its newly revamped Hindi website i.e. www.indiatibet.net
The redesigned website has been significantly improved in terms of features, specifications and accessibility. It has been designed with more elaborateness and specifics that shall be phenomenal in reaching out to more target groups. It will provide easy access to information and news in Hindi related to Tibet, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Central Tibetan Administration and Tibet Support Groups in India. It will also update on the activities and programs carried out by the Indian Tibet Support Groups from time to time.
The redesigned website offers enhanced responsiveness with prompt display and increased accessibility. It is visually appealing and clear visibility of the texts plus social media link icons such as Facebook and WhatsApp are included for sharing purposes and print option is also there. The soft copies of ITCO’s monthly Hindi magazine “Tibbat Desh” and other publications are available in the website for the readers. The updated website has improved user interface and downloadable publications.
The redesigned website contains Tibet TV’s weekly Hindi news “Tibbat Iss Saptah” for the reach of broader viewers. The website also includes the virtual tour of the Central Tibetan Administration.
The website can be directly access through the official websites of the Central Tibetan Administration i.e. Tibetan (www.bod.asia), English (www.tibet.net) and Chinese (www.xizang-zhiye.org) by clicking the Hindi option in the language menu at the top right corner of respective websites.
India Tibet Coordination Office would like to thank and appreciate the help and support of Tibetan Computer Resource Center (TCRC) of DIIR, CTA led by Director Mr. Namgyal Lhekshey and Web Developer Ms. Rinzin Wangmo in making the website possible.
For more information, kindly visit India Tibet Coordination Office’s website at https://www.indiatibet.net/
-Filed by ITCO, New Delhi