Dharmashala Public Library
Dharmashala Public library lies near the Pashupatinath Temple at Kathmandu. The Pashupatinath Temple is one of the greatest shrines in the world. Pashupatinath temple is the temple of ultimate, and has very deep philosophical significance. The Dharmashala Public Library (DPL) is near this temple and it mostly contain philosophical, theological, dharmik and religious texts. It is also actively involved in the digitization of old texts. There is huge collection of transcripts of the experiences shared by the elderly people. We regularly conducts Sanskrit and Tibetan language classes at our premise. The class is conducted with the volunteering efforts of the respective language teachers. The main aim of teaching these language is to motivate new generation to get golden knowledge from the huge array of ancient texts. The ancient text features the time tested philosophical and experimental knowledge gained by the saints over thousands of years.
It also conducts theological assembly every Saturday afternoon. In this assembly, anyone can participate and share their views on any of the theological, philosophical, dharmik and religious matter. Some of the enlightened masters are present who clear the philosophical concepts by explaining philosophies behind every empirical evidences and every questions in very understandable manner.