The first of five films tracing an Indian expedition along the Silk Road from Central Asia to Tibet.
A non-verbal film filmed at many locations around the world, including many iconic sites in south and south-east Asia.
A short film looking at the Great Stupa and it’s magnificent artworks, originally built at Amaravati in Andhra Pradesh.
A journey of discovery through Buddhism via its art works.
A film about the history of Buddhism from its beginnings to the present day made by the History Channel in the late 1990s.
Two explorers return to the Himalayan Kingdom of Zanskar after thirty years, and on the verge of the Kingdom being joined to India by a new road.
An overview of the development of Indian history from ancient to pre-modern times.
A film following the plight of Tibetan refugee children as they struggle to leave their oppressive society and relocate to India.
The story of two young women growing up in Zanskar who come to the age where they will leave their families: one to get married, the other to become a nun.