तामाङलाई रगतको आवश्यकता परे
बुद्ध धर्मवारे जानकारी बढाऔ
तामाङ भाषा सिकौं
तामाङ भाषाका कथा कविता लेखहरू
तामाङ भाषाका रेडियो कार्यक्रमहरू
तामाङ भाषाका प्रकाशनहरू
तामाङ भाषाका गीतहरू
तामाङ भाषाका चलचित्रहरू
तामाङ भाषाका खबरपत्रिकाहरू
तामाङहरूसँग सम्बन्धित समाचारहरू
तामाङ जनसंख्या कहाँ कति ?
बनेल बर्ष (फाग् ल्हो) र तपाईँ
तामाङ व्यक्तित्वहरूबारे चिनारी
तामाङ व्यक्तित्वहरूसँग अन्तरवार्ता
तामाङहरूसँग ईमेल मित्रता
तामाङ चाडपर्वहरू
तामाङका थरहरू
तामाङहरू को कहाँ ?
वैवाहिक सम्बन्धको लागि
जन्म मिति र लो,खाम
ल्होसार कसरी मनाउने

Nepal Tamang Ghedung,
PO Box 1366,  Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: 00977-1- 243940

Nepal Tamang Ghedung (NTG) is an autonomous and non-profit making Tamang People's national organization. It was reorganized in 1988 and registered with His Majesty's Government of Nepal in 1990. The 51 member national executive committee is the decision making body in between two National Conventions at the national level. NTG has its own branches in 62 districts of Nepal and 500 village level committees all over the country.

Historical Overview

The Tamang is one of the most populated indigenous communities in Nepal. Its population is about 3 million and is densely populated in the central part of the country and sparsely populated all over the country. We have our own distinct Como vision, language, culture, social system and religion different from the mainstream Hindu state. The Tamang people were self-ruled and autonomous until 232 years back.

In the last two hundred years' history, the Tamang are the most discriminated and exploited community in the country due to their proximity to the capital and peoples of different language, culture, religion and governance system from the ruling group. They were neither accepted in the bureaucracy, military, administrative, judicial and political system nor allowed to go to foreign countries for the better employment till 1950. They were put as reserve labor pool for the services of the ruling group. According to the 1856 civil code of Nepal, their status was as Shudra (second lowest rank in the Hindu hierarchical system) which can be killed and enslaved until the new civil code formulated in 1962. The 1954 civil code was racist law based on the Hindu Manusmriti and Varna System.

After the democratic change in 1950, the Tamang Peoples for the first time got organized themselves in 1956 but it was banned in 1960 with the political parties when the late king Mahendra took over the power from the elected government. The people were prohibited from getting organized till the Peoples Movement of 1990 A.D.


Organisational Structure

1. National Convention: an assembly of representatives and observes elected by the district conference at four years interval.

2. National Executive Committee: a central decision making body of 51 members elected from National Convention.

3. Central Secretariat: a working body consisting of Seventeen members responsible for carrying out the day-to-day activities of the organization. There are also Five Permanent Committees:

A. Women Committee
B. Lama Committee
C. Cultural Committee
D. Student Committee
E. Youth Committee

4. Advisory Board: Consists of renowned social activists, scholars and politicians irrespective of political ideologies.

5. District Convention and Committee: an assembly of representatives of village committees of a district and its elected working committee.

6. Primary Committee: an assembly at the bottom of organizational structure on village, town.


1. To preserve, promote the language, scripts, arts, skill, literature, history, religion and culture, and socio-eco-political and civil rights of the Tamang Peoples in Nepal

2. To promote the human rights, women, children and indigenous peoples' rights on the basis of Universal Declaration of Human rights. Bills of Rights and emerging rights in the international arena.

3. To aware about the constitutional and legal system and the customary rights and promote the democratic rights, culture and values in Nepal

4. To contribute in the national and international standard setting processes for the establishment of the rights of indigenous and tribal peoples and marginalized communities who are historically victims of racial, ethnic or national, linguistic, religious and regional discrimination.

5. To develop and promote friendly relation and partnership with other ethnic communities to strengthen the national unity and all round development of the country and to network with the national and international organizations of similar objectives.

Activities and Programmes

1. Activities relating to the preservation, promotion and development of language, scripts, arts, skill, literature, history, religion and culture of the Tamang peoples through research, study, publication, workshop, seminar, cultural display and non-formal education in mother tongue.

2. Awareness raising and educating Human rights education to empower the Tamang indigenous peoples; women, children, youths and students.

3. Activities relating to the institutional and capacity building by organizing training and cultural exchange

4. Activities relating to policy advocacy in eradicating the existing religious, linguistic, cultural, ethnic or national, or caste, sex and geographical discrimination through constitutional and legal changes in the country.

5. Activities relating to application of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Bill of Rights for the protection and promotion of human rights of indigenous peoples, women, children, etc.


Main activities at the national, regional and international level

1. Preservation, promotion and development of language, scripts, arts, skill, literature, history, religion and culture of the Tamang peoples. Elimination of the discriminatory constitutional and legal provisions against indigenous nationalities.

2. Research, education, human rights training and policy advocacy to eradicate the religious, linguistic, ethnic or national, caste, sex and regional discrimination at the national level in the country.

3. Lobby and advocacy works to create a ' National Committee for the upliftment of Nationalities' under the Ministry of Local Development, for being recognized as Indigenous nationalities by the His Majesty's Government of Nepal to form the National committee for the International Year and Decade of the world's Indigenous Peoples, to broadcast news and programme in different languages through Radio Nepal, to have recognition of Tamang New Year as a national festival and to pass the Language bill in the Parliament.

4. Co-ordination of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Sough Asia region for the promotion of indigenous and human rights and friendly relations among Indigenous and tribal peoples. Organisation of the South Asian Indigenous peoples meeting for regional strengthening in Hyderabad, India in 2000 and Kathmandu, Nepal in 1998.

5. Contribution by meaningful participation in the international standard setting processes of the indigenous peoples' rights such as UN Working Group on the Draft Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, UN intercessional open ended Working Group for the establishment of Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in the UN System. And participation in other UN forum as UNFCCC, CBD, WHO, etc.


1. Chhar - Mhendo (Bi - Monthly) magazine in Khas-Nepali language

2. Tamang (Tri-Monthly) magazine in Tamang Language

3. Books for Adult Literacy Classes in Tamang Language.

4. Audio and Video Cassette for Raising Awareness

5. Occasional books on Tamang language, culture, religion, arts and history

6. Human Rights (Translated in Khas and Tamang Language) with the help of Shimin Gaikou Centre Japan
National Executive Committee

Chairman: Mr. Parshuram Tamang

Vice- Chairman: Mr. Mahendra Jang Tamang, Eastern Region
Vice- Chairman: Mr. Ganesh Bahadur Bal Tamang, Mid Region
Vice-Chairman: Mr. Dirga Bahadur Tamang, Western Region
Vice- Chairman: Mr. Dev Kumar Tamang, Mid-Far-West Region.

General Secretary: Mr. Som Bahadur Ghale Tamang

Secretary: Mr. Ajitman Tamang
Treasurer: Mr. Nara Bahadur Lama Tamang
Asst. Treasurer: Mr. Uday Kumar Ghising Tamang


Mr. Krishna Ram Dong Tamang, Kathmandu
Mr. Dharma Raj Lama Tamang, Kathmandu
Mr. Ganga Raj Gole Tamang, Lalitpur
Mr. Jaya Prasad Gole Tamang, Jhapa
Mrs. Stella Tamang, Kathmandu
Ms. Indira Thing Tamang, Kathmandu
Mr. Punya Bajra Lama (Youth), Kathmandu
Mr. Karma Siddhi Lama (Lama), Sindhupalchowk
Mr. Kumar Ghising (Culture), Ramechhap
Mr. Kumar Blone (Student), Kathmandu
Mrs. Sendiki Tamang (Women), Rasuwa
Mr. Padam Prasad Tamang, Panchthar
Mr. Dil Kumar Pakhrin Tamang, Jhapa
Mr. Khem Bahadur Tamang, Ilam
Mr. Prithiviman Pakhrin Tamang, Morang
Mr. Shree Prasad Moktan Tamang, Sunsari
Mr. Hariman Gomden Tamang, Dhankuta
Mr. Sher Bahadur Moktan Tamang, Bhojpur
Mr. Man Bahadur Pakhrin Tamang, Udaypur
Mr. Dorje Tamang, Okhaldhunga
Mr. Purna Bahadur Tamang, Solukhumbu
Mr. Krishna Ghising Tamang, Sindhuli
Mr. Nima Moktan Tamang, Dolakha
Mr. Laldhoj Lama Tamang, Ramechhap
Mr. Surya Bahadur Lama Tamang, Sindhupalchok
Mr. Bir Bahadur Moktan Tamang, Rasuwa
Mr. Kaman Singh Lama Tamang, Kavre
Mr. Chaturam Tamang, Dhading,
Mr. Som Bahadur Glan Tamang, Makawanpur
Mr. Buddhiman Tamang, Bara
Mr. Jari Thing Tamang, Parsa
Mr. Dhana Prasad Tamang, Kaski
Dr. Dolmaya Thokra, Kathmandu
Mr. Nara Bahadur Tamang, Banke
Mr. Pasang Moktan Tamang, Kanchanpur
Mr. Ratna Sagar Lama Tamang, Sindhupalchok
Mr. Basanta Bamjan Tamang, Sankhuwasabha
Mr. Sukumar Lopchan Tamang, Kaski
Mrs. Anita Moktan Tamang, Sunsari
Mr. Hem Bahadur Dumzan Tamang, Lamjung
Mr. Dharma Bhakta Lama Tamang, Siraha
Mr. Mira Lama Tamang, Dhading

National Advisory Committee

Mr. Sitaram Tamang: Politician
Mr. Buddhiman Tamang: Member of Parliament
Mr. Mani Lama: Fr. Member of Parliament
Mr. Harka Man Tamang: Member of Parliament
Mr. D.B. Lama: Member of Parliament
Mr. Dawa Finjo Tamang: Fr. Vice-Chairman, Rastriya Panchayat
Mr. Tilak Bahadur Negi: Fr. Asst. Minister
Mr. Satyaman Lama: Fr. Asst. Minister
Mr. Juddha Bir Lama: Fr. Chairman, Tamang Sewa Guthi
Mr. D.K. Buddhist: Director, RNAC, Nepal
Mr. Bir Bahadur Goley: Fr. Gurkha Major
Mr. Naresh Lama: Industrialist
Dr. Ganesh Yonjon: Social Service


Tamang Society of America (TSA) 

Tamang Society of America; Tamang Ghedung is a private, non-profit, non-political organization devoted to cultural and social affairs. It is established with the following objectives

1) To provide the necessary means of bringing all Tamangs together as one family.
2) To organize social, cultural and religious events for the enjoyment of members.
3) To preserve Tamang culture and the Buddhist religion.
4) To help the less fortunate ones in Nepal at the right time as our organisation grows and enriches
5) To foster friendship and understanding between Tamangs, Nepalese and other people in the America; and to improve the relationship between the people of Nepal and the United States.

May all beings be happy.
May they live in safety and joy.

As a social and cultural organisation Ghedung will attempt to promote our cultural values among friends of Nepal in America and preserve our Buddhist cultural traditions.

Tamang Ghedung denounce the terrorist acts of September 11. We express our deep sympathy and condolences for the victims of the September the 11th. Our prayers for the victims and their families.


To inquire about the Society's upcoming events, become a member or to make a donation, please contact any of the following TSA Executive Board Members:

01. Mr. Subash Lama Tamang, President, ...................... Tel: 718 446 2339
02. Mr. Sangam Tamang, Vice President,........................ Tel: 718 274 3568
03. Mr. Ram B.Tamang, General Secretary, .....................Tel: 718 469 8053
04. Mr. Nima Tamang, Secretary, ................................... Tel: 718 458 4110
05. Mr. Surya Tamang, Treasurer, ................................... Tel: 718 204 2931
06. Mr. Sanu Lama Tamang, Joint Treasurer,.................... Tel: 718 672 2097
07. Mr. Seinhtun Tamang, Board Member, ....................... Tel: 718 204 2931
08. Mr. Tsering Lama Tamang, Board Member, ................ Tel: 718 287 4588
09. Mrs. Srijana Lama, Board Member, ........................... Tel: 718 937 4432
10. Mrs. Ramala Tamang, Board Member, ....................... Tel: 718 956 2944
11. Mr. Bigyan Tamang, Board Member, ....................... ..Tel: 718 267 0250
12. Mr. Binod Tamang, Board Member, ........................... Tel: 718 626 2030
13. Mr. Man Bahadur Tamang, Board Member, ................ Tel: 718 392 6480

Corresponding address:

Ram B.Tamang
400 Marlborough Rd.
Brooklyn, New York, NY 11226
Tel: 718 469 8053
e-mail: Ghedung@aol.com

No matter where we live, we love our culture and traditions

May Peace Prevail on Earth

To visit home page of Tamang Society of America click here

Tamang Gumba Service Centre 

Nepal Tamang Gumba Service Centre, established in 1997, has been contributing its service in the social sector.

The centre organised a blood donation programme. Rajsabha Standing Committee chairman Dr. Keshar Jung Rayamajhi was the chief guest at the function.

The Centre, since its establishment, has been conducting various social works, it is learnt. The Centre has organised blood donation programmes, distribution of fruits to the patients in hospitals and also providing assistance to the victims of natural disasters in different occasions in the past. The Centre, which aims to follow the guidelines of Lord Buddha, is planning to construct a gumba placing a sculpture of Lord Buddha.

Accordingly, the Centre aims to run a mini-health centre and organise tree plantation. Besides, it has planned to run a school for helpless children.

According to the Centre, it has 24 branches in the country. The central president of the Centre is Shankar Lama.

All India Tamang Buddhist Association 
(We need informaiton about  this organization)


Sikkim Tamang Buddhist Association 
(We need informaiton about  this organization)

Bhutan Tamang Boudha Ghedun
(We need informaiton about  this organization)

Samakhushi Tamang Service Centre 
(We need informaiton about  this organization)

Tamang Sukham Dukham, Tusal.
(We need informaiton about  this organization)

Mhendo Maya Youwa Samaj, Nepal
Samakhushi, P.O.Box 7204, Kathmandu

Durg Bahadur Tamang Memorial Trust
Bashundahra, Kakthmandu,
Tel: 354766

(Please let us know about any  organization dedicated to Tamang which is not listed here.)


यो वेभ साईट मुकेश लामा लो द्वारा २५ जनवरी सन् २००२ देखि विश्व भरि छरीएर रहेका तामाङहरुका लागि परिकल्पना विन्यास तथा प्रवर्ध्दन गरिएको स्वतन्त्र वेभ साईट हो ।

P.O.Box 13779, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel/Fax : 00977-1-4450276, E-mail