The Himalaya Archive Japan

"Think of the Earth, Think from the Himalaya"
  Contemplating the Earth through
                               "the Himalayan World"
  
       he Himalaya, one of the most sacred places on the earth, has been providing and various inspiration to           many people since ancient times through its vast nature, rich culture and profound spirituality.  In the 21st century, the Himalaya reflects the contemporary international issues like a mirror and send a wake-up call to people.  The Himalaya Archive Japan, a Japanese nonprofit organization, has been doing several activities to convey “voices of the Himalaya” to the public in the world through its organization’s concept “Think of the Earth, think from the Himalaya.” 

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We must be the change we wish to see in the world.    - Mahatma Gandhi 

Activities of Himalaya Archive Japan 

OBSERVING
       the Himalaya

  EMPATHIZING
      with the Himalaya

 AWAKENING 
      from the Himalaya

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                                           “Think of our mother earth, Think from the Himalaya."

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When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.   
                                               
- Malala Yousafzai

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Himalaya Awareness Archives

Recent News 

Himalaya Awareness Channel’s feature: “The Kashmir Conflict”

October 20, 2016

The feature of Himalaya Awareness Channel’s 2016 Autumn Edition is finally set: “The Kashmir Conflict.”  The big powers, India, Pakistan and China, especially India and Pakistan the nuclear armed nations have been fighting each other intermittently over the sovereignty of Kashmir in the northwest Himalayan region. 

The launch of Himalaya Awareness Channel

September 08, 2016

We have launched Himalaya Awareness Channel (HAC) , which is one of the major projects by the Himalaya Archive Japan.  HAC is a special website on the Himalaya-related information and designed for users to think about our contemporary world and lives through the “organically-bonded reference information“ based on the original concept.  

The Entirely Renewed HAJ's Official Website

March 20, 2016

The official website of the Himalaya Archive Japan is entirely renewed today.   Regarding this renewal, we  are promoting the association with both social media and the Himalaya Awareness Channel.  Please contact us if there is anything faulty.  We will continue to improve our website with new contents. We would be happy if you would bookmark and visit it often.  The Himalaya Awareness Channel is scheduled to be published this spring.  Please wait a little while more.

Nepal Large Earthquake

April 29, 2015

On April 25 in 2015, a large earthquake hit Nepal.  It’s a 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered in the area, which are approximately central mountains of the nation.  Many buildings including temples in World Heritage Sites collapsed and many died and were injured.  As of Apr. 28th, the death toll is now more than 4000, more than 7000 are injured and more than 8 millions of people were damaged.

Renewal of the Official Website of HAJ & Launch of “the Himalaya Awareness Channel”

April 17, 2015

After about 4-year preparation, we’ve finally started to create a new official website of our organization and the Himalaya Awareness Channel, an informative website on the “Himalayan world.”  For the preparation years, the application of our concept of “Think of our mother earth, Think from the Himalaya” has been getting more clear. 

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