Culture > How Tibetans in Karnataka’s Dhondenling put down roots in refuge

A garden with various succulents and drought-tolerant plants, including the paddle plant (Kalanchoe tetraphylla), the garden croton (Codiaeum variegatum) and the spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum). Dhondenling’s gardens have surpassed their original utilitarian purpose and become places of self-realisation for the area’s Tibetan refugees. Photo courtesy: Hanna Geschewski

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