Also called as LTWA or the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, this library was established in the year 1970. Founder of this library was the fourteenth Dalai Lama Tenzing Gyatso and it is thought to be of great significance as far as the Tibetan works of literature, history, art, culture and philosophy are concerned. The library is a big treasure of books which have been preserved from a long time. It is estimated to have around 80000 manuscripts. Besides being a big house of books, the library also has a number of statues and various artifacts that belong to Buddhist culture. The main aim of this Tibetan library is to serve as a resource for maintaining Tibetan culture and that too of highest standard. People, especially Buddhists who are interested in studying ancient art and philosophy, should visit this library and satisfy their curiosity of learning about Tibetan history and culture.