The ritual chanting from the Monks of Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery traces back again to the 18th century once the monks’ original monastery was founded in Tibet. Pressured to relocate in Dharamsala, a little village within the foothills from the Himalayas, the Tibetan Buddhist group includes 40 monks and college students. In 1989, maker David Parsons and his wife, Kay, paid three appointments towards the monastery to record the monks’ ritual music. Two albums co-produced with Ven. Thupten Nyandak, Sacred Ceremonies Ritual Music of Tibetan Buddhism and Sacred Ceremonies 2: Tantric Hymns and Music of Tibetan Buddhism, had been released. The Monks from the Drop Tse Chok Ling Monastery had been featured within the soundtrack from the 1992 film Baraka.