The Jindhag Foundation has an ongoing relationship with the touring monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery. The Drepung Monastery was originally established in 1416 in Lhasa, Tibet. The Chinese invasion in 1959 forced the monastery to close, but 250 monks escaped to India where they reestablished Drepung Loseling in exile in Karnataka state, South India. Today the Monastery has over 3000 monks.
Over the years many more young spiritual aspirants have fled Chinese-occupied Tibet and sought entrance into the monastery, thus helping to preserve their traditional culture. Part of the mission of the Mystical Arts of Tibet tour is to create awareness of the struggle to maintain the Tibetan traditions in exile and raise support for the increasing numbers of monks at the monastery. Since the year 2000, the Seret family and Jindhag Foundation has provided ongoing support to provide food and medicine to the monks of Drepung Loseling monastery.