About Us

Kalsang Phuntsok, CEO
A serial entrepreneur who founded “Tibet Telecommunication Pvt. ltd”, (which is widely known as a Dr.Mobile).
Kalsang Phuntsok makes it his goal to create value for all stakeholders, employees, customers and shareholders by managing the day-to-day operations of Tibet Telecommunication Pvt. ltd. With over decades of business experience in other business venture, He drives the business to meet its goals to perfection.
Winner of most successful “Tibetan entrepreneur” in the USAID’s EDOTS program by Technoserve India and many other felicitation awards from Motorola, Tata DoCoMo, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea cellular company etc.
He is also committed to changing the way people travel and is the guiding force behind Tibet Taxi. His dream is to represent Tibet in the Map of Asia through making awareness about Tibetan Cause through Tibetan rich culture of peaceful services and hospitality so that they can live a dignified life one day in their own nation Tibet.
He is also an executive member of Tibetan chamber of commerce (established by the Department of Finance, Central Tibetan Administration) and director of Lead Tibet – Tibetans for humanity.
To Identify and apply practical solutions to social problems, combining innovation, resourcefulness and opportunity, He attended a class for Social entrepreneurship program @ Stanford University, with the support from Tibetan chamber of commerce and VIA group based in San Francisco Bay area.

Penpa Lhamo, Manager
Graduated as a BBA with distinction mark from Madras Christian College and always proud for being a Top class student in all the school record.  Gaining business experience in real market place to pursue MBA in top colleges next year

To become Asia’s premier chauffer and fleet service with head office based at Lhasa, Tibet.

Committed to change the way people travel.
It is our mission to bring value to all of the lives we touch and to engender a spirit of community social responsibility.

To represent and create awareness about Tibet in the map of Asia by service and hospitality.
Our website domain speaks about it www.Tibettaxi.Asia

CSR (Community Social Responsibility)
We believe every one of us can contribute back to the community even when we are a small or medium enterprise and not necessarily a giant corporate entity. 10% of Tibet Taxi's income will be donated to Lead Tibet campaign for promoting peace across the world.

There are two kinds of prayer flags: horizontal ones, called Lung ta meaning "Wind Horse" in Tibetan, and vertical ones, called Darchor meaning "flagstaff". Traditionally, prayer flags come in sets of five: one in each of five colors. The five colors are arranged from left to right in a specific order: blue, white, red, green, and yellow. The five colors represent the elements and the Five Pure Lights. Blue symbolizes the sky and space, white symbolizes the air and wind, red symbolizes fire, green symbolizes water, and yellow symbolizes earth. According to Traditional Tibetan medicine, health and harmony are produced through the balance of the five elements. Prayer flags are used to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. The flags do not carry prayers to gods, which is a common misconception; rather, the Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread the good will and compassion into all pervading space. Therefore, prayer flags are thought to bring benefit to all.As wind passes over the surface of the flags, which are sensitive to the slightest movement of the wind, the air is purified and sanctified by the mantras.The prayers of a flag become a permanent part of the universe as the images fade from exposure to the elements. Just as life moves on and is replaced by new life, Tibetans renew their hopes for the world by continually mounting new flags alongside the old. This act symbolizes a welcoming of life's changes and an acknowledgment that all beings are part of a greater ongoing cycle