This is the website of the Nagarjuna Institute of Exact Methods, which is dedicated to the restoration and promotion of the Nepalese Buddhist tradition. Nepalese Buddhism emerged hundreds of years ago and forms the basis of various Tibetan Buddhist schools. The Newari form of Buddhism as practised in Nepal forms much of the focus of the Institute's concerns. The website itself provides a wealth of information on Newar Buddhism in the form of articles and other publications. The Institute runs its own journal, Buddhist Himalaya. Contents of current and past issues are freely available online (with some articles in PDF). In addition, there is a newsletter of the Institute's activities, a description of courses that they offer, an account of current projects, and membership and conference information. Access to the catalogue of the Institute's library is made fully available, and links to further sites of interest are provided. The Institute has a mailing list, which can be joined by following the instructions in the Buddhist Directory section. In all, this is a very through and well-organised site providing access to information on a unique and often neglected part of the Buddhist tradition, and may prove of interest to scholars and laypersons alike.