Dalai Lama

In the year 1959, Chinese occupied the Tibet. So, the Dalai Lama moved with fourteenth of his refugees to India. He was received by Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. He established the Tibetan parliament-in-exile in 1960 and issued the Dalai Lama in 1963, the constitution of Tibet.   After years in exile, the Dalai Lama presented the 1987 peace plan consisting of five points that were made ​​available to him displayed in a number of places, including in front of members of Congress and in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The plan aims to make Tibet a zone of peace amid the troubled region in the Himalayas, and respect for basic human rights and democratic freedoms for Tibetans with the protection of the environment and nature in the region.   So, there were many reactions had varied over time that put those five points to be a positive in the West, unlike China, which has strongly rejected. Dalai was described as the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people who is being a pacifist and has won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989.

He was known for fighting Gandhi’s policies in relation to the Chinese invasion of Tibet. Also, he was known for his announcements on human rights. Dalai Lama makes a reflect answers from diverse western organizations. He owns many degrees from western universities. He was taking with world leaders from the realms of politics and religion. It is in real demand from western converts to Buddhism. Dalai Lama is the author of various books available in English and other European languages. In addition, he does many appearances on BBC travel programs.

It is rare that Western media mention Dalai Lama's personality. His   image shows where a man is considered active with a beautiful smile. They see him as the leader of a religious peace-loving and a man demanding independence for millions of loyalists who consider today's Chinese citizens, the Dalai Lama busy today promoting a new type of Gratitude Buddhist managed that attracts a lot of...