Monk on the move

Gulati, Vishal
September 2010
South Asian Post;9/2/2010, p13
The article focuses on Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama who had traveled to places within India and abroad to address peace, non-violence acts, environmental concerns, and Buddhism. It says that Lama aims to continue his quest as a Buddhist priest and to instill spiritual awareness. It adds that Lama prefers to visit universities and educational institutions to discuss compassion, peace, human values, and his religion.


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