Following two days of incessant rainfall in various parts of India especially in the state of Himachal Pradesh, the rainfall led to the rise of the water flow resulting to flooding into human settlements. The continued rain fall in Kullu and Manali resulted in a flash flood in the region which has also affected the Tibetan settlements there.
Situated in central Tibet, the Royal Tombs of Chongye Valley are the final resting placef or many of the seventh to ninth century emperors of the Tibetan Empire. Among the emperors buried in the Chongye Valley is Songtsen Gampo—the first emperor of Tibet. In the paper referenced above and on-file at Academia.edu, satellite imagery is used to locate and assess the orientation of Emperor Gampo’s burial mound as well as the burial mounds for an additional nine emperors.
The Indian army in a campaign on their social media platforms, published a videos revealing the threat of Chinese using all kinds platforms to break into the digital world. The video posted by the army alleges that WhatsApp, the popular micro messaging from United States is the new way for the Chinese hackers to spy on Indians.
A historic book about the science of the physical world was released by His Holiness the Dalai Lama jointly with the Chief Minister of Bihar Shri Nitish Kumar in Bodh Gaya, the holy place where lord Buddha attained enlightenment more than 2500 years ago. The book release earlier this week is the first of the four series coming up later.
An artist has created faceless portraits of religious leaders like His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Pope Francis, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, etc., for an exhibition called Encounters. This is the first such art in the history that all religious leaders of world has been shown together with equal status.
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The most auspicious Tibetan Buddhist icon, Jokhang Temple in Tibet’s capital Lhasa has been captured through the lenses of Chinese media with a very beautiful rainbow hanging over it. These are recent images captured during the raining season in Tibet and the rain supplemented to clear the view of Lhasa’s beautiful view.
If I were asked what it is like to be myself dangling right out there somewhere in the midst of creepy death shadow lurking all around to devour its parasite, but that was the time when all goes south and half of my existence turned peril with myself fallen in the shadow of darkness.