The Next Dalai Lama will be Born in India

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has in a recently published interview to a leading news agency told that the he will be reborn in India. His Holiness during the interview by senior journalist Vijay Kranti said that since he left China occupied Tibet deliberately to live in India, he will definitely be reborn in that region and not in the hands of Chinese.

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China Claims Authority Over Dalai Lama’s Successor Again, Warns India Not to Intervene

The Chinese government has once again claimed that they have the authority over His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s successor once again. China has even warned India not to intervene in the matter. The statement from a senior Chinese official echoed a warning that if India did not follow China’s stand on this matter, it could affect the bilateral ties.

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Dalai Lama Says is Happy to Live in India for Rest of His Life

In a recent interview of His Holiness the Dalai Lama at his residence in Dharamshala, he has said that he would be happy to live in India for the rest of his life. The Tibetan spiritual leader explains that it will be of no use to return to Tibet if there is no freedom. Therefore he said that he would be happy to live peacefully in India.

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China Claims Dalai Lama Successor has to be Approved by them

Following the remarks from the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on the possibility of his successor from India, China responded immediately that it will not recognize such a successor. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said at a press conference on Tuesday that the Dalai Lama successor has to be approved by it.

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Current Dalai Lama Says His Successor Could Come from India

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama during a recent interview by the Reuters explained that his successor could come from India. His Holiness explained the possibility that China would appoint a candidate for the next Dalai Lama to assert their authority over the Tibetan Buddhists.

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