The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama is based in exile in India. Dharamshala, the temporal home of the exiled spiritual leader, receives thousands of visitors from around the world to meet and seek blessings from His Holiness. Last year, more than 250 Chinese visited His Holiness at his home.Read more
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama while beginning his teachings arranged primarily for the Chinese disciples from mainland China, His Holiness told that he is a Buddhist monk but he respects all religious traditions. His Holiness also expressed his admiration of the fact that all the world’s major religions flourish in India living together in respectful harmony.Read more
The Buddhist spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama completed the third series of teachings during his ongoing month long stay at Bodh Gaya today. During the progress of empowerment initiations at the Kalachakara ground today, he announced that he will give a two days teachings specially for those disciples coming from the mainland China.Read more
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama said on Tuesday that millions of people in China were adopting Buddhism, refuting claims about how his teachings did not have any impact in the Communist country.
The Nobel laureate was speaking to reporters at Karshni Ashram Raman Reti in Mathura when he said, “Adopting of Buddhism by 400 million in China is a witness that my preaching is making mass impact on common Chinese.”