Buddha’s Teachings Based On Reason and Logic: Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Saturday while taking part in a meeting of Gelukpa Abbots and teachers in Bodh Gaya told that Buddha’s teachings are based on reason and logic, not mere faith. His Holiness discussed with Gelukpa abbots and teacher about the ways to improve education at Gelukpa seats of learning during the meeting.

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One of The Largest Tibetan Monastery Opened In Taiwan

One of the largest Tibetan monastery has been opened in Taiwan according to the report published in the official website of the Central Tibetan Administration on Wednesday. The Gosok Tsechen Kunphen monastery was inaugurated in the presence of His Eminence Jangtse Choeje Gosok Rinpoche and Representative Dawa Tsering, Office of Tibet, Taiwan on Sunday.

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China Interfering Tibetan Faith For Political Gains

China interfering Tibetan faith for political gains by strictly imposing control over the ancient Tibetan reincarnation system of the Buddhist practice. The primary objective behind making an unusual interference with the people’s faith remains to challenge the significant faith in the Dalai Lama which ultimately aims to grab the institution of the Dalai Lama to legitimatize their occupation.

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Simplest Explanation On Meditation From Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader and the Nobel Peace laureate, His Holiness the Dalai Lama who is currently in Mumbai giving teachings to the devotees yesterday gave one of the simplest explanation on meditation. The spiritual leader is a well known public figure across for connecting with the modern people with relevant knowledge of the ancient Indian philosophy.

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Jonang Association To Continue Striving For Parliament Seat

Jonang Association will continue to strive for their representation in the Tibetan Parliament in Exile as per the reservation provisions granted to the four sects of the Tibetan Buddhism and the Bon sects. The representatives of the Jonang followers of Tibetan Buddhism pledged to continue their fight during their 9th special conference held in Dharamshala recently.

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Dalai Lama’s Answer On Buddha’s Birth Place Misunderstood In Nepal: Clarification From His Office

His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s answer about the Lord Gautam Buddha’s birth place during an interactive session in India has been misunderstood in Nepal. The office of His Holiness the Dalai Lama (OHHDL) today issued a clarification notice in it official website that there has been a misunderstanding in the intend of his answer.

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Mongolian Origin Monk Secures First In Gelug Exam

Mongolian origin monk secures first position in the 2017 Gelug Exam in the Geshe Lharampa category as the results of the board exam was announced yesterday. Jetsun Dorjee has secured the first position in the final year geshe lharampa examination to earn the title of Geshe Lharampa, the first Mongolian origin monk to pass.

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Narendra Modi Gifts Tibetan Kanjur Books To Russian Temple

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi gifts Tibetan Kanjur books to the Russian temple, Datsan Gunzechoinei Buddhist Temple in Saint Petersburg. Modi gifted the Urga Kanjur, edition of the Tibetan Kanjur to the priest of the Russian Buddhist Temple during his visit to the country recently when he set off for a three nation tour of Europe.

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Millions Adopting Buddhism In China Says Dalai Lama

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.”

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Mystical Arts of Tibet Enthral Students and Professors at US University

Students, professors and other folks at Frostburg University, Maryland USA, were given a golden chance to experience and savour a slice of life in Tibet. For five days Tibetan monks lived in the campus with students. The five monks of Drepung Loseling monastery led by Geshe Lobsang Tenzin Negi hosted two workshops, five lectures, and created a sand mandala and people thoroughly enjoyed the elixir of tranquility through their enlightening presence.

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