Dalai Lama Tickets for Sale

Every body knows about the Tibetan institution of having a dalai lama. Going back to history, looking at the Tibetan Buddhism, successive Dalai Lamas structure a tulku ancestry of Gelugpa leaders which have their traces to the year 1391. Buddhists of the Tibetan regions believe that the Dalai Lama is the present day incarnation of Avalokitesvara, the bodhisattva of compassion. During the time between the 17th century and 1959, Dalai Lama was the actual head of the Tibetan government; he had the powers to control a huge portion of the country from its capital Lhasa. Dalai Lama is considered the supreme head of the Tibetan Buddhism; he is regarded as the highest lama of the Tibetan traditions by leaders of all the four schools of Buddhism. The title Dalai Lama is often prefixed by "his holiness" or HH as a mark of respect.
To listen to and have questions for such a great, respected and powerful man is in itself a stupendous task. But the result is sure to be enthralling. The play is a must watch for everyone.

"Dalai" is a Mongolian word which means "ocean", and the word "Lama" is the Tibetan word for the Sanskrit or Hindi word "guru", which means "a teacher" or "a monk". The title Dalai Lama was first bestowed upon Sonam Gyatso by the famous Mongolian ruler named Altan Khan. Sonam Gyatso was an abbot at the famous Drepung monastery and was widely considered the most renowned lama of his time. Even though Sonam Gyatso became the earliest person to hold the title "Dalai Lama", owing to the fact that he was the third constituent of his heredity, he came to be known as the 3rd Dalai Lama. Previous two Dalai Lama titles were conferred upon his earlier incarnations, posthumously. Dalai Lama the title is presently established to each of the religious leader's consecutive incarnations (as in, the 14th Dalai Lama's next living form will be bestowed the title "15th Dalai Lama").
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Learning more about the history of Dalai Lama, the 5th Dalai Lama of Tibet, with the help of a Mongol ruler of Khökh Nuur, called Gushri Khan, was able to unite Tibet. Dalai Lamas persistently ruled this beautiful country Tibet till the Republic of China invaded Tibet in the year 1949 and then took the full control of the country in the year 1959. The 14th and present Dalai Lama had to flee to India and since then has ceded temporal powers to an elected government in exile. Dalai Lama (present 14th) has deiced to seek autonomy for Tibet, in lieu of full independence.

The Dalai Lama is well known for his messages towards world peace and harmony. People who have listened to him say he is a very powerful communicator and a normal human being with normal human emotions. This is the rare chance to listen to his holiness. Do not miss this chance. Book your tickets now, online booking also available.
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