Dalai Lama

Dear friends, on 6th July 2021, His Holiness the Dalai-Lama, will turn 86. Will Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wish him officially?

They should. On the one hand #Tibet is extremely important to India: it was traditionally the peaceful buffer between two giants – India and China. With its occupation by Chinese, this buffer is not only gone, but it gives an immense strategic advantage to the Chinese army in case of a war with India, as it was shown in 1962, as Chinese soldiers swoop from a height.

On the other hand, we have seen that India’s Nehruvian habit of not offending the Chinese, never paid fruits as Chinese consider Indians as inferior and never keep up their pretense of friendship.


Not only that, but the Dalai-Lama is a yogi, an extraordinary being that never utters a word of complaint or of anger – even against his Chinese enemies, who are waiting him to die to nominate their own Dalai-Lama. That day India will rue the missed opportunity of not having propped him up as the legitimate spiritual and political leader of an independent Tibet, the way the Chinese claim the whole of Arunachal Pradesh or issue separate visas to Kashmiris

We, in the Shivaji Maharaj Museum of Indian History, Pune, not only honor the Dalai-Lama, but also have one of the only permanent exhibitions on the Tibetan genocide at the hands of the Chinese (who killed nearly a million Tibetans) as well as Tibetan Buddhism, which the Dalai Lama himself acknowledges, owes so much to India.

His Holiness came specially to Pune to inaugurate these exhibitions. We are in need to renovate the Tibetan Pavilion. The cost is 6 lakhs. If you want to help, we will mention your names at the entrance of the hall (donation above 40.000 Rs or 500$). You can donate on Google pay : https://www.factmuseum.com/google-pay-page/

at or send me a mail at fgautier@rediffmail.com so I can guide you. We have Indian and US tax exemption. Support the only Museum of True Indian History in the World



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