India: Tuesday marked the start of a two-day special discourse by the Dalai Lama for Tibetan youth. On Tuesday, around 2,000 students from various schools and universities across the nation congregated at the main Tibetan Temple, Tsuglagkhang, in Dharamshala. Numerous Tibetan students attended the Dalai lamas’ special classes in droves. The News Mill, first.
The Dalai Lama shares his wisdom every year, especially with the younger generation. The Tibetan spiritual leader will perform the ceremony for producing Bodhichitta (semkye), as well as teachings on human values and the Three Objects of Refuge (kyapdro ngotro).
The Dalai lamas special lecture 2 draws thousands of Tibetan students, according to The News Mill. Since the Dalai Lama constantly seeks to advance human ideals, Tibetan students see these teachings as being of utmost importance. The Dalai lamas’ particular teaching attracts thousands of Tibetan students, according to The News Mill.
“His Holiness has come here to give us a speech, so all of us have come here to attend this event specifically organised for Tibetan youth,” said Tenzin Chodon, a Tibetan student.
Because he is to us like a lord, this is crucial for us. I feel incredibly fortunate and joyful right now. I’m in tears.” The Dalai lamas’ particular teaching attracts thousands of Tibetan students, according to The News Mill.
Tsering Dicky, a different Tibetan student, stated: “Today, all the Tibetan students have assembled here to participate in a unique spiritual instruction that has been planned for us.
Knowing about the ideals we need to instil in the next generation is crucial for us. I consider myself really fortunate and happy to be here for this event. Numerous Tibetan students attend the Dalai lamas’ special classes in droves. The News Mill, No. 5
Prior to that, Tibetan Buddhist monks in Shimla performed the traditional Cham (Lama Dance) to honour the Guru Padmasambhava’s birthday.
At the Dorjeedak Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Panthaghati, close to Shimla, a large number of monks have gathered.
Tibetan Buddhist monks prayed for compassion and world peace through these rites. The monks and other Tibetans prayed for Guru Padmasambhava before the dancing performance.
Through Lama Dance, the Buddhist monks acted out the drama of Lord Padmasambhava’s eight reincarnations arriving and being welcomed in this place.
Monks dress in masks and traditional headgear and caps as they perform this dance to traditional Tibetan musical instruments. The local Buddhist monks think that this is done to honour Guru Padmasambhava.