Friday, 5 July 2013

H.H. the Dalai Lama in Bangalore

Dalai Lama impresses Bangalore

Bangalore, July 5: Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today said India had a great tradition of spirituality, non-violence and religious harmony but there were a "lot of problems" at the social level. "The 21st century generation should create better conditions within the country to make significant contributions towards a better world," he said addressing students during his visit to ISKCON temple here.

He said change in the world could be brought about after bringing about change by people locally, where they were living. He stressed on professional knowledge coupled with "karuna" (compassion) which creates better world. Knowledge based self-centric attitude destroys the world, he said, adding, "Wonderful brain alone is no guarantee for meaningful or happier life." 


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