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Dalai Lama Counsels Exiled  Tibetans Not to Forget  their Fellow Countrymen in Tibet - 2002-11-27


The Dalai Lama addressed thousands of Tibetan monastic community and laity at Sera Monastery in Bylakuppe, South India. He talked about the importance of preserving Tibetan religion and culture and south India has become the centers for four Major Gelugpa monastic institutions and also center for a large Nyingpa monastery, headed by Palnor Rinpoche. The Dalai Lama said that while Tibetans are well-established in exile, they should not forget the situation in Tibet and we should remind ourselves the Tibetan cause that is based on truth. The preservation of Tibetan culture is not only the interest of the Tibetan people, but also the interests of the neighboring countries.

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