Monday, November 16, 2009

Faith




The journey back to Tawang on the 50th year of his (The Dalai Lama's) escape from Tibet in 1959, drew Tibetan Buddhists from different corners to this town. People not only came from different corners of India, some have even come from Bhutan and Nepal on foot. And all of them came to meet the person they believe to be the Bodhisattva of Compassion, the living god.

5 comments:

khelena said...

the pics are so lovely...very touching...

randomrandom said...

thank you so much

debo said...

another set of great pictures, and the short intros work extremely well...
will you please tag these posts, so people looking for what happened at Tawang on the web also get this perspective?

and, on a funny note, they want me to write 'wiggent' before they'll let me post this comment:)))

randomrandom said...

thanks..yes I will tag these pictures..and also try and rework the text a bit...tried to pick it up from the television script..some mistakes..:) wiggent?!!>:)

Ratika said...

Faith, its beautiful. Those guys just have him to hang on to - The Dalai Lama. A living Man can influence so many lives- look at the serenity on their faces.
For the Dalai lama, 'living by example' is just an under-statement. There's more to him...