Over a gap of three years Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama on Friday arrived in Delhi. After a month-long sojourn in Ladakh Dalai Lama landed in Delhi.
Meanwhile, it is not yet confirmed whether he will hold any meetings with political leaders or not.
Ladakh Buddhist Association said, “His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is departing from Leh on August 26, 2022, by air to Delhi after his month-long sojourn in Ladakh. The motorcycle of his holiness is expected to leave Photang Gapheling, Jevetsal at 7:30 AM for KBR airport, Leh.”
Earlier on 23 August the Tibetan spiritual leader exuded confidence that Ladakhis would soon be able to visit Lhasa again.
While addressing the audience at the inauguration of a new center of learning at Thupstanling Gonpa, Diskit Tsal in Leh Lama said, “Times are changing, and that a time would come when Ladakhis would be able to visit Lhasa again.”
“This means that we are seeking genuine autonomy rather than complete independence, primarily concerned with preserving our identity, language, and rich Buddhist cultural heritage in all Tibetan-speaking areas,” Lama said.
The 14th Dalai Lama is one of the most admired spiritual leaders who advocate democracy and freedom not only for his country but also for the world.