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Tenzin Gyatso

1988 Nobel Prize Peace Winner
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1989 Nobel Prize Peace Winner Tenzin Gyatso News

Editorial: Dalai Lama's message perseveres

The Recorder
Tenzin Gyatso has had plenty of practice living those teachings in the face of adversity. As the 14th Dalai Lama — believed to be the reincarnated embodiment of Tibet's Buddhist patron saint — he was born in 1935 and rose up in 1950 to lead Tibet in ...

1989 Nobel Prize Peace Winner Tenzin Gyatso News

A Factual Account of the Tibetan Government's Gold and Silver

Phayul
The court case Suit No 730 of 1969 of the Calcutta High Court was titled His Holiness Jetsun Ngawang Losang Tenzin Gyatso the Dalai Lama and Others Vs Sushil Kumar Somani and Others.[11] Of course Tsarong won the case for the Dalai Lama's Trust.

1989 Nobel Prize Peace Winner Tenzin Gyatso News

Land grants from the state

The Altamont Enterprise
“Additional funds will help with the legal and documentation costs associated with the easement. “The smaller grant was for…costs associated with the conservation easement on the former Tenzin Gyatso property in Berne,” King continued. The one-time ...

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The Dalai Lama: the Laughing Buddha of Modern Times

Lankaweb
Tenzin Gyatso, better known as His Holiness Dalai Lama XIV, is arguably the most popular spiritual leader of the world today. Though he doesn't radiate 'spirituality', he demonstrates it by his practice and his precept; he is the most relaxed looking ...

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