The New York Times profiles the Karmapa Lama, a revered Tibetan lama who is widely expected to take on spiritual leadership role for Tibetan Buddhists after the Dalai Lama. The Karmapa was accused in the Indian media of being a...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 28, 2011
Indian media is reporting on a raid of the monastery of the Karmapa Lama, who currently lives in exile and is widely anticipated to take over the role of spiritual leader to Tibetan Buddhists after the current Dalai Lama passes...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 21, 2009
The Times of India interviews the Karmapa Lama, the young, Tibetan monk who now lives in exile in Dharamsala. As the most senior Tibetan lama to be recognized by both China and Tibetans-in-exile, the Karmapa is viewed by many as...
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