གཟའ་ཉི་མ། ༢༠༢༤/༠༤/༡༤

Dalai Lama Addresses Bhutanese Devotees in Tawang Monastery

Before taking chopper flight to Guwahati in Assam, the Dalai Lama addressed his Bhutanese devotees present at the 3-day teaching in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, and said, "Tibet and Bhutan are like elder and younger brother of a family" and advised them to put more effort in studying Buddhist texts alongside modern education.

Tibet's spiritual leader began his Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh visit on April 4, where he reached Bomdila by road and then proceeded to Tawang through Dirang crossing Sela pass on April 7 and concluded his visits on April 11.

Listen to reporter Tsering Wangyal's piece on the Nobel Laureate's address to Bhutanese devotees in Bodhgaya.