Dalai Lama visits Mathura, says Indian culture gave world a mantra of non-violence, compassion

25/09/2019

Dalai Lama outlined the significance of non-violence during his two-day religious visit to Mathura.

 

Dalai Lama, the spiritual guru and scholar of Tibet, on Sunday visited Raman Reti Dham (Mahavan) in Mathura, India, where he spoke on the Indian culture, love, diversity and spirituality.

While speaking to India Today, Dalai Lama hailed the Indian culture by calling it the oldest one and said, "It has given the world a mantra of non-violence, compassion and friendship."

"There is a need to spread this mantra of Indian culture around the world so that hatred towards each other can be eliminated," Dalai Lama said.

Dalai Lama outlined the significance of non-violence and said, "Today, the most important thing is mutual love. This can remove the hostility between neighbours and create a calm and new world. This is the reason that today India is becoming a major force because of its culture."

Dalai Lama visited Mathura as a part of his two-day religious tour. Dalai Lama came here to attend a program. He was welcomed in a traditional Indian style by hundreds of people who were present to hear his sermons.

Source: By Siraj Qureshi, https://www.indiatoday.in

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