Dharamsala, March 16 - The Dalai Lama says he is completely committed to non-violence and denies that he was behind the violence in Tibet.
Tibet's spiritual leader the Dalai Lama offered prayers for peace and security of his fellow countrymen after the violent anti-China protests in his homeland that claimed at least 10 lives.
The Dalai Lama offered prayers in Tibetans main temple at Macleodganj "Tsunglan Khanagh" for peace and security of his fellow Tibetans subjected to "brute force" by the Chinese.
While the Dalai Lama offered prayers, hundreds of Tibetans sat on dharna outside the temple in support of pro-independence street protesters in Lhasa.
Meanwhile, hundreds of Tibetans today held a protest march from Macleodganj to Dharamsala raising anti-China slogans.
Kangra Superintendent of Police Atul Fulzele said tight security arrangements has been made to avoid any untoward incident.
He said the foreigners participating in protest march of Tibetans here are video-graphed and their details were being sent to respective Embassies in Delhi.
Meanwhile, the Tibetan protesters who started a fresh march from Dhera yesterday as part of their homeland journey managed to cross Kangra border.
By the time the information about their movement reached the police headquarters these marchers had crossed the boundry of the district, police sources said, adding neighbouring Una district has been informed about them.
When contacted, Superintendent of Police of Una Gyaneshwar Singh told PTI that tight security arrangements has been made in the district to check any untoward incident.