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Exiled Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama Wednesday reportedly said he had been living in the hill station of Himachal Pradesh for so long that he feels “like a citizen” of the state...
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Subject: "I feel like a citizen of Himachal, Dalai Lama Says"
Dec 17 2008 11:35 PM

I am so happy that one of the Indian state have shown respect and for the first time recognized to offered due respect to His Holiness not has a Buddhist leader but as a respected Int'l leaders that resides in the State. Now is the time that Indian Government should pull its head out of the sand and start giving due respect to well recognized international leader who have each and every day respected India as a great nation and its people most out coming, friendly and who shares the value of mutual respect to each other, contributed lot towards the benefit India in many ways like unity and religious harmony. His Holiness the Dalai Lama and us the Tibetans consider India as the land of our Guru and land of Bodhisattvas. Indians as our Guru and friend from time immemorial. Time immemorial, before any Indian person had to interact with any Chinese on the Indo-Tibet border. We can say Vishnu and Shiva as our witness.

Himachal and other States like Karnataka, Orissa and Aruna Chal etc to name a few and India as a nation should offer His Holiness the horary citizenship like Canada did. Also during this Chabis January(Jan 26,2009), Indian government should invite His Holiness as the Chief Guest for the occasion. His Holiness is the most fitting chief guest for such occasions for the last 20 years since 1959, he has earned it. He has contributed lot to India and Indians as a good citizen and as a loyal Chela, as good friend and as a special guest.
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