Dharamsala (McLeod Ganj)

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Location: 32.3 ° and 76.4 ° O. L. N.B.
Dharamsala is known as the residence of the Dalai Lama and the seat of the Tibetan government in exile. But actually the Dalai Lama lives in Mcleod Ganj, a village about 10 km uphill and the government center between them, in Kyisong Gang Chen, a completely new place. McLeod Ganj is about 1800 m. Height on a mountain ridge. The newly arrived Tibetan refugees are gathered here to visit the Dalai Lama and to acclimatize. Then they usually go to a camp further in India or to another country. In addition to the government buildings around here various courses and important collections of cultural objects.

From the aim of supporting receivers for promoting the culture of the Tibetan people have developed a good relationship with the Institute of Buddhist Dialects and Sarah School. Both schools make an important contribution to the formation of the Tibetan context, both religious and lay. It also managed in the Sarah School of the Dalai Lama the archive. There’s a great collection of all kinds of honors that the Dalai Lama as part of his cases. In addition, the Dalai Lama’s public courses are developed and edited into books. Both content and training both institutes are very important for the preservation of Tibetan culture.

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