I'm messenger of India's ancient thoughts: Dalai Lama
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Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, on Saturday said he was active in spreading India's message of non-violence and religious harmony throughout the world.
"I am the messenger of India's ancient thoughts world over," Dalai Lama told an assembly of intellectuals here.
He said democracy was deep rooted in India because the people had deep respect for the two precious ideals. Even non-believer like 'Charvak' was respected and given the high status of a sage in ancient India.
The Tibetan monk said he considered India as a master and Tibet its disciple as great scholars like Nagarjuna went from Nalanda to Tibet to preach Buddhism in the eighth century.
He said millions of people had lost their lives in violence and economy of many a countries got ruined due to conflicts in the 20th century. "Let the 21th century be a century of tolerance and dialogue."
The Dalai Lama is leaving here on Sunday for New Delhi.
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