Almost 800 years ago, the rulers of the Yuan Dynasty, who were ruling in China, took over Tibet. Since then, Tibet remained an integral part of China until 1912. Dalai Lama On China Tibetan Dispute,
Dalai Lama On China Tibetan Dispute
In the year 1912, the 13th Dalai Lama declared Tibet as a part of China and declared Tibet as independence, and the Tibetan people accepted and supported him. The Dalai Lama had the support of Tibetan people because the people there considered the Dalai Lama as the political and spiritual guru of Tibet.
Dalai Lama – The Dalai Lama is not the name of any individual person. This is a ‘designation’. At present, the Dalai Lama is the 14th Dalai Lama, whose real name is ‘Lhamo Dondurab’. Even before these 13 Dalai Lama has remained.
NO then India in 1914 (English) An attempt was made to a tripartite agreement between the Government of China and Tibet, which was signed by India and Tibet but China did not.
After this, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army entered into Tibet and captured it. Subsequently, China was forced to sign the Tibetan government ‘Seventeen Points Agreement’ and in return, China has said that we will protect the religion (Tibetan Buddhism) of the political system in Tibet.
But China did not do this and they violated this agreement, and China began to erase Tibet’s people’s religion and their culture. In view of this, ‘National Uprising Day’ was organized on March 10, 1959. Where the people of Tibet surrounded the ‘Potala Palace’ in Lasa so that the 14th Dalai Lama’s life was saved. Consequently, the 14th Dalai Lama survived his life at the age of 14, fled from there and came to India via ‘Tawang’. Since then, the religion and culture of Tibet are being eliminated in a planned manner by China, they are being destroyed.
The same time the Dalai Lama receiving Giving 10 Nobel Peace Prize in October 1989 stressed that “the people of Tibet are faced with a systematic and planned strategy aimed at their national and cultural identity of destruction”. Even today, Tibet is struggling against China. And China continues to try to eliminate the so-called religion and culture.
In addition, the Dalai Lama made a proposal to China in which he said that we have to be prepared to be part of China, but Tibet should have complete freedom to follow to choose their government and their religion and culture. Which China has not accepted And China considers the Dalai Lama as a religious teacher and is considered a separatist leader.