01-15-2015, 08:14 PM
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalailama today expressed concern about violence experienced in parts of the world arena, said the best thing to stop it is to value education from the next generation.
The Noble Peace Prize winner was speaking at a seminar at the University of Tumakuru BR Ambedkar Studies Centre organized in association with J varisty Sera monastic Bylakuppe, a Tibetan refugee camp in Karnataka.
Said base value education can stop youth going against the law of the land and ensure a healthy next generation.
"It is important that ethical and other issues as to lead the youth on the right path is included in university education and the parents of the students and parents must do more to instill good habbits among adolescents," he said.
The spiritual guru said that the world can take India as an example of how people live in different communities and sects. "India is a little world in itself. Others can learn how to live peacefully in this country to help develop themselves." But this practice Peace be important, "he said.
Mr. Dalai Lama expressed concern about global warming and the environment affected in different ways that you can stop. So people need to be informed on the level of Nau21 while the government can form the best guidelines to protect the environment.
Expressed happiness practitioners of Buddhism, whether Indian or foreign, happily living in the country.