Despite our geographic separation from India, we are similar, according to CTA's Penpa Tsering, Sikyong

Penpa Tsering: Understanding the Sino-Tibet conflict is of utmost importance . He said understanding the Sino-Tibet conflict was of utmost importance .

Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh) India November 25: Penpa Tsering, Sikyong of Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), said on Thursday that although the two countries are separated by boundaries, they are still the same.Despite the fact that our countries are separated by fences, we are very much the same.We have the same language and faith that define our way of life and religion.We may seem different in the sense of being Tibetan, but our minds, our faith, and our language have all been influenced by India.

Former Prime Minister in exile Prof Samdhing Rinpoche, as well as many other officials gathered here to attend the workshop.Prof Kuldeep Agnigotri, the former vice chancellor of CU, will speak with Swami Satyanand Stokes Samman at the lunchtime.Tsering siad said that understanding the Sino-Tibet conflict was of utmost importance.According to him, the event was aimed at assisting Kuldeep Chand Agnihotri (the current VC of the university) and also to begin a dialogue on Tibet.

In his address to Sat Prakash Bansal, Vice Chancellor of the Central University of Himachal Pradesh, said that this conference is extremely important for recognizing the current challenges facing Tibetans.We're also planning to establish a center for Buddhist studies.At the central university here, we will also conduct certificate and diploma courses in Tibetan studies...In a very significant decision, the Central University of Himachal Pradesh is planning to partner with the International Buddhist Federation, and in February we hope to have the support of his Holiness the Dalai Lama, as well as other officials from seven different nations.

In Himachal, we are attempting to foster Buddhist culture as well as Buddhist circuits.This would be extremely helpful to us all.

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