According to a story published on the Website english.news.mn the next Dalai Lama could be from Mongolia. The website has said that accoridng to a report published in newspaper Undesnii Shuudan a nine-year-old boy from Mongolia has been determined to be the successor to His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
The Dalai Lama, 76, has said on numerous occasions that he won’t incarnate in China controlled Tibet. China had banned the incarnation of Dalai Lama earlier this year. The website says that His Holiness wants his successor to be determined while he is still alive.
The Dalai Lama is quoted to have said that the fate of Tibet would be determined by his successor. The Chinese government has made its intentions clear to weaken and then eliminate the institution of the Dalai Lama time and again. His Holiness expects interfere of the Middle Kingdom with the selection of the 15th Dalai Lama.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama has said according to the newspaper, the website says, that the successor was chosen from among 300 children from Nepal, India, Mongolia, and Khalimag.
The Dalai Lama is highly revered in Mongolia. He visits Mongolia from time to time, and when that happens, the Chinese close the border in protest.
While the paper reports the chosen boy is from Mongolia, his name and location have not been revealed. The newspaper is also reporting that His Holiness the Dalai Lama is planning to visit Mongolia.
iSikkim.com could not verify the story from its sources until this story went online. There is no official confirmation of this story from any reliable source till now.
Currently His Holiness the Dalai Lama is on the tour of Argentinian city of Buenous Aires. He addressed two packed audiences of 6,500 each in Buenos Aires on Thursday. The Dalai Lama also gave an interview with Ms. Susana Giménez, whose program is considered one of the best in the history of television in Argentina. During the interview, His Holiness dealt with various questions ranging from ethics and morality, social problems including wide spread corruption, role of media in mitigating social problems, and retirement of the Dalai Lama. Later at Luna Park Stadium, he gave a public talk on “Finding Happiness in the Troubled Times’ for 6,500 people for almost an hour and half. His Holiness spoke about Mind Training in general and later went through the text of Seven Point Mind Training composed by Geshe Chekawa in 12th century and explained the meaning of each and every sentences.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama will fly tomorrow morning to Sao Paulo, where he has a program tomorrow afternoon to address the industrial and business leaders of Brazil.
(With inputs from the dalailama.com)