Dalai Lama: We should create Union of World & demilitarise it
Hyderabad: The Dalai Lama feels that instead of building walls like the US president Donald Trump, nations should engage in dialogue to resolve differences and form a 'Union' for peaceful co-existence. He also said that all countries should develop the 'spirit' of the European Union (EU) in joining together.
Hyderabad: The Dalai Lama feels that instead of building walls like the US president Donald Trump, nations should engage in dialogue to resolve differences and form a 'Union' for peaceful co-existence. He also said that all countries should develop the "spirit" of the European Union (EU) in joining together.
"I am one of the admirers of European Union. I often express that EU spirit eventually should develop in African Union. Eventually Latin America, I think, should develop one Union. Also sometimes I feel, the new President of America (Donald Trump), you see, create a wall and I feel Mexico should be a part of United States, I feel," he said.
Delivering a talk on 'Ethics, Values and Wellbeing' here, the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader said, "Latin America some Union, eventually Asia. Two giants of Asia — China and India, and then Japan, Bangladesh eventually create some Union. Eventually, we should create Union of World and demilitarised the world.
"In order to achieve demilitarised world, we must make effort to create spirit of dialogue, it is practical way. The best method is dialogue, whenever some different interest or different view happen, through dialogue and talk we can resolve," he said stressing on the need to make the 21st century as the century of dialogue.
He further said that India is an example to rest of the world given its rich tradition where all major religions live together with mutual respect "though occasionally some problems (happen), that is understandable."
The Dalai Lama said the Indian psychology, when compared with modern psychology, is highly developed. "Modern psychology looks like KG level when compared to Indian psychology," he said. Though he felt that now modern India is too much westernised, he said "Now the time has come, young Indians should pay more attention to thousands of years of ancient Indian knowledge."
The incident occurred hours after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had assured that those attacking Hindu temples would be hunted down and punished
Bangladesh: Goons attack Hindu temples during Durga Puja celebrations, three killed; paramilitary deployed
The bdnews24.com news website reported that after allegations of blasphemy, a local temple in Cumilla, about 100 kms from Dhaka, became the centre of a social media storm on Wednesday.
Tripura political parties, civil society condemn Bangladesh violence; CM Deb hopes Hasina takes proper action
Vandalisation continues in the neighbouring state of Bangladesh, with Hindu-owned temples and shops damaged and Hindus attacked in parts of the country