Dalai Lama honoured with Ladakh’s highest civilian award

Tibetan religious chief Dalai Lama was honoured with the ‘dPal rNgam Duston’ award — the very best civilian honour of Ladakh — for his immense contribution to humanity, particularly in the direction of the union territory, an official stated on Saturday.

The sixth award was conferred by Ladakh Autonomous Hill Growth Council (LAHDC), Leh which celebrated the ‘dPal rNgam Duston’ with nice fervour on the event of its basis day at Sindhu Ghat on Friday.

The 87-year-old religious chief, who’s on a go to to the union territory since July 15, appreciated the gesture and careworn sustaining communal concord within the area.

“Ladakh and Tibet are linked by the mighty Indus River together with spiritual and cultural similarities,” he stated, including the altering climatic situation is a significant reason for concern and urged everybody to be environmentally acutely aware of their act.

MP Jamyang Tsering Namgyal stated Ladakh is blessed to have the chance to bestow its highest award to the 14th Dalai Lama on the auspicious event.

He additionally expressed gratitude to the LAHDC headed by Tashi Gyalson for the honour bestowed on the religious chief as a real reflection of the love, respect and dedication of the folks of Ladakh in the direction of the torch bearer of peace, kindness and compassion.

Each MP and Gyalson appealed for the conferment of the very best civilian award ‘Bharat Ratna’ on the Dalai Lama.

Advisor Umang Narula stated, the ‘dPal rNgam Duston’ marks the celebration of the exceptional contribution and achievement of the heroes of Ladakh and seeks to instill a way of pleasure within the youthful technology.

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