Special Frontier Force is happy to join the Celebration of “WORLD TIBET DAY” on Monday, July 06, 2015. Millions of Tibetan supporters from all over the world are joining together to observe 80th birthday of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama with a call for ‘FREE TIBET’. Freedom is a natural condition and Tibetans enjoyed a natural sense of Freedom for centuries while foreign powers like Mongols and Manchus had ruled over Tibet without disrupting Tibetan way of life. Tibet asserted independence in 1911 from Manchu China or Ch’ing or Qing Dynasty(1644-1911) and Tibet as a sovereign nation took birth on February 13, 1913. Red China’s military occupation and subjugation of Tibet since 1950s is unjust and The Battle of Right against Might will prevail until the dawn of Freedom in Tibet.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162, USA
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  • The New Indian Express

Call for Free Tibet to Ring out on Monday

By Express News Service

Published: 02nd July 2015 06:16 AM
Last Updated: 02nd July 2015 06:16 AM


THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: City will observe the ‘World Tibet Day’ along with supporters from across the globe on Monday. The World Tibet Day is being observed on the 80th birthday of Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibetans by the Tibet Support Groups and supporters of the mountain country from all over the world.

‘Natana’, the cultural club of Technopark in association with ‘Friends of Tibet’ will be organising the screening of Martin Scorsese’s ‘Kundun’ on Monday. The internationally acclaimed masterpiece will be screened at Travancore Hall, Park Center, Technopark at 6 pm for the Technopark community and the Tibet supporters.

“The film traces the story of Tenzin Gyatso, the XIV Dalai Lama of Tibet, from his divine recognition as a two-and-a-half-year-old child to the day when Tibet was invaded by the Chinese Red Army in 1959, forcing him to live in exile in Dharamshala,” an official communication said.

“The film charts the extraordinary growth of Dalai Lama from a giggling child into a world leader who raised the global consciousness about the Buddhist society, and the plight of Tibet and its people. The film has an evocative music score by Philip Glass. ‘Kundun’ literally means ‘presence,” said an official communication from Friends of Tibet.

Friends of Tibet, one of the principal organisers of ‘World Tibet Day’ worldwide, expects more than 40 countries to join the celebrations with various events and related activities. This is the first World Tibet Day observed after the demise of Richard Rosenkranz, the founder of ‘World Tibet Day’ Foundation. Richard Rosenkranz passed away on October 9, 2014 after a brief illness. Rosenkranz, a Pulitzer Prize nominee in history and a former correspondent from the US Senate, was instrumental in making World Tibet Day one of the most important events in the Tibetan Calendar.

“One positive action each of us can take is to urge the government and elected representatives to approach the Chinese Government on behalf of the Tibetan people in order to restore its lost religious, social and political freedom. One of our goals on World Tibet Day is to put pressure on decision makers in China to agree to negotiations with the Tibetan government in exile in India without any preconditions,” said Sethu Das, director, World Tibet Day Foundation,

With World Tibet Day observance in 2015, WTD Foundation is hoping that Tibet Support Groups and Tibetan Associations would join the event. For more details visit welcome to world tibet day website

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