Discovery, Recognition and Enthronement of the 14th Dalai Lama
The Discovery, Recognition and Enthronement of Tibetan Lamas have always been mystical and strange for the westerners but at the same time it is extremely interesting and fascinating. This book contains three accounts written by persons who have witnessed the actual happening during the Discover, Recognition and Enthronement of the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet.
The first part is an eye witness account by Khemey Sonam Wangdu, who was a civil servant of the then Government of Tibet and assistant to the officer who led the search party to the Amdo region.
The second part Tibetan Lamas in Western Eyes was written by Hugh E. Richardson, one if the world's leading authorities on Tibet, her history and culture. He lived in Lhasa for nine years between 1936-1950, heading the British and later the Indian Mission there.
It is hoped that this book will portray a true picture of traditional Tibetan methods followed in Discovering the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet and of the actual events which took place during that time.
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