The World of the Dalai Lama: An Inside Look at His Life, His People, and His Vision

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Quest Books, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
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With stirring text and striking color photographs, this intimate portrait shows the Dalai Lama in his many roles, from his childhood in Old Tibet to his current life on the world stage. A bonus is a personal interview with the Dalai Lama in which he speaks candidly about his reaction to the recent films about his life. 158 color, 27 b/w photographs.
 

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Contents

THE DALAI LAMA
88
part two A PORTRAIT Chapter ten
119
A NEW LIFE IN INDIA
143
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About the author (1998)

Gill Farrer-Halls is a practicing Buddhist who has spent time studying in India and Nepal during her career. She has published several Buddhism-related books as well as those focused on alternative therapies. Besides writing, Gill is a producer for London's Meridian Trust Buddhist Film and Video Archive, and she teaches aromatherapy, meditation, and spiritual-awareness workshops. Artist and writer Robert Beer is well-known for his colorful and detailed illustrations. He has studied and practiced Tibetan art for more than 30 years. His works appear in several hundred books on Tibetan Buddhist art and religion.

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