The Story of Tibet: The Lost Paradise

  • Shubham Paul
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  • Shubham Paul

    Student at Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, India

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There was burden on the heart of His Holiness Dalai Lama that what would be the fate of Tibetan culture and its people. How would one survive when your home is taken away from you? This is a story of a civilization protecting its distinct identity, culture and still continues its fight against the oppressive regime to get basic human rights. Here, in this paper, we have tried to cover every sphere of Tibetan issue. The purpose is to give a complete overview of Tibetan history and polity. This is the story of a refugee community who with almost nothing started from scratch and now due to their sheer commitment, dedication and hard work have emerged as the most successful and self-dependent refugees in the world. Today His Holiness has become a prominent figure and a noble peace prize winner who has inspired millions. This is just a small attempt to shed some light on this important issue and keep the point of Tibetans in front of the world. This paper is just a small part of the campaign to end illegal occupation in Tibet and to protect and support the basic human rights of Tibetans. The country once a teacher of Asia became a hegemony of China. Why did this happen? Why the world is still silent over this visible oppression and grave injustice? These are the questions that the world still needs to answer.



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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, Page 1445 - 1456


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