The young all have the same dream : to free Tibet. Some quickly forget this dream, convinced that there are some important things to do, like having a family, earning money, Career etc. Others, though, decide that it really is possible to make a difference in society and to shape the Nation we will hand on to future generations.
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How can we be so arrogant?

The planet is, was and always will be stronger than us, We can't destroy it, if we overstep the mark, the planet will simply erase us from its surface and carry on existing.

Why don't we start talking about not letting the planet destroy us?

Because saving the planet gives a sense of power, action and nobility. Whereas not letting the planet destroy us might lead to feelings of despair and impotence, and to a realization of just how very limited our capabilities are.
Majnu ka Tilla is situated on the right bank of the River Yamuna on the G. T. Road (National Highway-1), opposite Timarpur, Delhi. On Baisakhi Day, the birthday of Khalsa is celebrated here immensely. It is said that a muslim hermit had camped here on a small hill at the edge of the Yamuna during the rule of Sultan Sikander Shah Lodhi. He become very thin by fasting, because he was always lost in meditatation. He even forgets about the world around, so people started relating him to Majnu (crazy). Whenever he was not lost in meditation, he ferry people across the Yamuna in his small boat for free.

One day Guru Nanak Dev Ji, travelling across the Yamuna, came upon Majnu and blessed him. By getting the spiritual knowledge which he was seeking from such a long time, he becames a sincere disciple of Guru Ji. Guru Ji was so delighted with his loyality that He told Majnu that "your name will be immortalized". So in the memory of this Muslim Saint, this place was named Gurdwara Majnu-Ka-Tilla (the hillock of Majnu.
Hi there !!
Hope this site comes handy for anyone looking for information about this place, Mt as it is popularly known among tibetans,is one of major transit for every tibetan in exile and abroad, and for lots of tourist,well.i will update more soon as i get time.
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Yungs
Majnu ka tilla (Mt)
The Tibetan camp, within walking distance of Delhi University, is a unique Tibetan refugee creation. It is completely self-sustaining. It came into existence through hard work and an obstinate refusal to be daunted and overwhelmed by the grinding poverty within the camp and in the surrounding areas.
Dharamsala is considered the heart of the Tibet world. But it is Majnu Ka Tilla that constitutes the commercial centre of the exile community. It is the hub of Tibetan commerce and spreads its limited prosperity along its many spokes to other .

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The  Chinese  rule in Tibet :

More than 1.2 million Tibetans have been killed

Over 6,000 monasteries have been destroyed.

Thousands of Tibetans are still imprisoned for exercising their fundamental rights.

Tibet's natural resources and fragile ecology are being irreversibly destroyed.
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