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31 January, 2006

On the 57th Anniversary of the death of Gandhi

Speaking in Pathankot, India on the 57th anniversary of the death of Mahatma Gandhi [info], the Dalai Lama called the thinking of the martyred father of India "...more relevant today...", and said that "...people around the globe are finding his gospels of truth and non-violence more conducive to harmony and peaceful co-existence... There is a need to re-invent Gandhi at home in India in the present context." As reported in a Zee News story, the Dalai Lama asked the country not to deviate from its ancient spiritual tradition despite materialistic progress and development, which also had its fallout. "In the rush of information technology, the human mind has lost its inner peace, which cannot be attained without spiritual growth," he said.

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