Dalai Lama Personality

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Introduction:
Dalai lamas are the important monks (person who spends life in practicing religious activities and lives under certain rules like chastity, self-denial, poverty and obedience) of the Gelug (the newest school of Tibetan Buddhism created by Je Tsongkhapa (a famous teacher of Tibetan Buddhism ). But the serious of Dalai Lamas didn’t stop to the first or second or third, in fact there are 14 Dalai Lamas and serious is supposed to be continued.
14th Dalai Lama:
The 14th Dalai Lama also known as Tenzin Gyatso, is the current Dalai Lama, and was born in Takster Village (Republic of China) on 6th July 1935 to a farming family. He was formally selected as the 14th Dalai Lama in 1937 and for his extra ordinary services he received a Noble
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Focus on human happiness with human values and basic ethics.
2. The growth of welfare and inter-religious harmony of Tibetan community.
3. Focusing more on the identity, values, culture and beliefs of Tibetan community.

Personality traits and characteristics of Dalai Lama:
Following are the characteristics and traits shown by Dalai Lama:
1. Born leader:
Dalai Lama, from the start of his life showed that he is a born leader. A prominent of example of this can be, when he was announced as an incarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama at the age of 2.
2. Democratic qualities:
Dalai Lama, because of his this personality trait, didn’t make decisions all alone. In fact he tried and included all his followers to participate in decision making to decide what to do and how to do it.

3. Unselfishness
Dalai Lama, from the start of his hardships, compromised on himself and his wishes too. For the sake for Tibetan people and community and their independence, Dalai Lama at the time of exile, spent his life in Dharmsala, India.

4. Transformational
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He has the quality of inspiration and has clear vision of the wellbeing of his people. He involved his people so that they feel self-value and heavily emphasizes on rethinking.

5. Cultural qualities
He, during the critical situation, showed that he has extra abilities to resolve critical and uncertain situations. At many critical circumstances, he used media to bring changes in his society. Moreover, he promote and heavily focus on the cultural activities of Tibetan community.
6. Peace and harmony
Dalai Lama, by showing altruism concept devoted his whole life towards the betterment of people, while bringing peace and harmony among the people of
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