After a controversy over a kissing video, the Dalai Lama apologizes to the youngster and his family.

    After a controversy over a kissing video, the Dalai Lama apologizes to the youngster and his family., Axpert Media

    The Dalai Lama, the world’s most revered Tibetan spiritual leader,
    apologized on Monday to the youngster and his family, and to his
    many friends throughout the world, for any harm his actions may have

    “His Holiness often teases people he meets in an innocent and playful
    way, even in public and before cameras. He regrets the incident,”
    According to a statement issued quoting the Dalai Lama.

    A video clip has gone viral of a recent encounter in which the small kid
    requested the Dalai Lama “whether he may give him a hug.”

    In front of a large crowd and the child’s parents, the Dalai Lama next instructed the kid to “suck his tongue.”

    The video has sparked outrage throughout the world.

    Nonetheless, supporters of holy monks think His Holiness has a particular connection with the young brains. For him, the children of this generation are the world’s primary protectors and peacekeepers.

    “My advice or rather appeal to the children is to focus on reducing this
    social disparity. Whether one is a socialist or not, one must think for
    the greater good of humanity,” When addressing online earlier at the
    Fair Sharing for Children Conference, the Dalai Lama was cited as

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    According to sympathizers, putting out one’s tongue is a gesture of
    respect or agreement in Tibetan culture and was frequently employed
    as a welcome.

    This practice has a lengthy history. Brad Pitt’s character in the film
    ‘Seven Years in Tibet’ comes across a swarm of Tibetans who all stick
    out their tongues at him at the exact same moment.

    The Dalai Lama comforting a young survivor during his November
    2011 visit to the tsunami-ravaged region of Sendai in Japan recalls his
    saying, “Since a child cannot survive without the care of others, love is
    its most crucial nourishment,” remarked a close aide of the Dalai
    Lama, while clarifying misinformation spread on social media.

    According to IANS, the traveling the world holy monk is frequently seen blessing expecting moms by placing his hand on their baby bulge.

    Krishnaanand nishad
    Axpert Media has been for more than a year, a provider in India's digital journalism. Founded & CEO Krishnaanand lalabahadur nishad

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