Three Tibetan Buddhist monks at Dip-Tse-Chok-Ling Monastery in Dharamsala, India. With more than 6500 Tibetan Buddhist monasteries destroyed in Tibet after the 1959 Chinese invasion many of the monks and lamas have fled their homeland. New monasteries such as Dip-Tse-Chok-Ling Monastery in Dharamsala India have been rebuilt to house the exiled refugees and the new generation of enthusiastic young monks.

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Three Tibetan Buddhist monks at Dip-Tse-Chok-Ling Monastery in Dharamsala, India. With more than 6500 Tibetan Buddhist monasteries destroyed in Tibet after the 1959 Chinese invasion many of the monks and lamas have fled their homeland. New monasteries such as Dip-Tse-Chok-Ling Monastery in Dharamsala India have been rebuilt to house the exiled refugees and the new generation of enthusiastic young monks.
  • Date: 20 May 2009
  • Location: India
  • Filename: AWright_I_TI_RR_5594.jpg
  • Image size: 5016x3421 pixels