May 11, 2020
   Posted in Reports from CTA Offices
Published By Bureau Reporter
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Geshe Ngawang Thinley, Sera Jey Tehor Khangtsen contributes 10 lakh rupees to needy Tibetans in South India through the Chief Representative Office, Bangalore.

Dharamshala: Geshe Ngawang Thinley of Sera Jey Tehor Khangtsen contributed 10 lakh rupees towards the needy Tibetans in the five major Tibetan settlements in South India, according to the Chief Representative Office, South Zone.

The relief money of Rs 5000 was distributed to the needy Tibetans in the presence of the Chief Representative Chophel Thupten, respective Settlement Officers, Geshe Thupten Thapkey and representatives of Tehor Khangtsen, Sera Jey. Destitute elders and infirm health were also provided with relief money.

39 Tibetans under the jurisdiction of the Chief Representative Office including students, individuals running small businesses and those working were given 5000 each.

In total, over 10 lakh rupees were distributed for the relief of the needy Tibetans.

The Chief Representative Office, on behalf of the Tibetan people, expressed gratitude to Geshe Ngawang Thinlay for his generous initiative.

Relief money distributed to needy Tibetans in Dickey Larsoe Tibetan settlement.

Representative of Geshe Ngawang Thinley distributing the relief money to needy Tibetans in Hunsur.

Relief money distributed to needy Tibetans in Lugsung Samdupling Tibetan settlement, Bylakuppe.

Kollegal Settlement Officer distributes relief money to the needy Tibetans.


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