New Delhi: Today is the Prime Minister's birthday. In such a situation, they are getting congratulations from all sides. One of the names on the same list is Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama. He also greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 71st birthday today, Friday. In fact, he has praised him for taking the country forward despite challenges like the Covid-19 epidemic. Under the information received, Dalai Lama has written a letter to PM Modi.
In this letter, he wrote, "I extend my heartiest greetings to you on your birthday. May you live a long healthy life. As a person who cares deeply about this country, I congratulate you on the growing confidence that you have achieved despite challenges like the Covid-19 epidemic that have affected people around the world. As the most populous democratic nation in the world, India's success not only benefits the people of India but also contributes to the development of the world as a whole.''
At the same time, he has further written: "I am confident that centuries-old Indian traditions of not causing harm, non-violence supported by the inspiration of compassion, are not only relevant but are essential in today's world. I also believe that these principles can be easily linked with education for the wider benefit of modern humanity.'' Further, the Dalai Lama further wrote: "Whenever I get an opportunity to do so, I regularly appreciate India's strong democracy, its deep-rooted religious pluralism, its remarkable harmony, stability. For Tibetans living in exile, India is not only our spiritual refuge but has also been our physical home for more than 62 years. May I again take the opportunity to express my deep gratitude to the people of the Government of India for the warmth that we have received with generous hospitality?''