The Point: What’s life like for a living Buddha in Tibet?

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Tulku Koondhor was only four years old when he was reincarnated as a Living Buddha in the Qamdo Prefecture in eastern Tibet in 1956. He left Tibet three years later and decided to move back in 2011. Why did he return to Tibet? How has life been ever since? This is the special episode of The Point marking 70 years of peaceful liberation of Tibet.

Guest: Jewon Koondhor Rinpoche, Sixth Living Buddha, Jampaling Monastery, Tibet Autonomous Region

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