Reputation: The Dalai Lama Of Tibet

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According to "Merriam Webster" dictionary explanation, “Reputation” is "the common opinion that people have about someone or something". It is how we think of a particular person. It can be good or bad, either one. For example, Stalin and Hitler were dictators with negative reputations which remain until today; on the other hand, Mahatma Gandhi has a positive reputation because of his fight for freedom and peace. Reputation is built of a special and unique personality, achievement, and effect that a particular person has or had over people, or sometimes, the continuation of a certain traditional practices gives someone a special reputation, which is the case with the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Dalai Lama is the spiritual father and teacher of Buddhism in Tibet; he is a monk who has a very high position within his people and followers. Tenzin Gyatso is currently the fourteenth Dalai Lama of Tibet. …show more content…
He is considered to be a very holly person, the controller of the rules, traditions of Buddhism and protector of their religious beliefs. It is a different culture with different thinking about the world. Many factors contributed to the Dalai Lama’s fame and reputation in Tibet. He is the man of wisdom and knowledge. According to Helen Waterhouse (2008): “Tibetans respect and praises him as their 'God-king', even if he wasn't the most wise man.” The matter here is related to a traditional religious practice. The current Dalai Lama published many books about different topics. All these good features and efforts contributed to his fame and made him the great man of

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