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Buddhadharma : Summer 2016
summer 2016 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly 69 THE FIRST OF THE RECENT SELF-IMMOLATIONS I know of occurred in 1997 in New Delhi—the elderly Tibetan ex-monk Thupten Ngodrup immolated his body in protest after the Indian police broke up his hunger strike by dragging him and other strikers off to receive intravenous force-feeding in a hospital. His Holiness the Dalai Lama was on his way to the U.S. at the time, but he got to the hospital where the bandage-mummified Ngodrup was lying, barely conscious, in the process of dying from the burns. His Holiness told me he whispered reviews review by robert thurman rOBert tHUrman is the Jey tsong Khapa Professor of indo-tibetan Buddhist Studies at columbia University and president of tibet House US. tibet on Fire Self-Immolation, 2012 by Tashi Norbu Mixed media on canvas, acrylic, scriptures, Indian ink