Dalailama

https://dalailamacenter.org/
https://dalailamacenter.org/about/affiliated-organizations
https://changebydoing.com/tag/dalai-lama/
https://www.dalailamatrust.org/
https://www.dalailama.com
https://www.dalailama.com/office/contact
https://www.dalailama.com/videos
https://tibet.net/
https://www.sos-usa.org/about-sos/sos-supporters/dalai-lama
https://fpmt.org/education/buddhism-faq/

https://www.volunteerinindia.com/contact-us/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/ - done reading
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/about-ehsaas/ - done reading
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/volunteer-project/ - done reading (mainly about the medicine man project)
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/volunteer-experience/ - done reading
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/responsible-volunteering/ - done reading
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/voluntourism/ - done reading
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/why-us/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/traditional-medicine/ - done reading
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/application/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/blog/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/2014/07/dealing-seasons-india-part-1/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/2014/08/table-manners-indian-table/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/2014/07/stuffed-indian-bread-paranthe-must-delhi/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/2014/06/how-to-pack-right-for-india/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/2013/12/when-dreams-become-reality/
https://www.volunteerinindia.com/2017/02/mountains-dharamsala-himachal-pradesh/

https://www.dalailamainstitute.edu.in/contact/

https://www.volunteerinindia.com/responsible-volunteering/

http://dalailamafoundation.org/contact-us/ - Redwood City

https://www.dalailamainstitute.edu.in/volunteer/

Be kind whenever possible.  It is always possible.

Our prime purpose in this life is to help others.  And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them.

If you have a sense of caring for others, you will manifest a kind of inner strength in spite  of your own 
difficulties and problems. With this strength, your own problems will seem less significant and bothersome 
to you. By going beyond your own problems and taking care of others, you gain inner strength, 
self-confidence, courage, and a greater sense of calm.

Volunteering in India:

  1. Do not over commit yourself. Try to have fun while volunteer.
  2. Do not over eat. Give your body at least 2-3 days to get accustomed to the Indian food and spices. So for the first couple of days take extra precautions.
  3. Traffic, Transport, Holy cow and Beggars. Cows are holy. There is a lot of poverty in India as well, and hence you will see quite a lot of people begging in the streets too. Try and carry 5-10 rupee denomination notes with you when you are in India. Let’s face it you are going to give money to beggars in India so if you want to give; be smart about it. Try and give money when you are about to get in the car or leaving the place. Unless of course you want to feel like a celebrity.

Cost through VolunteerInIndia:

1930 USD for 6 weeks, not including visa, air fare, travel insurance, vaccination, and other personal expenses. https://www.volunteerinindia.com/volunteer-project/

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