The Dalai Lama, right, was welcomed Sunday by Geshe Kalsang Rapgyal, left, executive director of Louisville's Drepung Gomang Institute, and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer at the Yum Center.
The Dalai Lama, right, was welcomed Sunday by Geshe Kalsang Rapgyal, left, executive director of Louisville's Drepung Gomang Institute, and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer at the Yum Center. Herald-Leader
The Dalai Lama, right, was welcomed Sunday by Geshe Kalsang Rapgyal, left, executive director of Louisville's Drepung Gomang Institute, and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer at the Yum Center. Herald-Leader

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