Name of Tibet
jkirk at SPRO.NET
Wed Aug 9 13:26:03 UTC 2006
It might be worthwhile to contact BAPS International
there and ask them how they acquired the film. I suspect
it was distributed by one of the main Hindutva organizations
that now have international presence.
(I hasten to add that I know very little
> of BAPS and what I have so far discovered suggests that
> it is a fairly liberal service organization, devoted to
> good works in education and health-care. My reservations
> about aspects of the film are in no intended as a global judgement on
> BAPS or its projects.)
> Although this has no direct connection with
> Dan and Jonathan's query about Tibet,
> the sad fact appears to be that revision of Indian
> history is being pursued aggressively on all possible
> fronts, and that even apparently trivial matters now
> require vigilant assessment.
> Happy fact checking!
> Matthew Kapstein
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