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His Holiness the Dalai Lama's two days event in Budapest sold out

September 9, 2010

Free webcast of the teaching and public talk
September 6, 2010

Translation from Hungarian

Budapest, 6 September 2010 -- The Organizing
Committee of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit
to Budapest are very happy to announce that the
tickets for the two days Buddhist teachings and
public talk by His Holiness the Dalai Lama are
completely sold out. We are exited by the
tremendous public interest and support in His
Holiness the Dalai Lama and his message of love, kindness and compassion.

For the 18 and 19 September weekend event, about
22,400 tickets have been sold (the venue’s daily
seating capacity are 11,200 people). Daily we
continue to receive request for tickets. People
from 32 countries have purchase tickets. Large
numbers of people are arriving from Russia,
Romanian and Transylvania. As it is impossible to
accommodate more seats in the Papp László
Budapest Sport Arena, the visit’s Organising
Committee will provide live webcast of the two
days event free of charge. For details kindly
visit the official visit’s website

We are extremely happy that the General Assembly
of the City of Budapest has unanimously voted on
26 August to award His Holiness the Dalai Lama
the prestigious Honorary Citizenship Award. We
the Hungarian Buddhist Communities would like to
express our gratitude to the General Assembly of the City of Budapest.

The forthcoming visit by His Holiness the Dalai
Lama to Hungary will be the seventh time. The
first visit was nearly thirty years ago in 1982.
His Holiness the Dalia Lama will arrive in
Budapest on 17 September evening and leave on 21 September morning.

Organising Committee

The Dalai Lama live on the web via live
interactive free broadcast at

All the 22400 seats were sold out for the Dalai
Lama teachings this September. To enable everyone
to take part will provide their
unique solution to broadcast the event live on
the web. It will be free and interactive.

(I-Newswire) September 6, 2010 - All 22,000
tickets sold out -- a solution emerged

All the seats were sold out at the newest sport
stadium in Hungary. The mailboxes of the
organizers became full with emails begging for
more tickets to hear His Holiness The Dalai Lama giving a speech this month.

" has offered their unique solution to
broadcast the speech live on the web and we have
jumped on the possibility. This will be a ground
breaking event for the Dalai Lama, as this way
everybody can watch his teachings!" ? said Zsolt
Baloogh, member of the Organizing Committee.

Live interactive webcast
The live broadcast will be available in six
languages, and repeated 10 hours later so people
in any time zone of the Globe can watch it conveniently.

"The webcast will be interactive as the visitors
can chat and instantly comment on what they see
and what they hear. This will be a truly unique
community event! - said Dr. Jeno Torocsik founder of

On September 18th and 19th not only the 22,400
ticket holders but many more around the world,
will be able to get the amazing experience of
seeing and hearing His Holiness the Dalai Lama live and all free!

"We will tremendously increase the number of
viewers with the help of We are
glad that His Holiness representatives has
supported the idea and especially glad that the
broadcast will be free of charge." -- said Zsolt
Balogh, member of the Organizing Committee.

Just 10% of the ticket buyers are Buddhists, so
90% of the attendees are coming to hear His
Holiness regardless of their religion or beliefs

"It is great honor that he will talk to the whole
world from Hungary. Hungarians have always lead
in innovation, it is a country that gave the
highest number of Nobel Laureates per capita to
the world." - said Dr. Jeno Torocsik founder of

A Spiritual meeting point
People around the whole world will form a
spiritual net around the globe by watching His
Holiness the Dalai Lama and interacting with each other on

About His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is both the
temporal and the spiritual leader of the Tibetan
people. He frequently states that his life is
guided by three major commitments: the promotion
of basic human values or secular ethics in the
interest of human happiness, the fostering of
inter-religious harmony and the welfare of the
Tibetan people, focusing on the survival of their
identity, culture and religion.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama is the Ambassador of
peace. In 1989 he was awarded the Nobel Peace
Prize for his non-violent struggle for the
liberation of Tibet. He has consistently
advocated policies of non-violence, even in the
face of extreme aggression. He is well known for
his concerns for global environmental problems.

The teachings His Holiness will take place on
September 18th and 19th. It consists of An
Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism, Blessing and
Initiation, and Compassion: The Art of Happiness.
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