\u0f63\u0fb7\u0f0b\u0f58\u0f7c\u0f0b\u0f51\u0f7c\u0f53\u0f0b\u0f60\u0f42\u0fb2\u0f74\u0f56\u0f0d born on 6 July 1935 in Taktser to Choekyong Tsering and Gyalyum Chenmo. He is a citizen of Tibet, People's Republic of China and Republic of China (1912–49). Tenzin Gyatso was educated at University of Melbourne and University of British Columbia. He lives at McLeod Ganj, Potala Palace and Norbulingka.
He is a spiritual leader of Tibet known for his work on Universal Responsibility and the Good Heart.
He has six siblings Tsering Dolma, Jetsun Pema, Gyalo Thondup, Thubten Jigme Norbu, Lobsang Samten and Ngari Rinpoché.
Tenzin Gyatso has worked as a bhikkhu, Lama and politician. He has has won Nobel Peace Prize, honorary Canadian citizenship, Ramon Magsaysay Award, Erik Byes Memorial Prize, Templeton Prize, Four Freedoms Award - Freedom Medal, Philadelphia Liberty Medal, James Parks Morton Interfaith Award, Peace Prize of Hesse, Congressional Gold Medal, Dr. Leopold Lucas Prize, Honorary Citizen of Warsaw, Honorary citizen of Rome, Honarary citizen of Budapest, Order of the White Lotus, Order of the Tyva Republic, Order of the Smile, honorary doctor of the University of Santiago, Chile and honorary doctor of the University of Tartu.
Tenzin Gyatso has held the position of Dalai Lama and member of the National People's Congress.
He is also known as Lhamo Dondrub, Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin Gyatso and Dalai Lama.