Tibetan monks who follow the traditional Buddhist practice of Dorje Shugden, having been outcast once from their homeland Tibet, now find themselves outcast once more - from their own exiled community.
Since 1996, exiled Tibetan monasteries in India have been split by the Dalai Lama’s ban on their Deity. Religious persecution by their own government, which the Dalai Lama himself ordered and continues to support, has destroyed these monks’ religious freedom, their livelihood and their community. They live in fear of their lives - exiles in exile.
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