The Tibetan National Martyrs Memorial is a black obelisk in Dharamsala, the Indian hill station that serves as the headquarters of exiled Tibetans who have fled their Chinese-dominated native land. Usually the narrow monument is surrounded by means of a colorful tangle of Tibetan prayer flags. Tibet turned into a small, peaceful and impartial kingdom, literally on pinnacle of the world. In 1950, its fortunes modified while the People’s Republic of China invaded it. Nine years after the invasion, the Tibetans revolted, however were put down through the Chinese.
Subsequently, the Dalai Lama, the spiritual and political leader of Tibet, fled the united states of america along with some 80,000 followers. The Union government provided them refuge at McLeodganj in Himachal Pradesh, in which the Dalai Lama installation the government of Tibet in exile. The city became his reliable residence, and home to thousands of Tibetan refugees. Driven out from their own homes, seething with a silent inner rage, this population in exile lives through three demands Free Tibet, Release the Panchen Lama and permit His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, go back to Tibet.