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Dalai may refer to:

  • Dalai Lama
  • Dalai nuur, a lake in Inner Mongolia, China
  • Dalai (Tanzanian ward), a region in Tanzania
Dalai (Tanzanian ward)

Dalai is an administrative ward in the Kondoa district of the Dodoma Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 13,115.

Usage examples of "dalai".

Lhasa, found himself occupying in the entourage of the young Dalai Lama.

All the nobles in Tibet are ranked in seven classes, to the first of which only the Dalai Lama belongs.

Forty years ago the Dalai Lama was obliged to flee before the Chinese into India, and Tsarong then rendered his master valuable service.

A summons from the Dalai Lama or the regent had precedence over all other considerations.

They had lived at Amdo as simple peasants until their son was recognized as the Incarnation of the Dalai Lama.

Our minister had received special permission from the Dalai Lama to wear them in the office.

With measured steps the Dalai Lama began his solemn circuit of the Parkhor.

There is keen competition between the stables, but when the Dalai Lama or a minister has a horse running, it is obvious that he has got to come in first.

I had already noticed that all the guests at parties hid themselves when the figure of the Dalai Lama appeared walking on the flat roof of the palace.

These are the only persons, except his parents and brothers and sisters, who have the right of speech with the Dalai Lama.

Great Procession, when the Dalai Lama is carried into the city to visit the cathedral.

I lived alone, and my independence proved a great advantage when subsequently I came into close contact with the Dalai Lama.

These latter were always answered, and the answers conveyed the blessing and good wishes of the Dalai Lama, and sometimes a present of money.

Buddha, leaning slightly forward, the Dalai Lama was sitting on a throne covered with costly brocade.

An eager, boyish smile lit up the charming face of the Dalai Lama, and his hand raised in blessing was laid for an instant on my head.