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In a historic first. two Karmapa Lamas meet in Paris and promise to work together

The two Karmapa Lamas, competing heads of Tibetan Buddism's oldest and biggest sect, Karma Kagyu, , Ogyen Trinley Dorje  and Trinley Thaye Dorje met over the last few days in Paris. Besides knowing each other, they resolved to work together to promote the Karma Kagyu sect. What is not clear is who organised the meeting and its implications on Tibetan Buddhism in a post-Dalai Lama world. 

In a historic first, two Karmapa Lamas meet in Paris and promise to work together

The two Karmapa Lamas, competing heads of Tibetan Buddism's oldest and biggest sect, Karma Kagyu, , Ogyen Trinley Dorje  and Trinley Thaye Dorje met over the last few days in Paris. Besides knowing each other, they resolved to work together to promote the Karma Kagyu sect. What is not clear is who organised the meeting and its implications on Tibetan Buddhism in a post-Dalai Lama world.