What do you think about Tibetan refugees living in Mcleod Ganj?

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#1 Nov 23rd, 2010, 12:01
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Hello,
The reason why I write down this story is the “WARNING” about some cunning Tibetan refugee Guys living Mcleod Ganj.

Before the beginning, I don’t mean every Tibetan refugee guys are not like that and there must be a true love between a refugee and a western girl.

This story is from my acquaintance. And she is having pretty tough times because the Tibetan refugee guy she loved totally con her.

In this writing, my acquaintance will be A and the cunning Tibetan refugee guy will be B.

A met B in Mcleod Ganj last year. He treated her like he fell in love at first sight and came onto A with fake sweet words. A who was so naive already knew there were so many Tibetan refugee guys waiting for western girls who could get them out of India, but she thought he was different because he had a job in field of Art & Design and made money. He always treated her like a princess, so A totally believed B really loved her.

After A spent times with B, A came back to US. They kept their relationship, even though they lived so far away. B sometimes asked her when she could get a green card or told her she made bigger money than him. Actually, she has a only working visa in US. But, she never minded it, because she believed that they would live together a few years later.

She went to see him this summer, and she started to feel he changed a bit. But she thought that was like a usual little change between couple. She just believed him.
After she came back to US, She totally felt he changed, and he said he wanted to find another opportunity, a girl. She asked him he had another girl. And he said yes. Moreover, he said the girl working at Embassy and believed she can get him out of there as soon as possible.
So, A was dumped.

2 months was passed, and she is pretty fine now and try to keep good memories. But, she got an email from him accidentally. The one sentence made her go crazy.
“ You’ll know this break up is benefit to you.”

Benefit….
Finally, she felt all about him was totally fake.
She asked him that he tried to make her his girl friend in purpose and it is true he pretended to love her and dumped her as soon as the girl having an ability to get him out of there.
And then, he didn’t deny it.
She is in fear because the love, memories are all fake.

She was totally used and conned.

He told her love her about an 2 months ago, and tried to keep in touch with her, even though he was going to see another girl. but He said the girl was his oppurtunity and wanted to get that oppurtunity.
Now he is “in relationship with” the other girl on his facebook. Moreover, He got rid of another his facebook with some traces with her. It’s been a only 2 month since they broke up.

Do you think his love is true for the girl working at an Embassy, indeed?
There is nobody who doesn’t have a doubt.
I hope many people offer words of consolation to my poor acquaintance and to that poor naive girl who is going to his medium to go to other countries.

And I need you who have some fantasy about Tibetan to think about the Tibetan refuge guys living in Mcleod ganj once more.

I hope there would be no naive victims.
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As long as there are naive people there will be naive victims. There is a French saying..
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I wonder why you write this long story and mention the name of particular community?
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A guy conned a girl into believing he was in love with her. After he understood she would not serve his purpose very well he dumped her and took up with someone else.

Happens everywhere in the world, among all communities.

Whats being Tibetan from mcloedgang got to do with that? If this was a story between two people in USA would you be mentioning community names and city names and asking for our opinion?

Hopefully, the guy will waste all his life running after prospects and the girl will learn a lesson from this episode and be less starry-eyed in future.
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Originally Posted by ooskob View Post What do you think about Tibetan refugees living in Mcleod Ganj?
They are nice people, living in home away from home.
Are not Trouble makers.
Many Famlies work hard tirelessly to make both ends meet.
Many people are spirtually inclined and busy in enhancing their Karmic bank balance.
You can enjoy good tibetian and chinese food in their kitchens and resturant (at resonable price.)
Would like to return to Tibet at given first oppurtunity.
There are few exceptions in all communities.
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You can regularly read in the newspapers about NRI guys who arrange marriages in India and then go off with the dowry but not the wife. One man was actually caught and prosecuted for doing it a considerable number of times. There are other stories about guys who take a relatinship far enough to ask for a substantial sum of money and are never seen again after receiving it. No doubt there are women in similar games. These are scams; in fact they are criminal.

In relationships, people want all sorts of different things. Maybe if someone wants to live in America, they will only form relationships with Americans. If somebody wanted to live in India, they could seek relationships with Indians. There's a story of of a girl who said she would marry a millionaire. When asked how that would happen, she said she would only mix with millionaires.

It's still a sad story, but hey, it only cost her pride and emotion, not hard cash, and people make mistakes about each other every day. Just another mistake.
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Originally Posted by cityMONK View Post They are nice people, living in home away from home.
Are not Trouble makers.
Many Famlies work hard tirelessly to make both ends meet.
Many people are spirtually inclined and busy in enhancing their Karmic bank balance.
You can enjoy good tibetian and chinese food in their kitchens and resturant (at resonable price.)
Would like to return to Tibet at given first oppurtunity.
There are few exceptions in all communities.
Well said City Monk!
There is no sense to this thread at all other than OP has a bone to pick with Tibetans in India. Could he / she be a chinese person?

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I'm very suspicious about this one too. Why join a travel forum just to post this story? Why start of with a "WARNING about some cunning refugees living in McLeod Ganj" when the op is only telling the story of one, and then end by saying "And I need you who have some fantasy about Tibet to think about the Tibetan refuge guys living in Mcleod ganj."? What does Tibet have to do with some failed relationship?
Suspicious...
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What do you think about Tibetan refugees living in Mcleod Ganj?
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The reason why I write down this story is the “WARNING” about some cunning Tibetan refugees living Mcleod Ganj.
Damn, I could crash the world wide web by hiring a continent of monkeys to churn out posts about some cunning people everywhere on earth.
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"Ghalib, Aur bhi Gam hain Zamane main."
Ghalib says there are other pains to bother about, in our world.
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I always thought that was Faiz, as in...

aur bhi gham hain zamaane mein mohabbat ke siva
raahaten aur bhi hain vasl ki raahat ke siva
Mujhse pehli si mohabbat mere mehboob naa maang

-- poor translation from the Urdu
for there are other sorrows in this world besides heartache,
joys other than the rapture of love
so don't ask me not for that old passion, beloved.
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It's fictional, but a scientist, when asked about some ecological risk, replies, "More die of heartbreak," thus presenting the author with his title!

I don't argue that it is a bit of a tedious book, but it is a wonderful title
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Mujhse pehli si mohabbat mere mehboob naa maang
trivia about faiz saheb and why he wrote what he did...

1967 - six-day war: yasir arafat invited Faiz Ahmed Faiz to visit the injured and the victims.
the poet did.
upon his return to pakistan - mujhse pehli si mohabbat mere mehboob naa maang... so don't ask me not for that old passion, beloved.


and more appropriate to this thread - he did also write...
dil na umeed to nahin nakaam hi to hai
lambi hai gham ki sham magar sham hi to hai

the heart is not hopeless, it has just lost this fight
and though the night is long it is but a night




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Maybe 'Sahir' but poet had already given solace to such hearts.

'Chalo Ek Baar Phir se Ajnabi Ban Jaye Hum Dou nou.'

Let Both of us be strangers, once again.

And tibetian guy was just asking for this thing as forgetting each other is best for both.
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