The Dalai Lama spoke Sunday at the U.S. Gathering of Mayors 84th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis. Taking after his location, Lady Gaga went along with him for an inquiry and-answer session directed by columnist Ann Curry.
The Dalai Lama conveyed keynote comments concentrating on the worldwide importance of building sympathetic urban communities.
He said freedom, opportunity and vote based system are America's best standards.
The greater part of the world's issues are self-made, he said. He gave case of an unnatural weather change, populace increment and constrained assets. He likewise said people give careful consideration to materialistic things.
He talked about the significance of inward magnificence and being empathetic. Keeping a quiet personality notwithstanding trouble, he said, is essential.
Amid the inquiry and-answer session, Lady Gaga said people must cooperate notwithstanding insidious.
"As we're caught up with attempting to make sense of which gathering is bringing about the issue, malice is winning… we need to change the viewpoint," she said.
She said chairmen ought to work with the youngsters in their urban communities to create benevolence and sympathy. She said youngsters are mistaken for all the apprehension on the planet now.
"We have to instruct them. You have the ability to be thoughtful to them," she said.
The occasion wasn't interested in the overall population—and the Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga aren't the main remarkable visitors set to show up at the occasion. Possible Democratic presidential chosen one Hillary Clinton will address the gathering Sunday too.